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“Sometimes I like to be a Japanese office lady by wearing a suite with my hair up. Wearing chequered pants with handcuffs and chains makes a girl with Rock style. Wearing a light pink dress with a frill makes Reni Lolita style. Everyday I would like to be different. Cosplay is my life!” – Reni Mimura
Do you think you have to travel all the way to Tokyo to see Japanese costume players doing their thing? Well think again. Reni Mimura brought her show to Manhattan in 2008 and performs on a regular basis with her MoeMoe Dancers. Winner of a Tokyo talent competition in 2006, its not hard to see why she is making a name for herself in the kawaii world of Japan’s cuteness culture. Her upcoming shows on January 16 and 24 will be featured in a documentary on NHK (Japan’s version of PBS).
So put on your maid outfit, Naruto jumpsuit or whatever floats your boat and come hear the story of the girl who says “My ideal situation is the audience not paying attention to me, but everybody is liberated and dancing themselves. That’s when we become one. Reni and audience feeling calm and gentle, and we are one.”
On December 24, 2009 Reni Mimura was kind enough to give an interview to J-Pop World. Reni Mimura Interview.