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gitty
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I just saw pictures of the six new Tenyo magic tricks for 2007!

There are three new tricks:
http://blog34.fc2.com/j/jpmagic/file/tenyo2007-1.jpg

And three classic tricks:
http://blog34.fc2.com/j/jpmagic/file/Tenyo2007-2.jpg

I think they will be released before Christmas.
Does anybody knows more?
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Cant view em what are the 3 new tricks and 3 classic ones?
GeorgeG
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You need to copy and paste the link to your browser to see the images, otherwise just clicking on the link sends you elsewhere.
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Wow! Looks like a Tenyo version of a mini Koorwinder Kar. Also, a Mike Powers item!! When I was at Tokyo Disneyland over the summer I saw this new line of Tenyo products based on classic works of international (but mostly American) material. The items I was able to examine were better quality than one might expect from Tenyo (at least the Tento I knew as a kid) and the material was really impressive. I've always had a fondness for Tenyo and this new line piqued my interest once again. Richard Kaufman usually reviews the new Tenyo line each year in Genii (perhaps the November issue?) and there is usually an additional item or two that is only available in Japan. Last year's Japanese exclusive was a Harry Potter-esque version of Ben Harris' Cosmosis, which included a miniature broom in place of the matchstick.
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Hope the new items are as good as most of the previous ones.. Smile ..
"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler." (Einstein)...
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I was lucky enough to attend the Tenyo Magic Festival, in Tokyo, this year where they debut all the new products. All of the new Tenyo items are really cool and inovative as only Tenyo effects can be. The "New Kornwinder Kar" has a great Tenyo inovation that allows the car to be examined and rolled back and forth to the spectators content.
Mike Powers "Diminishing Returns" effect is the one effect that will not be sold in the USA.
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Shame, Diminishing returns is fantastic!
I want one of those little cases for the golf ball!!
Bring on December!
Hard to figure out the other 3 effects, but the chalk board and spoon looks like it could be fun!
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Description of some of the effects are on Hank Lee's already, looks cool.
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Ted, can you tell me what are the basic dimensions of the chalkboard?
I hope it is usable from stage? Being Tenyo though, it is probably not.
Thanks, aaron
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I was in Tokyo about 2 weeks ago, and the person at the magic booth in a department store demo'ed President's Cabinet and Credit Surprise for me. I really liked Credit Surprise as it looked very real, works with a borrowed credit card, and I end up buying it with Japanese instructions and all Smile. President's Cabinet had a cool effect, but it only worked with a 1000 Japanses Yen, so I didn't buy it. I didn't see the other 2007 Tenyo stuff at the magic booth. The cool thing about Tenyo tricks in Japan is that you can buy them in any department store, and they cost about 50% less than North American prices. The only drawback is most of the tricks only have Japanese instructions, but you can pretty much figure them out by looking at the illustrations.
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I'm also interested in the chalkboard. Stage size or close-up?
Smoke & Mirrors
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Hey, Ted sent me this information on the chalkboard:
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It's just a bit larger than a poker size card.
So as with most of thier stuff, I would consider it for close-up. Still a very clever effect.
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Sooner or later Tenyo will put up video demo's as they do every year...and I'm looking forward to it!
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Cameron Francis
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The credit card thing looks very cool.
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Quote:
On 2006-11-11 09:35, Cameron Francis wrote:
The credit card thing looks very cool.

Based on what I've been spending these day it looks a little too frighteningly real. Smile
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Where can one purchase Tenyo products in the U.S.?
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Never mind. I see Hank Lee carries them.
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On 2006-11-11 13:57, Cameron Francis wrote:
Where can one purchase Tenyo products in the U.S.?


I have bought two Tenyo tricks here and they have great prices and speedy shipping to europe: http://themagicwarehouse.com/
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