The most star jumps in one minute was 84 and was achieved by Hiroki Minakawa (Japan) during the Park Challenge / GWR Live! at Tokyo Midtown, in Minato, Tokyo, Japan, on 6 May 2012. The last star jumps were disqualified due to the arms not going above the shoulders’ line.
The fastest time to complete three games of Daruma Otoshi is 16.81 seconds and was achieved by Yoko Kuroda (Japan) during the Park Challenge / GWR Live! at Tokyo Midtown, in Minato, Tokyo, Japan on 6 May 2012. Yoko Kuroda came with her family to the record attempt to practice first and then she got the record, very unexpectedly for her.
3:02.83 USA (Andre Morris, Dameon Johnson, Deon Minor, Milton Campbell) Maebashi, Japan 7 March 1999
The fastest time to toss rings around six pegs is 13.90 seconds and was achieved by Ippei Tanaka (Japan) during the Park Challenge / GWR Live! at Tokyo Midtown, in Minato, Tokyo, Japan, on 3 May 2012. This record was achieved on the 6th day of the event at Tokyo Midtown.
The largest Japanese drum ensemble involved 2,778 participants and was organized by the Sanzennin-taiko Executive Committee at the Kumamoto Castle Ninomaru Park in Kumamoto, Japan, on 9 October 2011. 2,773 drums were used for the event, but some the big drums were played by two musicians (one at each extreme of the drum – these large drums are placed horizontally). Sansennin-taiko means 3,000 drum players, which was their goal, but they only got 2,778. 2,905 participants registered on the day, but due to the extreme Continue reading →