Festival Report フェスティバル レポート 2016

The Story of a Woman in Love: Meriko

A lovely kimono clad woman transforms into a bewitching woman.

In a fusion of classic techniques and pole dancing, she performs the story of Yaoya Oshichi.

It's a story of a young girl who longs to meet a loved one and ends up sentenced for arson.

As a middle school student, Meriko learned the story of this girl, roughly the same age as herself, and was impacted by the story of her burning love which caused her to commit arson due to her passion.

The story has always remained with her. Combining pole dance and Japanese dance style, she created her own image of Oshichi.

She paints a vivid image of Oshichi's passion as she spins around the pole.

What kind of man was it that derailed Oshichi's life? What do you think of her punishment? Many wild ideas pop into your head as you watch Meriko's dance.

With the fire and the flames of her passion, it's possible that she was able to make her ascenion.

As she finished her dance, a calm and gentle smile crossed her face and, if you look closely at her slender figure, you could see the muscles in her abdomen and limbs clearly defined.

When asked about her work, she said "I want to create pole dance scenes which no one has every scene before, so please look forward to it."

(Translated by Illaura Rossiter)

2016 Festival Report in English / Artist
2016/11/05 11:20 AM
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