From Tokyo to Nara to Osaka to Mt. Kyosan so many adventures. I can honestly say that this has been the best stop of my trip.
So many incredible people here.
The dancers, bboys and people in general here are so welcoming and amazing. Big thanks to everyone who supported my journey here Shaw, Katsu, Big Phil, Mel, Bob, Matt, and too many to name! ROCKING times in Japan. Even yesterday as I was fully drenched in sweat from a street practice right before training 1 and a half hours to the airport at 11pm, I sat next to a random old lady who chatted me up even though firstly she didn’t speak english (yet we spoke for an hour) and secondly I stank like a sweat monster. So friendly!
Japan = perfect spot to end my adventures (for now…)
more bloggage coming on stories and adventures in Japan soon!
At least someone appreciates the blue jays! Harajuku + baseball = awesome.
Michael Prosserman found his passion for break dancing at a very young age. By the time he was three, Michael was already standing on his head while watching Saturday morning cartoons. Since then, he has performed for over 300 audiences, has spoken at over 100 schools, and has taught hundreds of workshops all over the world from Canada to Italy to Asia to the Arctic. Michael has competed world-wide, placing first in 26 competitions. Michael was accepted into the pool of performers for Cirque Du Soleil and featured in the major motion picture “Honey”. Michael is the founder of Unity Charity, an organization that empowers youth to be role models and leaders in their communities through after school programs in break dancing, graffiti art, spoken word poetry and beat boxing. Unity has reached over 200,000 young people across Canada. In the past Unity was featured in over 50 major media outlets in Canada including Maclean’s, Toronto Star, CBC, CTV, City TV, and many more. Unity teaches youth to use urban arts as a powerful outlet to relieve their stress and anger in a positive way.
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