Siro-A (白A; siro/shiro means “white” in Japanese) is a “technodelic dance group” from Japan that incorporates seamless video-mapping and miming into their carefully choreographed dance routines.

The group has been picking up legions of fans across the U.S. as they compete on Season 10 of the popular performance show America’s Got Talent. As you may remember, Japanese robotic dancer Kenichi Ebina won the same show two seasons ago. So far, Siro-A seems to be dominating the rest of the competition, winning over the judges and national audiences in the process. Do they have what it takes to become the second Japanese act to win the hearts of America?

Formed in October 2002 by a group of high school friends in Sendai, perhaps Siro-A’s biggest break came in 2011 when they won the “Spirit of the Fringe Award” at Scotland’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the world’s largest arts festival. Since then, they’ve gone on to perform in a host of other countries around the world, captivating audiences with their stunning visual performances.

Members of the group are currently between the ages of 23 to 36. Here they are being goofy in costume…

…and here’s what they look like on a more regular basis:

Despite their popularity in other parts of the world, their current appearance on America’s Got Talent has propelled them into widespread recognition in the United States. We’ve collected the three jaw-dropping performances they’ve done on the show to date below.

America’s Got Talent–Video 1 (Audition)

America’s Got Talent–Video 2 (Golden Buzzer Act)

America’s Got Talent–Video 3 (the first of three live quarter-final rounds at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall)

On Wednesday, it was revealed that America voted Siro-A through to the semi-finals, where they will undoubtedly continue to amaze audiences everywhere. We’re not sure how they’re going to top their previous performances, though!

Sources: Siro-A Official SiteNBC America’s Got Talent
Featured image: YouTube (America’s Got Talent)