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T-Numbered English Packaged Tenyo Magic Tricks

Tenyo +1 Campaign Redemptions a.k.a. Specials

Specialty Boxed Tenyo Magic

Japanese Only Tenyo Magic

Disney Tenyo Magic/Items

Non-Magic Tenyo Items

Tenyo Magic Sets

T-Numbered English Packaged Tenyo Magic Tricks

Tenyo started numbering their English packaged tricks in the late 1960′s or early 1970′s. They only did this for tricks packaged for sale outside of Japan.  Tricks packaged for sale in Japan have never had T-numbers assigned to them. The first T-numbered trick was T-1, which was a single red thimble. Tenyo releases approximately four T-numbered tricks each year, all released at the same time. Since T-1, Tenyo has released 100′s of magic tricks with the latest one being T-259 Money Shock.

For this website, I follow the naming, numbering and year as displayed on the official English Tenyo website on the Complete List of Products page. In the Tenyo Complete List of Products there are no tricks listed for T-numbers T-49 to T-60. There has been no real answer to date as to why this is. For sure some of the tricks were issued two different T-numbers. For instance, T-62 Fantastic also was issued in a box numbered T-53 and T-64 Melting Loop also came in a box numbered T-54.

The tricks before the gap are extremely rare and two are virtually impossible to find, T-44 Coin Coaster and T-45 Breakaway Fan. None of the Tenyo collectors that I know have either of these two. We do know they exist because they appeared in the 1972 Tenyo catalog. On the Tenyo website they list T-63 Disney World which is another mystery. I have only seen one small picture of the trick.

T-246 was the last English packaged T-numbered trick. Starting in 2011, Tenyo used the same Japanese package for both the Japanese language and English language releases. The tricks sent to American sellers have a cello bag attached to the back with full English instructions. The instructions also show the T-number for the trick.

T-263 The Great Escape

T-262 Magic Butterfly

T-261 The Alchemist

T-260 Security Lock

T-259 Money Shock

T-258 Ghost Card

T-257 Magical MRI

T-256 4D Printer

T-255 Card Surgery

T-254 Magic Memo Pad

T-253 Miracle Coin Thru

T-252 Clear Surprise

T-251 Flying Carpet

T-250 The Third Eye

T-249 Magic Pop-Up

T-248 Psychic Money

T-247 Tower of Dice

T-246 Trap Box

T-245 Ghost Lamp

T-244 Cloud Money

T-243 4-D Surprise

T-242 China Surprise

T-241 Illusion Truck

T-240 Shrinking Pen

T-239 Millionaire’s Dream

T-238 Floating Card

T-237 Syncro Boxes

T-236 Vanishing Point

T-235 Magical Door

T-234 Newsworthy Tear

T-233 Animation Frame

T-232 Balloon Illusion

T-231 Fortune Donut

T-230 Mystic Scope

T-229 Ultimate Spoon Bend

T-228 4-Dimensional Trunk

T-227 New Koornwinder Kar

T-226 President’s Cabinet

T-225 Mystic Blackboard

T-224 Credit Surprise

T-223 Origami Tube

T-222 Fortune Sticks

T-221 Mystery Triangle

T-220 Crash Dice

T-219 Image Generator

T-218 The Rising Cards

T-217 Super Sponge Balls

T-216 Mystery Poodle

T-215 Magician’s Matchbox

T-214 Ultimate Shocking Pen

T-213 Animation Card

T-212 Ballerina Hank

T-211 Fadeaway Case

T-210 Mobile Illusion

T-209 Ghost Pet

T-208 Money Splash

T-207 Magician’s Finger

T-206 Sun & Moon Tubes

T-205 Confined Cubes

T-204 Escape King

T-203 Salt Cups

T-202 Prison Box ↑

T-201 Mystery China Box

T-200 Undercover Cube

T-199 Dynamite Tube

T-198 Blue Crystal

T-197 X-Ray File

T-196 Money Cutter

T-195 Grand Derby Prediction

T-194 Mind Spinner

T-193 Magic Painting

T-192 Leather Wild Wallet

T-191 The Cutting Edge

T-190 Bio Shock

T-189 Money Shredder

T-188 Lucky Rabbit

T-187 Mini-Morphosis

T-186 Antigravity Rock

T-185 Puzzling Queen

T-184 Pop-Up Card

T-183 Impossible Pen

T-182 Funnel Vision

T-181 Bird Watcher

T-180 Enchanted Strings

T-179 Trisector

T-178 Krazy Keys

T-177 Phantoma

T-176 Hanky Penetration

T-175 The Unusual Suspects

T-174 Clyde

T-173 Eye of the Idol

T-172 Invisible Zone

T-171 Merlin’s Coffer

T-170 The Pillars of Thor

T-169 Zone Infinity

T-168 Floral Fantasy

T-167 Future Clock

T-166 Oh No!

