The Tejinaya system is very fun: have drinks or snacks with friends at a private table and have a magician come by every now and then to entertain, and then come together in front of the stage for a show.
It was very fun to be entertained by various magicians. I found the math square trick in particular to be very unique.
During the show portion, the Japanese might be a little confusing, but the magicians’ acts are very entertaining that it should not be much of a bother. The fire eater held an English sign at one point to translate the Japanese on his shirt, which I found to be a nice gesture.
The show’s music selection was also excellent.
The emcee was wonderful and charismatic; he was very fun to listen to and watch. His table tricks were very fun, and I even left wishing he had more than just one act during the show.
By the end of our time, we had a few souvenirs from the table tricks such as the playing cards that we used, which I really appreciated.