Samantha appeared on Investigation Discovery's "I (Almost) Got Away With It”, where she played a college student named Jennifer Jones who fell for a con artist posing as a war veteran. Samantha also appeared on the hit web series, SMOSH! in their most popular episodes such as "If Holidays Were Real" and "A Seven Year Old Does Twilight". She also lit up Hollywood’s Next Stage Theater in in their production “Happily Whatever After” as Cinderella.
Zenjiro is an award-winning multilingual comedian and actor, who performs in English, Japanese and Korean. He hosted numerous TV programs in Japan, and was also featured in TV shows such as Just for Laughs, Ed Byrne Comedy Gala, and Japanorama (presented by Jonathan Ross) on BBC; US Comedy Arts Festival on HBO; and Raymann is Laat on Dutch TV channel NTR.
JUMP UP JOY
Japanese Singer/dancer group
Japanese traditional Taiko performance
GEISHA OPERA SINGER
Japanese Opera x Geisya performance
Rock band UMAMIX blends the ancient sound of the Japanese koto, guitar, bass, drums, and saxophone.
MiruDaru is a brother and sister duet from Venezuela now based in Los Angeles. Their musical style is a fusion of Pop, Jazz and Ballads. They incorporate multicultural aspects into their songs and shows creating a different sound and musical experience. MiruDaru is heavily influenced by Japanese Pop and traditional Japanese culture. Throughout their musical journey they have had the opportunity to share stage with top artists in well known venues such as the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Hollywood Bowl, the Hollywood Improv among others. In 2013 they represented Venezuela in the Japanese singing contest TV show “Nodo Jiman THE World”. MiruDaru has collaborated as singers and string players with different artists throughout their career
Michel Jackson Tribute Artist
RON ROBBINS ENSAMBLE
Author/Creative Director/Event Producer(Kimono Fashion Show. Kimono Party, workshops etc). Kimono Styling for Photo Shooting, Ad, TV, Movie, etc.
Author of 16 books about kimono, folk craft goods, kabuki, etc. She is also a producer and product development planner of kimono and Japanese folk craft goods in Japan. Rinko is a successful event producer and planner. Her works are geared toward the youth of Japan, and promote Japanese traditions such as kimonos, tenugui towels and the kabuki theater with a modern sensibility.
Event producer and planner such as the Kimono Fashion show on 2011 and 2013 in LA. Workshop in Japan, Thailand and LA. Curated Antique Kimono Exhibition in NY 2015.