Reni's Maid Show in Boston on May 1st

Apr 14th 2011
New York, NY –April 13-, 2011 – Aspire Communications, Inc. is pleased to announce that we are expanding Reni's monthly Maid show from NYC to Boston due to popular demand, and the next Reni's Maid Show in Boston will be held on May 1st.

Join the Moe Movement. A J-pop Singer, Reni Mimura brings Japanese authentic Pop culture to the U.S.

Adorability, profound ideology and high-energy onstage presence represent Reniʼs futuristic and charismatic performance, making Reni not only a great singer and dancer, but also a leader of “Moe” movement world-wide. With this movement, can a girl from Japan become an American idol as she dreams?

What: Reni's Japanese "Maid" Show
When: 5/1 (Sun) 12PM - 3:30PM
Where: All Asia
334 Mass. Ave. Cambridge, MA 02139 (617)497-1544
http://www.allasiabar.com/
Charge: $10 at Door (Lunch not included) $8 in Cosplay
Note: No age limit / No outside food and Drink / 1 drink minimum
Group of 5 will get 1 FREE admission! If you collect 5 stamps, the next admission is FREE!
Stream live for people all over the world http://www.ustream.tv/channel/reni-live
For more Information
http://www.renireni.com/

Reni's Bio:
Reni was born and raised in Japan and began training in the art of dance and theater at a very young age. Her big break came after she entered and won a talent search competition. She then released her first Japanese CD in 2006 produced by Takahiro Yamautsuri, who composed the music for one of the Pokémon movies.

In 2008, Reni relocated to New York City and hopes to bring this unique style to the United States. Having barely begun performing in America, since February 2009, Reni has quickly gained wide attention, and has been invited to perform in the most prominent animation conventions and other music events. Reni released her latest CD album "Sakura" in September 2009 and published her first photo book "Maid in NY" in March 2010. As her fan base increases, attention from the industry and Japan glows. In 2010, the National Broadcasting Television Station of Japan (NHK) made 2 documentaries on Reni's career in America and the impact of her performances on western audiences and the fashion industry.

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