Ever wondered what these “visual kei” words mean…?

Furi, Furitsuke 『フリ、振り、振付』
Choreo. The choreography and dance moves fans participate in during lives, such as headbanging, fist pumping, gyakudai, etc. Not to be confused with parapara! It’s not the same!

Saizen 『最前』
The front row. This spot is usually reserved for regular fans. Don’t just push your way into the front row as it’s extremely rude to do so. Ask first!

Saizen koushou 『最前交渉』
Front row negotiations. When in between bands at taiban events the people in the front row change.

Ever wondered what all these Japanese words really mean? You find a lot of answers at the following page:

VISUAL DICTIONARY

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