From top to bottom you will find a modified honeybee shaped heragata, a teishin/enshin, and a fish shaped yoneyama. Shaun has a 7 month old daughter so she is one lucky girl! Heragatas are generally flat but this one was made cylindrical so that there are no sharp edges. The blunt end glides smoothly over the skin and has a wonderful warming effect, while the "stinger" may be used to stimulate specific points. The teishin/ Enshin is finer than most enshins with a 9 mm ball. I feel this size is much nicer for general treatment and has a very nice balanced feel. The "fisheyama" has a normal yoneyama tail while the dorsal fin is also sharpened for a larger yoneyama blade surface while the belly is more gentle and round for techniques such as guasha. The nose is good for stimulation of individual points and "fish kisses." I love setting stones in my yoneyamas so this one received a blue topaz.