The dancer's design is the exact same as that of Hatsune Miku's, but with a hot pink glove added to her right hand, in which she holds a green leek. Evidently, she has long bright blue hair tied up in ponytails, a silver and black dress with a blue tie, black arm warmers, and black boots. Her body is static and blurry and is generally translucent.
The routine takes place in front of a panel of digital screens. Vegetables such as leeks, turnips, and carrots appear in colored backgrounds on the screens, as does a scenic view of purple mountain caverns. When the stop motion effect is used on the dancer, multiple pictures of her appear on the screen covering the mountain caverns.
There are also two hologram projectors beside the dancer, which occasionally project bluish holograms of the dancer.
There is only one Gold Move in this routine: Gold Move: Put your arms up quickly, as if you are spreading your arms out to fly.
Only Gold Move
Only Gold Move in-game
There are 2 Gold Moves in the Mashup (4 Gold Moves only for Wii, Wii U, PS3, and Xbox 360): Gold Moves 1 & 4 (Only for 7th Gen and Wii U): Shake both of your arms. (Blurred Lines) Gold Move 2 (1 for Xbox One and PS4):P2, swing your right arm upwards to your mouth; P1, jump onto P2's back and raise your arm. (C'mon) Gold Move 3 (2 for Xbox One and PS4): Rub your right leg with your lowering right arm. (Blurred Lines)
Gold Move 1 and 4 (Only Counted on Wii, Wii U, PS3, and Xbox 360)
Ievan Polkka appears in Party Master Modes in Just Dance 2016. Here are the captions for her dance moves:
One Leek Please
Ievan Polkka is the second song by a Japanese artist to only appear in the main series, following Spectronizer. However, Ievan Polkka is not a Japanese song - rather, it is Finnish in origin.
In-game, Ievan Polkka is credited to Hatsune Miku, rather than Otomania, the song's producer.
However, Otomania is credited in the credits section of this song.
This is the second song to feature Hatsune Miku in the entire series, after Tell Your World. However, it is the first in which Miku is the main artist as opposed to a featured artist.
It's also the first song by Hatsune Miku to be featured in the main series, as Tell Your World was featured in the Japanese-only Just Dance Wii U, which makes her the first artist from the Japanese series to come to the main series.