The 12th annual Guinness World Records Day is being celebrated all over the globe today with upwards of 600,000 people hoping to secure their place in the history books.
The incredible balancing feat was achieved in Keisuke’s garden in Shibuya - in the presence of official Guinness World Records adjudicator Kaoru Ishikawa.
“I really appreciate this opportunity … I want to do my best today,” Keisuke said before the attempt. He was so excited for his #GWRday challenge that he couldn’t sleep the night before.
The determined record-breaker first set the record at Alios Park Fes in 2015 in support of Fukushima during its recovery from recent disasters.
Guinness World Records Day was launched in 2004 to celebrate the day the Guinness World Records book sold its 100 millionth copy.
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