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Japanese Juggling Festival 2012: Yanazo’s winning performance

The 2012 Japanese Juggling Festival was held in Tokyo in early October, where contact juggler Yanazo wowed the audience with his incredible balance and speed control of just one ball for half the performance.

And then he juggles with two balls… then three. And then he won first prize. 

Interested in trying out a few contact juggling tricks? Check out Yanazo’s well-practiced skills more closely:

Thanks, @farleykj and @laniharmon.

Updated for video link.

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