Kiko+ Mame Ohagki - the bean collection wooden beads
Mame Ohagki means "bean" in Japanese. This is a set of wooden beans with a small bowl and chop sticks. They can be used like building blocks by piling them up, lining them up (side by side), or arranging them by color. A good way to practice using chop sticks and great for dexterity and finger training to help children build up the muscles they need for writing. The beans can be used to teach children how to count, simple addition, subtraction and division.
Excellent to develop the fine motor skills of your little one.
100 mame ohagki (beans)
A set of wooden chopsticks
A denim pouch
A cotton bag
Material: Beechwood, cotton
Size: 230x70x200 mm
Additional information for wholesalers:
Product per carton: 24
Carton Size: 49x45x45 cm
Carton Weight: 9.5 kg
Kiko+ excels in producing high-quality wooden ecological and custom branded, Japanese designed toys.
Japanese brand Kiko+ or also known as Kukkia creates wonderful high quality and design wooden toys. Toys that stimulate children's imagination and enjoy every moment of play. Like the spark in a kid’s eye when they show their family the toys they are playing with. The look of happiness on everyone’s faces when sharing in this moment of joy, is what they want to cherish.
Exactly those values are coming back in the name Kiko+: which name is a combination of Ki (wood) and Ko (child). The + stands for the desire that many generations of children will play with these unique wooden toys for children.