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The hexagonal Rokkaku Kite was originally developed for traditional kite fighting in Japan. Large paper and bamboo kites flown by teams would tangle, tip, or crash together and the last kite in the sky was the winner.
The Gomberg Kabuki Rokkakus are based on a series of traditional kite images from Japanese history, literature, and folklore. These are illustrations typically used on traditional rokkakus. Tuki means "push" and nami means "wave". This popular illustration shows the water splashing before the sun. The stability and convenience of this modern Rokkaku make it great for fun flying, lifting, or fighting. Adjustable bow lines allow tuning for different winds.
Size: 48in. x 36in.Wind Range: 4 - 20 mphSail: Ripstop NylonFrame: FiberglassRecommended Line: 50-100lb kite line (LINE NOT SOLD WITH KITE)
The Gomberg Kabuki Rokkakus are based on a series of traditional kite images from Japanese history, literature, and folklore.
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