Japanese player Ryosuke Kawaura gives us a grounds-eye view of the 2015 World YoYo Contest, with a look a the little details we all love about yoyo contests…the t-shirts, the vending booths, and the candid shots of players hanging out. All good!
Ryosuke Kawamura just totally made my week!
Shingo Terada remains one of my favorite 5A players of all time, and he was a HUGE early influence on the entire style of play. His 5A repeaters remain some of the hardest to pull of smoothly, as he reminded me last time I was in Japan when after an hour of struggling neither Petr Kavka nor I could do any of them.
Shingo Terada is still my go-to player when people ask me how to smooth out their yoyo play, and it’s exciting that he’s not only still competing (and doing well), but that he’s been practicing for 2015 Worlds!
Return top used is the CLYW Wooly Marmot 2.
Ryosuke Kawamura brings us an early look at the 2018 World YoYo Champion, Sota Aoyagi! 😉
Yoyo used is the Butcher by Rebellion.
Kaito Tanaka rips through some quality 1A play in this new video, brought to us by Ryosuke Kawamura.
And let’s just take a moment to high-five Ryosuke for putting in so much work to bring us video of up-and-coming players from Japan…thank you!
Yoyo used is the YoYoFactory Shutter.
All the way from Japan, here’s a pile of all killer no filler from Ryosuke Kawamura and Daigo Komiya!
Yoyo used is the Downbeat by One Drop.
Ryosuke Kawamura brings us some more talent from Japan, with this sweet video featuring Kazuma Miyakawa!
Yoyo used is the Fruiture by Werrd.
Ryosuke Kawamura makes his way through the entire One Drop Benchmark 2014 lineup in this new video, chock full of really solid technical 1A tricks. Great job!
Yoyos used are the One Drop 2014 Benchmark Series.
It’s hard to believe they got this much goodness into just two and a half minutes of video. More incredible yoyo play from Ryosuke Kawamura (One Drop), Chris Makita (Duncan), Daigo Komiya (Werrd), and Kazuma Miyakawa.
Japanese player Ryosuke Kawamura goes for some late-night action with the new Markmont Classic in this new video. Great tricks as always from Ryosuke-san!
Yoyo used is the Markmont Classic by One Drop.
This video isn’t nearly long enough!
Ryosuke Kawamura gives us the goods with the new signature yoyo for Graeme Stellar, the One Drop Gradient.