The fushigi is just an acrylic ball. The trick is to learn how to make it circle around your arms and hands. It is not something that you are going to be able to take out of the box and make it work right away! It will take hours of practice.
There are a number of books and videos that can help you learn how. Use a search engine and look for 'contact juggling' videos and prepare to be amazed!
No, It doesn't.I got it for Christmas and its terrible.
Well, if you think you can just take it out of the box and make it float, your going to be VERY dissapointed. but if your willing to take the time to practice and get good, its very fun
Depends. Do you want to learn how to contact juggle?
It's not a magic ball (that's the obvious part), however, it does create a great illusion. It take months to years to master the art of contact juggling (the better you are, the better the illusion). I definitely wouldn't start off with one of the acrylic balls you see on the tv promos. They can be expensive and if you scratch it from dropping, the effect isn't the same.
Bottom line: Try using a orange to practice with then move up. There are videos all over YouTube to help you practice.
KIDS CAN PICK IT UP IN MINUTES,,, HOWEVER IT CAN TAKE MONTHS OR YEARS TO PERFECT THE ART.... THATS ACTUALLY THE POSITIVE... ITS ALMOST ADDICTIVE
Fushigi is a recreational and therapeutic art that uses skill to pull off relaxing yet entertaining movements. You can use fushigi to control stress, or to simply entertain others (and yourself!). Note that a fushigi ball is not a toy; with that said, anyone, even small children, can learn how to do it and manipulate the ball with ease.
Many today are picking up a fushigi ball and learning fushigi as a part of a growing craze over the art, owing to the fact that the art is very visually appealing and even challenging once you get up to the more advanced tricks. A good fushigi practitioner - who can be just about anyone - can take a 3-inch or larger fushigi ball and use it to seemingly create magic.
If you want to invoke a sense of awe in yourself and your friends and family, then picking up a fushigi ball and getting started might be for you.
NO!!! i just bought one, and it just fell on the ground, waste of money :( its just an elusion. honestly i wouldnt buy one.
it is the testes of a Japanese man and produces sperms, the man gave his ball a name---fushigi!
Fushigi is a ball that is light weight. So with that being said fushigi is so light it floats like a feather. *new person* FUSHIGI IS NOT LIGHT except for the mini balls, if you get one and drop it you actually hear a loud THUD, Fushigi actually is an illusion, you can make it look as if it moves, when actually you move, you could actually do this with any ball, but Fushigi has no marks to tell if its moving or not. it does take a lot of practice.
no it dosesn't it is just some sikm to get your dam money
Any round ball can be made to work like a Fushigi. A baseball, a lacrosse ball (recommended) or even an orange can be used to do all the tricks you can do with a Fushigi (and it won't be any harder to learn). (or...) A fushigi ball is a solid chrome ball surrounded by a layer of polycarbonate. Unless you have a solid chrome ball and some melted polycarbonate then you should stick to the basics. Take an old tennis ball and cut a slit in it then take a heavier ball and stick it inside. Hot glue the slit together then......viola! your own home made fushigi!
$6.99 is the shipping and handeling and the fushigi ball it's self costs $19.99
no not yet
yes it can
you can only get fushigi online, or maybe at the as seen on TV store