Contact Juggling Awesomeness

An amazing contact juggling routine by Japanese juggler Masaki Hirano. Enjoy!

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8 Responses to Contact Juggling Awesomeness

  1. Interesting, but in my opinion any such performance call for at least a mention of the master, Michael Moschen.

    for example:

    I believe he actually created the entire category of "contact juggling". Here's another, starting with four in each hand

  2. Oh is that what that is called?
    When I saw contact juggling I was hoping for guys tackling each other while juggling. This was a bit of a let down from that, but still very cool ;)

  3. Oh is that what that is called?

    When I saw contact juggling I was hoping for guys tackling each other while juggling. This was a bit of a let down from that, but still very cool ;)

  4. Interesting, but in my opinion any such performance call for at least a mention of the master, Michael Moschen.

    for example:

    I believe he actually created the entire category of "contact juggling". Here's another, starting with four in each hand

  5. He is very good. Most of the time it is easy to see how a well practiced person can perform his moves. There are several times in there where it appears the only contact to the sphere is from the top and the sphere should fall to the floor. Nice!

  6. He is very good. Most of the time it is easy to see how a well practiced person can perform his moves. There are several times in there where it appears the only contact to the sphere is from the top and the sphere should fall to the floor. Nice!

  7. LOL – this being “Geeks are Sexy”, when I saw the subject heading of “contact juggling” I thought this was going to be something about how MS Outlook manages all your business and personal contacts, etc. What is almost as amazingly cool as this guy’s talented fingers is the way the audience is reacting. Gotta love Japanese television!

  8. LOL – this being "Geeks are Sexy", when I saw the subject heading of "contact juggling" I thought this was going to be something about how MS Outlook manages all your business and personal contacts, etc. What is almost as amazingly cool as this guy's talented fingers is the way the audience is reacting. Gotta love Japanese television!