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Crazy Video Friday: Japanese man can make water dance


In the Chinatown area of Kobe, Japan, there exists a magical man. A man who makes tourists gawk. A man who makes Americans take out their cameras and push past onlookers to get a better shot. A man who, using only his magical hands, can rub a metal bowl and make water dance.

This is that man.

I shot this in March during my visit to Japan with The Princess. Watch the Japanese businessman in the beginning of the video rub the bowl to try (unsuccessfully) to make the water shake; then watch how easily the magical man does it.
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