It hasn't become a Paralympic competition yet but kendama, the "sword-and-ball" toy that was brought to Japan from Europe about 300 years ago, is certainly popular enough for the Japanese Paralympic Committee to consider it at some point. Get prepared for that time by practicing on your very own Tokyo 2020 Paralympics Someity Kendama, a version of the game featuring the cherry-blossom pink and white mascot of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, Someity, on the center of its ball!
The Tokyo 2020 Paralympics Someity Kendama is the standard 18 x 8 cm (7 x 3.1") size but it's made from light ABS and has big cups, so even beginners will find it easy to play. And by prominently featuring Someity (both her face and her colors on its body), the Tokyo 2020 insignia, and Paralympics logo, it is also a reminder of the important Paralympic message of inclusion.
The Tokyo 2020 Paralympics Someity Kendama features: