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Video of Japanese Girl Dancing in the Storm

JAPANESE GIRL – The video of Japanese girl who danced while typhoon Hagibis was making a landfall went viral on social media.

A few days ago, Japan was hit by Super Typhoon Hagibis. It was tagged as the strongest typhoon to hit the “Land of the Rising Sun” after several decades.

In a previous article, we compiled several photos of panic buying at grocery stores and supermarkets in Japan as the typhoon approaches. The authorities were quick to inform the residents in the affected area to leave their homes. They warned that the natural calamity could cause disasters and severe damages.

Photo Source: CNN

Meanwhile, some Japanese people are not afraid of the typhoon. They are finding ways to deal with the super typhoon and did not panic since typhoons are common in their country.

Photo Source: @maid_Magical_L IG

The most perplexing video that emerged on social media was from a girl who’s dancing while typhoon Hagibis was making a landfall in Japan. The video was shared by Twitter user behind @maid_Magical_L. The viral video garnered 8.6 retweets and 24.5 K likes as of this writing.

Photo Source: @maid_Magical_L IG

It can be seen on the video that the girl was simply enjoying the moment. She perfectly danced to the song despite being carried out in the sloshing rain.

Watch the video below:

Some netizens worry about her daring actions while some were entertained by her performance. Here are some of their comments on the post:

@tentochi615: “Even the rain cannot stop your dancing soul Keep it and shine”

@JackofTears: “It looks cute and I hope you’re having fun, but be careful out there!”

@8W1A2ZCC1j7bNWJ: “Dancing in the storm! Wonderful!”

@Minimumlife_Pro: “Awesome! She looks like so fun.”

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