Ben-San's Bowl by Steve Marshall and Alan Wong - Trick

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An oriental variation of the Benson Bowl routine done with a Japanese rice bowl, a pair of chopsticks and three pieces of sponge sushi looking good enough to eat!

Featuring Alan's handmade sponge sushi and full original funny routine by Steve Marshall, even includes a lesson on how to use chopsticks! Using the chopsticks as your magic wand, sushi keeps disappearing and reappearing under the bowl and finally turn into a real burger (supply your own burger!)

Comes complete with (except the burger) a Japanese lunch box cloth wrapper, a Japanese rice bowl, a pair of chopsticks, a set of sponge sushi (comes either in salmon, tuna or prawns) and full instructional DVD.

Perfect for close-up, parlor, table hopping and restaurant work. Cloth wraps everything up according to Japanese tradition and opens up as performing surface. Starts and ends clean.


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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 06 December, 2012.

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