T-165 Crystal Pyramid

T-164 Metal Matrimony

T-163 Burglar Ball

T-162 Credit Slasher

T-161 Parabox

T-160 Fantastic

T-159 Twister

T-158 Menta-Marvel

T-157 Illusionarium

T-156 The Haunting ↓

T-155 Crystal Cleaver

T-154 Mindscanner

T-153 Diabolicus

T-152 Nostradamus Clock

T-151 Wild Wallet

T-150 Coin of Dracula

T-149 Dragon Altar

T-148 Mira-Metal

T-147 Silver Express

T-146 Clean Cut

T-145 Moon Spinner

T-144 Arcane

T-143 Hyper Vision

T-142 Lancelot

T-141 Mini-Zag

T-140 Superspike

T-139 Knife of the Ninja

T-138 The Devil’s Disk

T-137 Bolted!

T-136 Geometrick

T-135 Space Towers

T-134 Vault-Vision

T-133 Bare Bones

T-132 The Ninja Experiment

T-131 The Moons of Jupiter

T-130 Tricky Business

T-129 Mirage

T-128 Paradox

T-127 Telesphere

T-126 Match-Sticks

T-125 Ghost Writer

T-124 Mirror Mate

T-123 Billscape

T-122 Excalibur

T-121 The Golden Fleece

T-120 Telestar

T-119 Thunderstaff

T-118 Sidetrack

T-117 The Alpha Tunnel

T-116 Infinitum

T-115 Ultra Slice

T-114 Wonder Window

T-113 Quick Silver

T-112 Eclipse

T-111 Supercubio

T-110 Zig Zag Cig

T-109 The Midas Machine

T-108 Soft Coins

T-107 Crossroad

T-106 Ribbon Forever

T-105 Tunnel of Darkness

T-104 Black Hole

T-103 The Frame of Destruction

T-102 Lucifer’s Lock

T-101 Hungarian Linking Ropes

T-100 Two In One Rope

T-99 Mystery of the High Hat

T-98 The Sandwich Platter

T-97 Superstick

T-96 Wandering Hole

T-95 Mr. Rabbit

T-94 Nightmare in Color

T-93 Card Changer

T-92 Pendant

T-91 Floating Lady

T-90 Elevator Coin

T-89 Spring Flower

T-88 Million Flower

T-87 Squeeze Play

T-86 Ultra Tube

T-85 See Through Guillotine

T-84 Card Frame

T-83 Super Sponge Ball

T-82 Spinning Plate On Rope

T-81 Space Walking Coin

T-80 Sponge Balls

T-79 Super Vase a la India

T-78 Sponge Rabbit

T-77 See Through Card

T-76 Water Mystery

T-75 Rabbit in Wallet

T-74 Super Phanto Block

T-73 Coin in Nest

T-72 Flash Dice

T-71 Rope to Silk

T-70 Chinese Linking Rings

T-69 Dynamic Coins

T-68 Silk to Egg

T-67 Color Fantasy

T-66 Occult Board

T-65 Magic Tube

T-64 Melting Loop

T-63 Disney World

T-62 Fantastic

T-61 I’m a Magician

T-60 to T-49

T-48 Coin Case

T-47 Astro Coin

T-46 Little Saving Box

T-45 Break-Away Fan

T-44 Coin Coaster

T-43 Invisible Man

T-42 Astro-Tube

T-41 Fanning Cards

T-40 Card Case

T-39 Crazy Spots

T-38 Crystal Box

T-37 Pentro-Coin

T-36 Billiard Balls

T-35 Water Suspension

T-34 Against Gravity

T-33 Coin and Glass

T-32 Sutekina Trick

T-31 Milk Tumbler

T-30 Twin Flower

T-29 Changing Silks

T-28 What’s Next?

T-27 Chinese Sticks

T-26 Glass Board

T-25 Silk Serenade

T-24 Crystal Tube

T-23 Rainbow Silks

T-22 Time-Capsule

T-21 Dyeing Paper

T-20 Cubio

T-19 Match and Flower

T-18 Million Flower

T-17 Coin Through Match

T-16 Mystic Ruby

T-15 Cups and Balls

T-14 Chameleon Silk

T-13 Kings and Aces

T-12 Coin Fan

T-11 Color Change Flower

T-10 Silk from Hanky

T-9 Funny Dog

T-8 Trio Cigarette

T-7 An-Gra

T-6 In the News

T-5 Arabian Cards

T-4 Dice Vision

T-3 Diminishing Cards

T-2 Angel’s Coin

T-1 Thimble

Tenyo +1 Campaign Redemptions a.k.a. Specials

Starting in 1996, Tenyo began offering a free bonus trick for Japanese customers who sent in proof of purchases and postage. Tenyo calls the program the +1 Campaign and they have offered a redemption trick for every year since 1996. The tricks are made of paper/cardboard and pack flat for easy shipping. The tricks are very well made and the designs are very good. Most of the tricks are based on known mathematical and magical principles but they are presented in an imaginative way that you would expect from Tenyo.

