We have no record when Kishu Goten Temari originated. However, it is said theTemari was manufactured to entertain a young Princess married to the Kishu Family. Later, it was known as Goten-Temari, and had been loved by the princesses of the noble family from generation to generation. During the Meiji period, rubber balls were introduced and the Temari gradually declined. This elegant ball is still popular today as souvenirs.
Ten Ten Tenmari, Tentemari Oh , I missed it when playing a Temari . It is bounding from place to place. My Temari went over a fence, and over a top of the roof, flying to the street. It flew away and away.