Here is one possible answer. The “Yasmin” dance is a popular dance with dancers all over the world. In fact, you can find it in the “Ainu songs” and “Nu-Pixis” (the music of Japanese people).
But what are “Yasmin” and “Nu-Pixis”?
Yasmin, also a title of “Okeh” or “Sasami”, is an ancient dance of the Ainu. It is a traditional dance of the Ainu of Japan that is now danced in several countries around the world. It is characterized by a series of turns that consist of four consecutive steps in one direction; each step is a series of four beats of a different number (one of the rhythm of a Japanese dance is “daihira”), in order to create the impression of an “Ainu dance” or “Sasami dance.”
“Nu-Pixis,” on the other hand, is a dancing from “Japon” to “Iku” (which is the equivalent of “Hokkaido” to “Kashima”), and also known as “Akinawan” or “Ainu dance.” It consists of turns and a very complicated dance pattern in two directions; each turn is repeated once but in two distinct directions in the same direction.
It is most noticeable on the Japon side and is danced in a very elegant way to the dance of the “Ainu.”
Why was “Ainu” named for a folk art dance?
The name “Ainu” is a combination of two words “Ainu” (the Ainu) and “Waku” (Japanese folk dance) (Sugawa 2000). “Waku” is derived from “Ya” (from “Yasmin”), and “Ainu” (the Ainu) is derived from the Latin word “Aonus” (in reference to the place where the folk art dance takes place).
This is a question that I get all of the time.
Can you see if I’m a man or a woman?
You can’t see you and your family’s gender and sexual orientation if you were born a male or a female.
This isn’t a simple answer, and I’m going to walk you through exactly why that’s so.