domingo, 18 de agosto de 2013

Japanese Flamenco in the streets of Granada

Funky Hostels recommends you : multicultural Flamenco and for all ages

Walking around Granada is always a pleasure, but may you find yourself in a delightful spectacle like this, you will surely remember it your whole life. It is not difficult to find some boys in an Andalusian street singing and dancing flamenco. But a whole Japanese family, playing guitar, castanets, dancing, singing and even the baby clapping, that is something different! ...

They really have art, oh yes. The dancer moves with beauty, composure and gracefullness. The singer hardly has Japanese accent (just a little, if you pay attention at "el alboloto" instead of "el alboroto"). And the baby claps briskly.

It is admirable. This family offers this lovely Japanese show in the streets, usually in Plaza Nueva, near the Church of St. Anne.

Do not miss it, our receptionists in Funky Granada and Meridiano will give you directions to this place. We love it! You will as well!

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