This collection of toys is one of the Miss Kyoto doll accessories. The set includes a hagoita (battledore) and two shuttlecocks for use in the New Year's game hanetsuki, as well as two otedama bean bags. The hagoita (AB 782 u.1) has a black handle and features a three-dimensional silk flower design on the front; the back is painted with green bamboo plants. The silk of the hagoita is slightly faded with time. The two shuttlecocks (AB 782 u.2-3) have green feathers and black beads. The otedama (AB 782 u.4-5) have alternating panels of red and white silk.
Hagoita are wooden paddles, originating in Japan and used to play hanetsuki, though often serving a more ornamental purpose. They are usually painted, sometimes with lacquer, and feature auspicious symbols or complex, three-dimensional collages with silk, washi paper, or other cloth. Traditional hagoita commonly feature portraits of famous kabuki actors or characters. This tradition dates to the 17th century; decorative hagoita are still produced today. A shuttlecock (also called a bird or birdie) is a projectile used in hanetsuki (and in badminton). It has a conical shape made from feathers attached to a spherical base. The conical shape makes the shuttlecock aerodynamically suited to these types of games. Hanetsuki is a traditional Japanese game played in a similar manner to badminton, but without the use of a net. Hanetsuki is popular during the New Year, and there are two variations: one in which a single person attempts to keep the shuttlecock in the air for as long as possible, and another in which two people hit the shuttlecock back and forth.
Otedama is a bean bag toss game played in a manner similar to jacks.