A young Japanese man has a unique talent, he is able to mix music and crack his fingers to combine music with the crack of his hand. The owner of this talent is Satoyuki Fujimura, who is 20 years old, and can crack his fingers very quickly.
– Sky News Arabia (@skynewsarabia) September 16, 2021
The young Japanese man, Satoyuki Fujimura, entered the Guinness Book of Records in 2017, for achieving a record for snapping his fingers that no one has preceded him, as he can make 278 snaps per minute. Sky News” news.
Japanese talented young man
Japanese youth movement
It is noteworthy that among the strange talents that some are distinguished by, a talented Japanese artist uses spreadable foods such as fruit jam, peanut butter and Nutella to create intricate artworks on slices of white bread, as the Japanese artist drew inspiration mainly from famous cartoons such as Princess Mononoke or Spirited Away or Dragon BallCreate intricate, edible illustrations with breakfast classics like jam, peanut butter, and cocoa spread.
Young man interacting with the music
According to the website, oddity central The Japanese artist “ko” is able to keep all kinds of different fruit jams and spreads from mixing in some way, as well as slices of bread from getting too wet to work with, and the end result is always impressive.
There is not much information about how he did this art online, but while browsing the photos on his Instagram page, it will be seen that he entered this type of art only last August, as a way to spend time in the hospital after an illness.