Because even figurines find the song extremely catchy.
They might have an average age of 59 years between them, but these ladies show they can still kick it with the young crowd in this new dance video.
This is one of the most hypnotizing covers we’ve seen yet.
The Japanese government has passed a bill relaxing its decades old prohibition on dancing, but the new law may not be much better than the old one.
The crisply suited men of World Order are here to teach you some basic Japanese business tricks (and advertise an energy drink while they’re at it).
After dancing the night away, we just end up with a hangover, but apparently it helps Pikachu evolve to a higher state of combat prowess.
Believe it or not, there’s a perfectly good reason for these costumes.
JAL returns with another dance video, this time with new costumes and a handsome male member who can really bust a move.
When it comes to years old and spicy moves, she’s got plenty of both.
Watch out, salsa dancers of the world — you’re about to be in for some stiff competition!
This dance and and its accompanying catchy little jingle, nicknamed the “brainwashing song,” are currently stuck in people’s heads around Japan.
Warning: our man P.K. Sanjun learning to strut his stuff may be a little NSFW… unless, that is, you work at a strip club.
Ain’t no party like a JSDF party, cause a JSDF party don’t quit.
“Gangnam Style” singer Psy never fails to turn heads, and he’s back to wow the crowd with a sexy dance, spiced up with a sizzling surprise.
Morning, Roy, how are you feeling today? We’ve got some entertainment lined up for you tonight: first there’ll be bingo in the lounge, then some pretty girls are coming in to do a sexy dance…
What? Isn’t this how everyone celebrates Christmas?
With a tagline of “So kimoi (strange), so kawaii (cute)”, we knew we had to check this out.
This seven-year-old has everyone in Taiwan talking about her sassy/cute dance numbers.
Here at RocketNews24, we’re huge fans of the hypnotically synchronized dance group World Order. We’ve followed them dancing all over Tokyo, London, and even giving one of the most amazing opening pitches to a baseball game ever.
The group has recently put out a new music video entitled “The Next Phase” where they show off their robotic moves in Paris and Berlin. While it’s just as impressive as their other videos, this one has a bittersweet twist: it will be the last performance by the group’s leader Genki Sudo.
Watch the video and find out why he’s leaving at the link below!
There are many different reasons to visit Japan, but something that should be on everyone’s bucket list are the matsuri, or festivals. Summer is a big time for festivals, especially in August when the Obon festival is held, during which many people travel back to their hometowns in order to honor their family and ancestors. With so many families together in their hometowns, it is the perfect time for a matsuri full of songs, dancing, and long-standing traditions.
One of the biggest Obon celebrtions in all of Japan is the Awa Odori festival in Tokushima Prefecture, which over a million people attend each year. The dancers who are dressed in their traditional clothing and musicians that pound out the beat in tune with your heart are truly a sight to behold, but if you can’t experience the traditional festival in Japan, why not try to bring it to your country as one French journalist did?