Check out the latest from Ryosuke Kawamura, Yoshinori Kawamura, Fumiaki Mori, and Sou Nakano as they hang out and drop tricks at clothing store CHUMS.
One Drop yoyo player Tsukasa Takatsu dropped a couple of great front-style tricks in a new video today. Front style play doesn’t get nearly enough love!
Yoyo used is the One Drop Cascade.
Shinnosuke Ishizuka lays out a new video with some great original tricks. Check out the string rejection at 0:50…so good!
Yoyo used is the Nickel Cascade by One Drop.
Tsukasa Takatsu is a fantastic yoyo player, so when he decides to drop a video focusing someone else, he has our attention.
“Scenes From Olympic Park” features Hikaru Oba, and he’s well worth your time. Hikaru-san has the really clean, tight play that you expect from Japanese players with some truly lovely trick construction. The video is shot well with great choices of scenery and backgrounds, and there are a few shots that are straight out of the Wes Anderson playbook, giving this a nice feel. Great work from both players!
Yoyo used is the Cascade by OneDrop.
CLYW and One Drop have announced their second collaboration yoyo (the first being the hilariously named and supremely awesome Wooly MarkMont). No details yet, but since Side Effects are pretty much “the” recognizable feature of One Drop yoyos, we’re pretty sure it’s going to have those. Plus the picture above bears that out. Looks like an Avalanche body? I dropped Chris Mikulin a line to see if I could get any more details, and he had this to say:
Probably because he’s on the West Coast right now and I texted him when it was about 5:30 AM, local time. Maybe when he wakes up we’ll get some more news, but in the meantime just take a look at that picture and then head over to the YoYoExpert forum to join the speculation festival.
Weight: 66.75g (with Ultralight Side Effects)
Response: Snow Tires
Bearing: 10 Ball
Artwork by: Jason Week (coming soon …)
**UPDATE 2: PICS***