Salsa instructor 13 years
Walking and posture training
Pronunciation training (Japanese language)
ABM (Attachment Baby Massage) Baby Massage Instructor License
ABM Ikuji Therapist License
From a young age Kmicco took a variety of lessons at NHK Nagoya Housou Gekidan where she studied dancing, acting and vocals. She then started acting as a child-actor in NHK TV dramas, musicals and TV commercials. At the age of 15, she was recruited by an acting agency in Tokyo.
After moving to Tokyo, Kmicco appeared in TV dramas, entertainment shows, musicals, TV commercials and radios. Having acquired great experience, Kmicco became involved in teaching acting, vocals, dancing and modeling while at the same time stage- managing at a theatre-restaurant in Aoyama, Tokyo. Here her students performed Kmicco’s choreographed routines every night and Kmicco herself appeared in the show as the lead actor.
From 2001 to 2005, Kmicco was the main commentator in her own weekly TV programme, Kmicco☆salsa station under Sky Perfect TV cable cannel. As a part of the programme, she interviewed a variety of established salsa dancers from Europe and America and contributed to the Japanese salsa dance society. Her performances both in Japan and abroad received great reviews and she produced and performed at dinner shows for several years.
She then developed an interest in new coaching methods, exercise therapy and child psychology, and developed her own baby class curriculum and teaching methods.
Around this time, Oyamada Dragon, one of Japan’s most popular manga authors, started the very first salsa dance themed manga in Young Sunday magazine based on Kmicco’s dance studio. Kmicco also established a reputation as a ‘Beauty Adviser’ in various media. Health and exercise magazine Tarzan introduced her article on ‘How to create beautiful legs’. Kmicco also appeared in other magazines as a Posture and Walking Adviser for Hisako Shirata, Miss Japan 2007.
2010, Kmicco moved base activities in Singapore. She relearned developmental psychology and basic kinesiology.
Her activity broadens not only dancing but also develops child education coating class and body workouts
for after childbearing ladies.
She was welcomed as choreographerfor Japanese Association Singapore for Chingay Parade which is promoted by Singapore Government.
It was gathered by more than 350 people as dancers.
Her team won,
2015"Most Lively Contingent,
2016"Most Popular Contingent Award"
2017"Best in Contingent Display" (Performing Groups with more than 400 performers).
Also she produced and choreographed the Awa Odori dance at Orchard Road parade in Singapore at SJ50 event.
For more, she produces dance shows at EXPO, Cuba Libre appears at Clark Quay and several places in Singapore.
Baby sleep training
Child care sign language (based on American sign language)
Prenatal and Postpartum exercise
Latin salsa exercise
Ladies salsa styling
On1 Salsa&On2 Salsa
Salsa dance performance
Choreography for stage, TV, commercials, etc
Stage management and produce