Monday, September 21, 2009

Dazz Toguchi

Dazz is my favorite dancer to watch at all of the bon dances. I never knew his name until I saw this poster on the window at a restaurant while I was taking my lunch-time walk. Not sure what kind of CD he's releasing, but I bet you the concert is gonna be very picturesque.

17 comments:

Erick said...

Way cool! Now we know his name and it famous too. Are you planning to see him? Thanks for sharing the information.

jalna said...

I don't know Erick . . . 50 bucks . . . you wanna go?

Les said...

oh my gawd! He's famous??

jalna said...

Yeah, looks like it.

SW said...

Hey, I recognize this guy from the Bon dances. Wow..didn't know he was famous..what a small world..

Betty Townsend said...

All made up, he could pass for a woman, huh?

jalna said...

Shun Wah, I'm a fast walker, and you should've seen me put on the brakes when I saw the picture.

Betty, he looks way better than I would in a kimono . . . hahaha.

bebedeer said...

Wow, didn't know he was famous. We saw him dance at a HJCC event last year. His performance was absolutely mesmerizing.

mmiissee said...

Same here....I never knew he was well known....and a cd release? Whoa! He sure can pass as a woman too!

Yosh808 said...

Wow!!! It's funny but EVERYONE knows who this guy is, but probably never knew his name until now. Hahah! I see him at Bon Dances and temple for new years!

Dd said...

SOOO.......hes da guy in da kimono ?? am I missing something ??

jalna said...

Wow Fawn, "mesmerizing" . . . makes me wonder if I should fork out the 50 bucks.

Dd said...

I would......no question...

bebedeer said...

Well...I said "mesmerizing" because he was a guy wearing a kimono and he could dance really well...we couldn't take our eyes off of him cause we were wondering if he really was a guy or just a masculine-looking girl!

jalna said...

HAHAHAHAHA, SO FUNNY Fawn. . . I can see how that would be mesmerizing.

Sharon said...

if you've only seen Dazz at bon dances, you have to see him "really" dance. Please go see him November 1 at Hawaii Theatre, it'll be well worth the $50.

jalna said...

Wow Sharon thanks for the advice.