The Vietnam Cultural Fund (VCF) and Zenpro Corporated Inc. from Japan are joining hands to organize a captivating event, as shared by VCF’s Director, Tong Toan Thang.

Get ready for an enchanting evening as the Ninja Magic Show features two renowned Japanese female magicians who have mesmerized audiences in Las Vegas, along with two actresses and three musicians from the Land of the Rising Sun.

Thang excitedly reveals that the musicians will not only treat audiences to live performances but also showcase the captivating movements of Japanese martial artists, the Samurai. The Japanese magicians, embodying legendary Ninja warriors, will collaborate with Vietnamese artists presenting unique acts, such as the monkey and horse circus. This cultural fusion promises to offer a novel and captivating experience for all attendees.

Moreover, young audience members are in for a treat as they will get to immerse themselves in Japanese culture, music, art, and style, with a focus on the small details, all presented by the talented Japanese artists during the program.

Mark your calendars for an enchanting cultural journey with eight performances in Vietnam on May 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, and 26. Notably, the show on May 24 will be a special treat for children with disabilities, who will be welcomed free of charge.

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