As part of the activities for the XXXVII Japanese Culture Week, the Peruvian Japanese Association organized Bunkan Shuukan, which was designed especially for people who enjoy Japanese animation. Meanwhile, at the AELU the Matsuri 2009, a festival of Japanese fashion, took place (and this happens every year).
The Bunka Shuukan had Japanese music, an essential part of pop culture, as it’s main attraction. Different groups demonstrated their dance talents with choreography to the rhythm of Jpop. This year, there was a clear influence of Tohoshinki, as at least three choreographies used the now ‘classic’ Mirotic.
Translation: Lexy @ OneTVXQ