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Do The Omusubi! Japanese Choreographer Creates Hip Hop Dance Based On Rice Balls (Video)

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The latest dance craze to hit Japan, the “omusubi.”

Dance Studio Native, a dance studio located in the Hokkaido city of Sapporo has released a tasty new dance video based on one of Japan’s most delicious portable food, the  rice ball.

Set to the tune of the hip hop song “Just Like That” by E-Rock & Clayon Willam, this carbohydrate-laden dance video features a variety of interesting dance moves both inspired and centering around “omusubi” or as they are known in English rice balls.

The video has some impressive shots of Sapporo filmed by a drone and a total of 40 dancers performing this hunger inducing dance routine which was thought up by Miwo, one of the instructors at Dance Studio Native.

Get your omusubi on below.

Dance Studio Native Information
TEL/FAX 011-207-6776
Mail address: info@studio-native.com
http://studio-native.com

Source: Dews
Image: Just Like That – E-Rock&Clayon Willam | Choreography By MIWO @miwo_native (DanceStudioNATIVE)

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