The genius of illusion magic that Aichi is proud to present to the world! We covered the magic show by DAIKI.
Large-scale illusion magic shows that attract a lot of people have almost stopped since last year due to the box office restrictions imposed by COVID-19.
To solve this problem, Mr. Daiki Tanaka of Magic Off Illusion, a.k.a. [DAIKI], developed “Drive-in Illusion Magic” where people can watch the show while riding in their cars.
The studio, built in a converted warehouse, allows guests to watch the show on stage while riding in a car.
This way, you can watch the illusion magic with a lower risk of infection. Of course, you are also free to get out of the car and relax on the couch to watch the show.
On this day, two families with eight guests, including small children, got out of the car and relaxed on the sofa and carpet to watch the show.
The advantage of watching up close is that the guests can participate and experience the card magic.
The children’s eyes were glued to the illusions as they unfolded one after another right in front of them. Not only that, but the children can also participate in the illusions on stage.
When the children of the 3 and 6-year-old guests approached the round table, to their surprise, the table floated in the air. Their eyes lit up as they saw the table wandering in the air right in front of them.
Not only that, but when a six-year-old girl lay down on the stage, was covered with a sheet, and was encouraged by the illusionist, she floated softly in the air.
He asked her, “How did you feel when you were floating? She replied, “I didn’t know.
The guests seemed to lose themselves in a series of breathtaking illusions, such as the situation they had imagined in their minds being written on a piece of paper and coming out of a treasure chest, and the cast in the box disappearing in the fire.
There is no doubt that the large-scale illusions that DAIKI specializes in on a larger stage are tourism content that can be used by people around the world.
The Aichi Inbound Association will continue to support DAIKI as a centerpiece of inbound content.