Ms. S Japan So nice to try Japanese dancing in Yutaka with my hair beautifully arranged. For me, it was a very precious and refreshing time. Thank you so much. The lecture by Ms. Beniko about the meanings of each movement, the difference between Odori and Mai (both can be translated as Dancing), and Japanese history related to dancing, are really nice to know. Above all, Ms. Beniko's instruction was really easy to follow. I was so happy when I finally made it though to the en
Ms. C Japan I was a little nervous at the beginning since it was the first time for me. However, the instruction by Ms. Beniko was very comprehensible and useful. I enjoyed dancing!
Though the class was to master only the first chorus of Gion Kouta, I felt as if I was already in-know of Japanese dancing and felt eager to learn even more.
If the class for repeaters comes up, I would definitely join again.
Ms. R Japan Thank you very much for yesterday. Every time I saw Kyomai at various kinds of events, I was intrigued by the delicate movement of the hands and the swift steps of dancers'. That's why I leaped at the chance of this great opportunity when I found the ad on the internet.
Learning Japanese dancing on a regular basis requires time and courage, but this one-shot style lesson is very convenient.
I'd like to be able to dance along with "Gion kouta No. 2, 3, and 4". Pl
Ms. K Finland The class lasted for good one hour. At first the movement was very difficult to me, but by the time the class finished, I became somehow able to dance. The teacher was a very good dancer and I won't forget this experience. Thank you so much!
Ms. G US Great teaching style with the perfect pace. Easy to follow. Exceeded my expectation. Could add more about how to pose,how to do certain facial expression as maiko.But overall ,these taught are perfect for beginners.
Ms. T China The teacher and the staff members were all kind. The class was basic and merely for beginners, yet it has become an indispensable experience to me. I will treasure this memory. Thank you very much.
Ms. A Korea Initially, Japanese traditional dancing seemed easy to me since it has no quick and big movement. However, as I tried, I found out that its slow movement required more physical strength than I imagined. The lesson by Ms. Beniko, a former Maiko, has become a very precious and wonderful experience to me.