The Mastery of Illusion: Japanese Duo Set to Captivate Vietnam

The renowned Japanese illusionists, Ai and Yuki, are set to captivate audiences once more in Vietnam with their upcoming magic show, "Ninja Magic Show." From May 18 to 26, the dynamic duo will bring their unique brand of illusion and entertainment to the stage at Hanoi's Central Circus, promising a thrilling and unforgettable experience. With their exceptional talent and captivating presence, Ai and Yuki are sure to leave audiences spellbound and amazed. Don't miss this chance to witness the magic and illusion of these masterful performers!

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“The Ninja Magic Show” is an enchanting recreation of a Japanese folktale about a brother and sister’s courageous stand against a power-hungry king. With their wit and perseverance, the siblings ultimately teach the king an invaluable lesson: that true power lies not in dominance, but in the prosperity and happiness of his people.



Japanese and Vietnamese circus artists unite to bring joy to Vietnamese children through their captivating performances.

Accompanying the dynamic duo are renowned Japanese actor Hideomi Saiba and musicians Notsu Hisannobu, Hidaka Hayato, and Kagaya Ryotaro, whose melodies bring the show to life. The performance showcases the duo as ninja warriors, complemented by the live music of the Japanese musicians, infusing the show with the spirit of samurai martial artists.

The showstopper? Breathtaking leaps by the Japanese ninja characters, giving the illusion of flight. But that’s not all—the performers also engage directly with the young audience, creating an interactive and memorable experience.

Vietnamese artists further enhance the excitement with a range of circus acts, including ‘Umbrella Riding’, ‘Ninja Jumping’, ‘The Adventure Carousel’, ‘Double Leather Strap’, and the ever-popular ‘Monkey Circus’.

According to Tong Toan Thang, General Director of the Vietnam Circus Federation, the collaboration between Vietnamese and Japanese artists is a special treat for young Vietnamese audiences, especially on International Children’s Day.



Illusionists Ai and Yuki captivate audiences with their Zen Magic show in Las Vegas, presenting a unique blend of acrobatics and magic.

“We’re thrilled to offer a free performance specifically for children with disabilities and those from disadvantaged backgrounds in Hanoi’s social protection centers,” said Tong Toan Thang. “Through this show, they’ll be immersed in Japanese music, art, and culture, experiencing the beauty of our neighboring country.”

Ai and Yuki, pioneers in their field, were the first Japanese artists to grace the stage of the renowned Zen Magic show in Las Vegas back in 2010. Their act, a mesmerizing fusion of aerial acrobatics and magic, earned them invitations to perform at the legendary Magic Castle and a nomination in the Stage Magic category at the 2008 Magic Castle Awards. Their American debut at the San Gabriel Theatre in Los Angeles and their feature on the FOX television show “Masters of Illusions” further solidified their success.

Get ready for an unforgettable journey into the world of ninja magic!