|Suruga kites like steady light winds and an experienced flier|
||Edos are the ultimate in Japanese show-off kites. Covers only, you must be able to bridle them yourself...
Other sizes available
|Rokkakkus are the most popular Japanese kites in the West. See this page for more details...|
|Sodé kites need steady winds, they are spectacular fliers, but not for beginners.|
Japanese style, in a tailed kite.
|Tsugaru. Shaped like an Edo, with much simpler bridles and a looped tail. Easy to fly.|
|Yakko ("Footman") kite.||1.25m||from £45-00|