1996 Psychic Battle ESP

1997 Four Chance

1998 Fortune Telling Card

1999 Dream Psychometry

2000 Telephone Telepathy

2001 Illusion Scale

2002 Prediction Egg

2003 Chips of Moonless Night

2004 Ghost Puzzle

2005 Magical Word

2006 Magic Calendar

2007 Magical Sneakers

2008 Magician’s Clock

2009 Magical Burger

2010 Magical Cafe

2011 Mind Roulette

2012 Charisma

2013 Magical Sushi

2014 Clairvoyance Tester

Specialty Boxed Tenyo Magic

Before Tenyo started packaging magic tricks for the mass market, they sold tricks in Japan for professional magicians. Most of these tricks were not created by Tenyo and many were made elsewhere. There is an extensive amount of tricks that Tenyo sold in this manner. Tenyo still releases these types of tricks but they are only officially sold in Japan.

TC-02 Die-abolical Box

TC-03 Gorilla Bar

Penultimate Coin Box Collection

Paddle Parade Collection

Rabbit Explosion

Up and Down Ball

Lubor’s Ashtray

Professional Cups and Balls

Zombie Ball

Astrosphere

Wooden Card Frame

Billiard Balls

Oriental Rice Bowls

TV Card Frame

Clairvoyant

Card Rise Box

Evaporating Glass and Water

Ciga-Cut

Production Tambourine

Mental Bag

Expanding Magician’s Top Hat

Japanese Only Tenyo Magic

Over the years there has also been many tricks sold by Tenyo exclusively for the Japanese market. These tricks were never released in English packaging so no official English language instructions exist. Many of these are very good and they would be good sellers if they were easily available to non-Japanese customers. Even those these tricks are only sold in Japan you can get some of them from SEO Magic USA.

The Spoon

Miracle Ring

Four Nightmare DX

Zig Zag Skeleton

McDonalds Themed Magic

Telepathic Stone

Buddha Paper

Tomato & Bowl

That Is Your Card

Tiny Rings

Forget Me Not Coin

Brass Block in Matchbox

Johnson Coin Products

ESP Dominoes

Brass Bill Tube

Scratch Card

Floating Broom

Diminishing Cards

Magic Card Decks

Trump Cards

Magical Rope

Small Box Remakes

Spiderman Magic Comic Book

Disney Tenyo Magic/Items

Tokyo Disneyland Magic Shop

Tenyo has a long-standing license agreement with Disney to sell Disney themed items in Japan. Tenyo has made an abundance of Disney themed magic as well as non-magic items. Since the license is only for the Japanese market, these items are not officially sold outside of Japan. Inside the Tokyo Disneyland there is a store called the Magic Shop which is fully stocked with Tenyo Items. Tenyo makes many beautiful jigsaw puzzles with Disney themes. These jigsaw puzzles use Disney animated as well as live action characters. The jigsaw puzzles are a mainstay of Tenyo’s business.

Cutissue Tissue Dispencer

Mickey Mouse Magic Bank

Mickey Double World

Disney Midas Machine

Disney’s Star Parade

Mickey Versions of Bare Bones

Pinocchio Animation Frame

Disney Candy Book

Mickey Sponge Routine

Mickey Pendant

Mickey Miracle Coin

Cheshire Cat Magic Rope

Mickey’s Magic Shop Jigsaw Puzzle

Tokyo Disneyland Dynamic Coins

Non-Magic Tenyo Items

In the 1960′s, as Tenyo was expanding, they started making novelties. This tradition continues to this day. The novelties include clocks, banks, puzzles, pranks and toys.

Phantom Clock

Dracula Bank

Micro Bank

Spin Bank

Art Bank

Metal Models

Brain Puzzles

Smoking Gnomes

Shocking Radio

Nutty Hardware

Deluxe Whoopie Cushion

Rubber Hammer

Jigsaw Puzzles

Tenyo Magic Sets

Tenyo has made many different magic sets throughout the years. Almost all of the sets were for Japanese magicians because they were not released with English language instructions. Sears did sell two different magic sets that were intended for young magicians.

Magic World Set

That’s Magic Set

Sears Magic Set

Best Three Magic Set

Disney Magic Set

Set with Space Walking Coin

Set with Floating Lady

Set with Super Vase a la India

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