A new water yo-yo transformed into a ‘cute Reiwa’ version.


Yo-Yo Fu-Sen Glitter Heart Pink Assortment, a transparent water yo-yo with heart-shaped confetti, was launched on 21 June 2024 (Friday) by long-established toy wholesaler Kissies Ltd.

Water yo-yos evolved from standard products.

Water yo-yo, a staple of fairgrounds
Stick balloons with confetti

The water yo-yo has become an icon of festivals with its appearance and traditional patterns, loved by many not only for its own sake but also as a motif. Combined with the recent retro boom, the ’emo’ aspect of festivals is attracting renewed attention.

In this context, the water yo-yo, which combines a stick balloon with confetti, has emerged and is causing a boom at summer festivals in 2025.

Yo-yo Fuusen, glitter heart pink assortment.

The Fu-Sen Glitter Heart Pink Yo-Yo range has been created by carefully selecting high quality materials and colour combinations. This water yo-yo has a beautiful appearance when inflated.

Price: 1,100 yen (incl.tax)
Contents: 10 yo-yo balloons with confetti, 10 pink thread elastic, 10 patch clips, 1 patch stand, 1 special pump.

>Click here to buy.



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