Jokari, or pelota vasca without fronton, is an open-air game invented in 1938 by Louis Joseph Miremont, which is based on the principle of pelota vasca. It is played using a wooden paddle with which the player hits a small ball connected by a rubber band to a solid wooden base, allowing one or two players to play.
Vilac brings us these two solid beech wood paddles with the ball and the wooden base in a super-practical fabric backpack, ideal for carrying all the equipment.
Vilac has been creating timeless and unique toys that have been making generations dream since 1911. Toys with a very particular aesthetic, which has created trends and is imitated by many other brands. They are known all over the world for the quality of their turned and lacquered wooden toys.
All the materials used in their manufacture comply with all European safety standards and their wood comes from sustainable forests and is CE marked.
In the heart of the Jura, in Moirans-en-Montagne, between mountains, lakes and forests between Champagnole and Saint-Claude, Vilac continues to create wooden toys as it has done for over a hundred years.