京都出身の姉妹Tap Duo。 同志社大学英文学科卒。 姉の中西浄華は３歳から妹の中西優華は４歳から京都のダンススタジオ「ダンスオフィスワン」でジャズダンスを始め、あらゆるダンスを学ぶ。吉田千佳子氏に師事。 DANCE WORLD CUP 2014 Open Duet/Trio Tap部門 GOLDメダリストでありながら、International Ballet & Contemporary dance Competition 2016 においてもProfessional Contemporary部門優勝（中西浄華）TOP5入賞（中西優華）という実績を持つ希代のタップダンサー。 その全身で表現されるタップは観客を魅了し、2007年The New York Tap FestivalではThe Jersey Journalにおいて作品”Beams”が高く評価された。 活動はダンスイベント出演にとどまらず、パーティーや式典でのパフォーマンスや教育機関でのパフォーマンス、またダンス指導や振付、TVやRadio出演、コラム執筆、と幅広い。 来年には15周年公演の開催を予定している。 Puspa is a sister tap duo from Kyoto, Japan who are certified by the Kyoto-City Transport Bureau. Both Kiyoka Nakanishi and Yuuka Nakanishi graduated from English Literary Society of Doshisha University. Since the ages of four and three, Kiyoka and Yuuka have studied jazz dance under Chikako Yoshida, Director of Dance Office One (DO-ONE). Once they turned six, they started learning tap dance as well. They decided to start dancing together as the tap duo in 2002. It was during this time that they began combining tap steps with movements from other dance genres to create a unique dance style. In 2007, they performed in the New York City Tap Festival at the Duke on 42nd Street. They were praised for their artistic performance and appeared in an article in the Jersey Journal. Recently, they won first place in the Dance World Cup 2014 World Finals in Portugal. They were the first Japanese dancers to have ever participated in the tap dance portion of the competition. And they won first place(Kiyoka) and top5(yuuka) in the International Ballet & Contemporary dance Competition DOMENICO MODUGNO 2016 Professional Contemporary division. Puspa has made appearances in many television and radio programs. They also perform at various events such as art, street, school and social welfare events, where they are able to share their passion for dance with the community. Currently, Kiyoka and Yuuka are also dance instructors. They teach Funk Tap, Jazz, Contemporary and K-pop dance. They also have worked as the special advisers to education agencies and clubs. In their lessons, they strive to bring out their students' individuality through personalized choreography. Puspa aspires to share their enjoyment of tap dance with others and bring great happiness to people through their art.