Source: YouTube Japanese Group Performs Otaku Dance Number To Attack On Titan Theme Song 2016-12-14 Wed 2016-12-14 Wed Concerts of Japanese idol singers are never complete without otagei, a type of dance performed by the audience that often involves jumping, clapping, and intense waving of the arms. The name of the dance comes from the Japanese words otaku and gei, which roughly means performance and art. Because of the fact that otagei is widely performed by a male audience cheering on their favorite idol groups, it’s often regarded as a nerdy dance that is seen as more amusing than awe-inspiring. But shattering that stereotype is Kita no Uchi-shi Tachi (北の打ち師達), a group of otagei dancers whose videos feature powerful performances to popular Japanese songs. One of their self-choreographed dances is performed to popular manga and anime series Attack on Titan's second opening song "Jiyū no Tsubasa" (Wings of Freedom), and shows the dancers giving a stellar performance with penlights and killer moves. See more otagei dances by Kita no Uchi-shi Tachi via YouTube and Twitter. By - grape Japan editorial staff. Source:進撃の巨人『自由の翼』でヲタ芸してみた 【北の打ち師達】 Tags: Attack on Titan / Dance / Japan / Otagei / Otaku / YouTube grape Japan Culture Japanese Group Performs Otaku Dance Number To Attack On Titan Theme Song Related Article Pepsi Japan delights cola drinkers by bringing back…normal Pepsi 14 Pepper Robots Singing Beethoven Is A Lot Creepier Than It Was Meant To Be Bathroom Notice Asks Patrons To “Work Together” When Using The Malfunctioned Bidet Mysterious Game Boy post box in mountains of Japan is hauntingly nostalgic Premium Ballpoint And Fountain Pens Inspired By Japanese Folklore And Fairy Tales Pikachu Festival Takes Over Yokohama! Watch What Happens When An Army Of Pikachus Take Japan By Storm!