Ayatori

‘Ayatori’,has been traditionally regarded as a pastime for girls, but lately it has permeated audiences of all ages and genders.
In Japan Ayatori is played by one or two players, but around the world there are many variations where the game is played by multiple players, the string is manipulated using the wrist, feet, or mouth. In some places, fortune tellers use a form of ayatori to tell fortunes.
The history of Ayatori is unclear. It is commonly accepted that the game emerged naturally in many regions, rather than a single origin.
Before the birth of characters, some cultures used the art form to communicate and record history.
https://japanese-tradition.com/en/%E3%81%B2%E3%82%82%E4%B8%80%E6%9C%AC%E3%81%82%E3%82%8C%E3%81%B0%E7%B0%A1%E5%8D%98%E3%81%AB%E9%81%8A%E3%81%B9%E3%82%8B%EF%BC%81%E3%81%82%E3%82%84%E3%81%A8%E3%82%8A%EF%BC%81/
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