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This guy was hanging out in Yoyogi park in Harajuku, Tokyo, on a Sunday afternoon. He has clearly practiced a lot! I loved the music he played during his performance. My friends and I were completely mesmerized. He has a very expressive face too, with a charming smile… it really sells the show in the end. Made me feel like a little kid. UPDATE: This video has been up for nearly a year now and I have some information that some of my viewers will appreciate. First, the juggler’s name is Okotanpe – and yes he’s amazing – one of my favorite memories of Japan! Second, the song that he uses in his final act is called ã‚½ãƒ¬ã‚¤ãƒ¦ (soreiyu, spelled using katakana, meaning sun, is the Japanese pronunciation of the French word “soleil”, also meaning sun). It is sung by Yoshie Nakano ä¸ç´è‰¯æµ. Here’s a link to the video: www.youtube.com The beginning of the song is by UA (ã†ã†ã‚) and it comes from an old Japanese folk song: www.youtube.com Here are the traditional lyrics: www.cameraslens.com I don’t know exactly what size ball Okotanpe uses in this video (other users have suggested that it is 95mm – 100mm), but you’re welcome to ask him. Here’s his youtube page: www.youtube.com Also, here’s his official webpage: okotanpe.com Here’s where you can buy a crystal ball pouch like Pakkun welovegreen.ocnk.net If you’re interested in contact juggling, check out this online community: www.contactjuggling.org Hope this info helps! Keep asking if you’re confused about anything! A special thank …
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