There’s an absolutely incredible Genki Sudo opportunity for anyone that happens to be in Tokyo, Japan next week. Dell is filming a commercial with Genki Sudo promoting its new tablet called the Streak. According to a very loose Google translation of the Facebook event posting, it seems that the World Order massive dance number is going to be broadcast live on Ustream and Youtube and if you show up in a business suit you can be a part of the performance . Here’s the translation of the Facebook event:
Global attention on innovative dance and music, led by Genki Sudo “WORLD ORDER” and DELL Streak February 16, special events, held at Tokyo Midtown! (Free admission)
YouTube boasts more than 300 million times the number of total plays in the related videos Do not miss this incredible performance WORLD ORDER prepared just for this day!
For more information about http://worldorder.jp/ WORLD ORDER
Pattern of events, and delivers USTREAM day too!
«On the day of the performance can participate WORLD ORDER! ! »
DELL Streak in the movie and learn how to tab, gather in Tokyo Midtown!
WORLD ORDER can participate in the performance of the unique opportunity!
Date set: February 16, 2011 9:30
Place: Courtyard B1 Middotaungareria Tokyo (outdoor)
Dress code: business suit (if possible participate in the suit worn by women)
※ If the number of applicants is determined by lot and we will. Please note. (Draw time is scheduled for 9:40)
※ events are conducted in open spaces. Leaked even if the event is available by lottery.
If you just happen to be in Tokyo, Japan on February 16th and you don’t dress up in a slick business suit and go to straight to Midtown to dance with Genki Sudo then I will yell “You are dead to me!” and disown you from my family. Luckily none of you that might be in Japan are actually part of my family so if you have to go to work that day or don’t have a ride I can’t actually disown you. All I can do is promise that I will never take you to my favorite sushi buffet and shake my fist and yell expletives at you from across the world. Props to Middleeasy reader, Edamus for the find, and props to you if you clicked every Genki link.