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Beside Tenyo's products. which is the best tricks ? any review ? Thanks
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Do not own it but zeneth's impossible twist looks good.
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NO! Zeneth's impossible twist is not from Japan. It's from Hong Kong. I rare buy card tricks but this certainly the worst card trick I've bought last year ! Un-natural handling !!
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Hi coinguy,
I agree with you ,after I 've viewed the Zeneth's impossible twist teaching video I immediately put the video and the gaffs inside my drawer .And my $25.00 have gone. I think if I really like twist effect there are so many others. Why I need to spend my time on to practice this unnatural movement !

OK. back to topic . There is another company call Trick.Co in Japan .Their Rainbow Ropes effect are awesome!
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I've been in Japan for about 6 months, and I go to Ton Onosaka's Magic Land and various magic club meetings. I've seen some pretty cool routines, but they're more sleight-of-hand than gimmick/gaff/store-bought-trick. Probably because when a trick screams, "Magic Prop" or "Magic Gimmick", it takes the magic away from it.

I saw Tomohiro Maeda do a nice Card to Box routine with a kicker. 3 cards selected and they end up in the box which is lying on the table.

One of my friends does a really nice 3 coin (Copper/Silver/Chinese) purse routine. When I first saw him do it, I could've sworn that he was using majorly gaffed coins. I still don't know all the workings of it, but it is really killer and fun to watch.

I also had the chance to see Shigeo Futagawa perform. He did some really great routines. He may've used gimmicks/gaffs, but he was pretty subtle about it.

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I really like Ton Onsakas Lucky lady. Marvelous prop. The effect can be seen on Michael Close video vol.4
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I found the Mikame Flag production from Japan is very good item for final production.
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Mikame is famous for handmade props. I like them very much.
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two words
SHOOT OGWAWA, Up and comming star in the magic community.
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Frozen in Time is okay, all depends on the presentation! I believe it is made in Japan.
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Any famous coins routine from Japan? Thanks
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What about the "Linking Rings",
Richard Ross made a masterpiece of it...
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Is it possible to post some website of Japan's Magic Shop ?
What We See Is Mainly Depend On What We Look For.
Only Those Who Can See The Invisible Can Do The Impossible.

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KC
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Ton Onosaka's Magic Land's web address is: http://www.magicland-jp.com/index.html
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Any Japanese coins videos ? Thanks
Koji Takada
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In Japan, we have coin magic video by Mr. Shigeo Futagawa.

Shigeo Futagawa's COIN MAGIC 1 and
Shigeo Futagawa's COIN BOX

You could check it from his website.

http://homepage1.nifty.com/magichouse/top/top.htm

Koji
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