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The Harajuku Girls are four young Japanese and Japanese American backup dancers featured in stage shows and music videos for Gwen Stefani during her solo pop/R&B/dance-record  phase.[1]  The women also act as an entourage at Stefani's public appearances.
The Harajuku Girls are Maya Chino ("Love"), Jennifer Kita ("Angel"), Rino Nakasone-Razalan ("Music") and Mayuko Kitayama ("Baby"). The name of the group is a reference to Harajuku, a neighborhood of Tokyo. The stage names of the women are derived from Stefani's Love. Angel. Music. Baby., which was the name of her first album as well as her clothing brand.
The Harajuku Girls were originally hired in 2004 as backup dancers for Gwen Stefani's Love. Angel. Music. Baby. album.[citation needed]  The "Harajuku Girls" continued to appear alongside Stefani, and were featured in the music videos for "What You Waiting For?", "Rich Girl", "Hollaback Girl", "Luxurious", "Crash", "Wind It Up", "The Sweet Escape", and "Now That You Got It". Gwen appeared on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, and introduced the dancers as her "imaginary friends".
Three of the dancers would later appear in No Doubt's 2012 video "Settle Down."
Maya Chino (stage name "Love") grew up in Tokyo. She started out doing ballet when she was three years old and also tap danced. Before dancing with Gwen Stefani, she was a backup dancer for South Korean singer BoA. She is now living in LA, and teaching Hip Hop lessons to kids at an academy called HORIPRO Music Academy. Also one of the Head Instructor/Choreographer for HMA's HIPHOP Team "RIZE".[2]
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