Rokkaku kites, named for the Japanese term for "six sides," are popular with those who want something a little different from the diamond or delta kite. They require a little more skill in assembly and flying, but can be very rewarding. They are sometimes used for KAP, or Kite Aerial Photography, which involves lifting a camera under a kite to gain an unusual perspective on the world.
These kites are a good platform for unusual designs, of which we have a good selection. Sizes vary from about 4ft to 7ft, with the larger ones having quite a lot of pull. Rokkaku are not usually flown with tails, but they are good at lifting "line laundry" - items flown from the line of a kite, such as animal figures and spinners of various kinds, to enhance the flying display.