Harmony Coins are also known as Japanese Wave Coins. Several years ago I was in Magic-Land like a kid in a candy store working with Mama-san on an order and she gave me a special set of Harmony Coins that were very unique. I treasured them and year after year asked if they would make some more of this special size that is slightly larger then a US Quarter, and also had an indifferent copper colored additional 20 “Sen” coin that fits under the special expanded shell for a finale.
My persistence paid off and Stevens Magic is happy to provide our customers with this very unique collector’s version of the Harmony Coin Set. This set provides you with six pieces total – four regular harmony coins, one final (indifferent copper 20 Sen Coin) and of course the expanded shell to go with it. It’s an incredible value for collectors and magicians alike that will allow you to perform a variety of matrix like effects and or coin through penetrations.
Do Not Confuse these with another product of the same name – Ton Onosaka’s Harmony Coins are without question completely different then and original in every way from the copies.
Ton’s Japanese Coins with expanded shell (slightly larger then US Quarter Size). Everyone knows the name Ton Onasaka when it comes to quality magic. These Harmony Coins feature beautiful black and gold design, which as the photo proves, provides excellent contrast.
These are stikingly beautiful coins that are hard to find that you will treasure. Check out the other sizes available in Ton Onosaka’s Harmony coins by searching for them on this website. We highly suggest you consider purchasing one of Ton Onosaka’s original coin purses also available at Stevens Magic. Often duplicated but never equal in quality – search for “coin purses” and then find ONOSAKA.
“Thanks for making available the Japanese Wave cash so wisely selected by Ton Onosaka. Too often in magic we see bogus Chinese coins for use in close-up magic. This is the first set wisely chosen for its cultural value that reflects favorably upon the good taste of the performer using them” ~ Tom Gsell