Jennifer Gutierrez | May 4, 2015 3:08 JST
Dominican born, Luis Sasaki, has been breaking the dance floors with his dazzling moves since he was 15 years old. He is trained to dance in Latin jazz, hip-hop, ballet, and flamenco. He is a Merengue instructor who holds the role of Chairman in Japan’s Bachata Association. Sasaki is also a well-known choreographer at various sports clubs and studios.
This year, at Japan’s Cinco de Mayo event in Yoyogi Park, Sasaki and his dancers have sanctified the stage with absolute brilliance while performing to Merengue, Salsa, Bachata and much more. The crowds erupted with excitement as they listened to their favorite songs and watched Sasaki and his team give a remarkable show.
From his booth, which sold Dominican trinkets and masks that represent the culture up until his performance, Sasaki kept a mob of culturally diverse individuals swarming around him and his crew. He worked the crowd as he inviting everyone as young as children to catch up with his moves right in front of his booth before he got on stage. As more people surrounded him, the audience grew increasingly interested in the flavorful music, dance, laughter and fun. A true performer and crowd pleaser, Sasaki gained love from every passerby.
To know more about Luis Sasaki, you can visit his website here.