They began their activities in 2013 when they received invitations from Switzerland, Holland and Germany. In 2014, they performed in two cities in Germany. In 2015, they performed in Germany, Austria and Australia. In June, 2016, they performed in Germany, Poland and England. They accomplished the first long-run performance at Barbican Theatre in London. Their work is described as "forced participation entertainment" that stimulates the "five senses" and "sense of values" of audience through the employment of bodies, music, video and a huge amount of props. Under the absolute discipline of the stage director, Nikaido Toko, this performance group imposes persistent and loving communication (service) on the audience with compulsive hospitality. Basically, their work produces a chaotic space named the "ohagi live", which is controlled by continuous dance against roaring sounds of music from Japanese subculture like anime songs and idol songs. They shift the reality of our lives in contemporary Tokyo, mainly the epitome of contemporary society, the Otaku culture, which is a unique product of Japan, into a form of art.