Nippon Sport Science University’s performance “Collective Action.

Controlled and regular group behavior is easily remembered, for better or worse. It must be input into our genes as a human instinct to survive by working together. It is similar to haka in New Zealand and kecak in Bali.

But Japanese collective behavior is a bit different. The big difference is that they don’t speak, but only act. In haka and kecha, words and actions are linked, but in Japan, it is only actions.

Japanese performance, are you in favor of it? Or are you in the negative?

One response to “Nippon Sport Science University’s performance “Collective Action.”

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    As for Japan’s collective action performance, I was honestly surprised by its accuracy!

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