Win 1 of 3 MOKURU Fidget Toys

Don’t these new MOKURU fidget toys look cool? They are the latest craze from Japan.

This handheld wooden toy was originally designed to test an individual’s balance and focus – now this simple design is testing the dexterity of fast fingered flippers everywhere.

Mokuru Fidget Toys from Japan

Crafted out of beech wood into an eye-catching cool design, players can flip tip and spin one MOKURU or more.
Small enough to fit in a pocket or a purse, MOKURU is the go anywhere toy for all ages, a new game for kids to play in the playground, and for big kids to play in the bar, at a desk, or to be played against others in competition. Players can refine their techniques until they become a MOKURU master.

Fidget spinners are so over. MOKURU is the new black or, as the Japanese say, Genbu.

Also available in green (Matcha), orange, (Kirin) white (Byakko), red (Suzaku), blue (Seiryu) and yellow (Inazuma)!

the different colours of Mokuru

Designer Masakazu Node has worked hard to ‘create the perfect size, shape and materials’ for MOKURU. Now the fast flipping toy will be distributed in the UK and Ireland exclusively by Peterkin.

Already a big hit in many markets around the world, including Japan and Hong Kong, beginners can simply tip over the toy, let it flip and catch it with their fingers or flip it to draw a triangle or square. MOKURU masters can use five MOKURU at once with one hand.

Claimed to help focus and concentration, imagination and alleviate stress, MOKURU fits into your pocket.

Mokuru - the amazing desk toy - the new fidget toy

You can find MOKURU here on Facebook, Instagram  using #Mokuru on Twitter and over at


If you would like to win 1 of 3 MOKURU fidget toys, please fill in the rafflecopter below.

*Colours cannot be specified by the winner, they will be selected at random.



a Rafflecopter giveaway

*Terms and Conditions – There are 3 individual prizes of 1x MOKURU fidget toys to giveaway. The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative will be offered. The winner will be selected at random via from all valid entries and be notified by Twitter. The winner will have 28 days to respond with a valid UK address before a new winner is selected. Open to all UK entrants aged 18 or over only. Facebook and Twitter are in no way associated with this giveaway. The prize will be arranged by the PR. Rachel Bustin cannot be held responsible for lost prizes. The giveaway ends on the 27th August 2017 at midnight.

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106 thoughts on “Win 1 of 3 MOKURU Fidget Toys

  1. I think these are great! Our daughter has Asperger’s, Severe Anxiety Disorder and Depression and she finds things like the Fidget Spinner, Tanglers, Stress Balls etc all very helpful in helping her cope with situations or when she can feel panic and fear coming on. She has seen these online and she would love one.

  2. fidget spinners got banned in my sons school which is a shame as he has adhd and needed it so anything new is a bonus

  3. These look great! My daughter was so into the fidget spinners, but is over that now, I’m sure she would love these as the new craze!

  4. My son struggles with attention. We have had great results with fidget spinners and other concentration toys. I would love to try these

  5. These really calm a friend who suffers with dementia. He often gets frustrated and fidgety, but no more 🙂

  6. Haven’t even tried the normal fidget spinners yet , my daughter Sheriah likes the normal fidget spinners

  7. I love the new fidget toys, we have always had a bowl of those little puzzles, mainly roll the ball bearings into tiny little holes which are infuriating rather than calming, so I’m all for ones that delight.

  8. This is better than the fidget cube my son has, he’s always spinning things even before we knew he had asperger’s. He would use this in his pocket on the train to college when he gets stressed.

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