Youtube Link Yuta & Okotanpe performing a cute iso-stick routine at Heso Revolution 2012. Win. Also I like the music.
Okotanpe, who’s video JCJC went viral 2 years ago, recently featured presenting Contact Juggling on National Geographic. Excellent. Much better TV than that rather annoying Fushigi brand ball advert.
When you are on Youtube late at night and you are searching through the latest contact juggling uploads (searching for unknown gold), there is nothing more exciting than stumbling onto a bootleg clip of Okotanpe. Shot by some random guy visiting Japan, he thought this ‘crystal ball thing’ was pretty rad and so he filmed … Continue reading Okotanpe – another busking bootleg (you haven’t seen yet)
Bootiful video by Yuta and Okotanpe. Youtube Link From Youtube: Camera Canon EOS Kiss X3, Kit Lenses + EF50mm F1.8II Directed by Yuta Music : Satoko Nakamura Performer : Okotanpe GIANT AMOUNT OF EXCELLENTLY FILMED WIN. [This is not a smoking advert. Please do not start smoking. Smoking will not make you a better contact … Continue reading Tokyo Juggling Night with Okotanpe.
New video from Japanese contact master Okotanpe (Mr Fuse). Makes it feel like summer already 🙂 Great style, great isolations, great variations! Previously: Interview with Okotanpe
A very well edited clip of Okotanpe, whose performance at the Japanese CJ Convention became the most viewed Contact video on the internet. Thanks to Jesse for posting it on .org, there’s a translation into English on that post. Related: MoM interview with Okotanpe This dude was a EJC this year, met him, but stupidly, … Continue reading Tokyo Portraits – Okotanpe
When it comes to smooth, polished technical contact juggling, few people stand out as much as Okotanpe (Mr. Fuse). His JCJC clip has racked up millions of views on youtube (and every other video sharing site) making him one of the Internet’s most popular contact jugglers. Ministry: Where do you live? Fuse: I live in … Continue reading Interview & Video – Okotanpe / Mr Fuse
Zach Muller is going viral with this wonderfully geeky card manipulation. Wow. There’s a loopback to Contact Juggling here, Zach credits his inspiration for ‘Magnetic Cards’ concept as’Magnetic Batons’ and links to Yuta & Okotanpe performing at Heso Revolutiion 2012. On his website Okotanpe gives credit to the pioneer of magnetic baton, the wonderful French … Continue reading Pastel Paper Cardistry | Zach Mueller