Teku, an English juggler now living in Tokyo, put together this great video of the World Juggling Day event he attended in Osaka. There’s some absolutely amazing juggling happening here, way too many great tricks to list. It’s a solid 20 minutes of juggling but it’s totally worth it, I swear. Make yourself a sandwich and settle in!
My first trip to WJD Osaka. It was held over 2 days and had an attendance of over 700 people in total. Some truly amazing things went down, hopefully this will give you an idea of what it was like. You may have noticed Nick Laffey in there as well, he happened to be in Japan this week so it was perfect timing. Anyone coming to Japan give me a shout and I’ll help you out with interpreting or getting you around to the various juggling clubs in Tokyo/Yokohama. Honestly even if you don’t know Japanese it’s no problem, juggling is the best communication.