Amazon Japans lowest-rated magic props put on magic show

At least theyll make your money disappear

At least theyll make your money displaced.

Our end of year is on the scene, and for some it comes to a fun, annual party with friends, family or colleagues. Our Japanese-language reporter Masanuki Sunakoma decided to learn some magic tricks to delight everyone with his feats of prestidigitation this year. And as for most of his purchases this year, he decided to choose his magic tricks from the least rated Amazon Japan.

He bought three total items, showcasing being great for all year-end parties, weddings, formal parties. A single hastily-taped bubble wrap package, of two of his first two tricks landed.

They were the Scarves that turn into an Umbrellaand the Surprise Magic that Makes Your Neck Fall Down To Your Chest.

Masanuki noticed immediately a problem in the way no instructions were available. He was just doing a pile of props but without guidance or experience with magic, wasnt sure where to start.

Amazon page’s explanation said the scarves will magically transform into an umbrella. It didnt really say how that could go down. 1.6 oz rating has been attributed to lack of direction compared to other customer reviews.

Surprise Magic Makes Your Neck Fall Down To Your Chesthad Smoother Received with 2.6 Star Rating. There were also other delays despite fewer rules. However the way around which they were awaiting instructions was easy enough.

Masanuki disagreed on last part considering only three bands and some metal stuffies – but some reviewers also shared some tips on how to use it. The trick is to tie it between your coat and get the audience attention on your hand thats pretending to catch your head while your other hand lifts up the rig from behind.

Finally, there was a French Baguette from the Hand trick. One actually had lots of instructions like this one unlike the other.

But they are just short images that were impossible to make sense of, so this also got a 1.6-star rating.

Masanuki still wants to hit the show by hand. Schließlich, learning magic requires plenty of perseverance. They just needed a little more of it than normal to handle these items. Baguette should be rolled up and palmed in one hand while another pulls out like if from thin air after some trial and error.

Back in the empty lot, he decided to hold dress rehearsal in the empty lot after a few days of practice.

Masanuki: Good night, ladies and gentlemen! And now, the Sighs Trick Umbrella Appearing. As you can see, Im holding many different colored scarves and then, as you can see, that’s quite different

Masanuki: Ta-da!

It looked so good on those scarves that he could turn them into a walker. Realizing he was actually working on something dated to the truth, he decided to compensate with the dramatic gestures that the illusionist typically had.

Masanuki: And next: Boy, I am certain I am hungry. I could really go for aFrench baguette!!

Masanukis’ view apparently said it seemed flat but he learned to perform the magic. Through the power of the game, with the right poses, his solution could make the imaginary audience of this empty lot think it was coming out of thin air.

Thankfully this last trick would require all of his knowledge of he’s acquired so far

Masanuki: I said ya, folks, wouldnt forget my head if it wasnt

Masanuki: Hey now!

Vote effort but looked like Masanukis vest wasnt quite rigged up right. It seemed more so than if his shoulders suddenly jumped up; his head suddenly slid down. Still, he gets full marks for admirably covering up with plenty of pizzazz.

We recommend either the umbrella or baguette tricks if anyone else will want to make a difference at their next party. Le chute head one a little more advanced. You could also get more rated magic kit but where is the fun in that?

Funnily, these low-rated Magic items certainly definitely have their shortcomings but they will always be useful because, as Masanuki told, the true magic lies in the magic ability to make us all believe in a fantasy world where our dreams of baguettes and umbrellas will come true.

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