The dancer is a geisha with Japanese-style makeup. She has black hair in many curves connected by a golden barrette, and wears a pink and white striped robe, dark blue patent leggings, pink and yellow wedges, a black and a turquoise elbow-length glove, a pink transparent mask, a dark pink belt with a yellow diamond in the middle, and a golden choker on her neck.
The background consists of rocky mountains and a volcano in the distance. The ground is imprinted with branch-like patterns that glow accordingly to the dancer's movement. Starting from the line "Oh baby look what you started" pink cherry blossom trees grow from the ground one by one until the chorus starts. The sky is covered in a pink smoke and cherry blossoms rising from the ground. During the chorus, the screen transitions with the scene turning white with flowers rising. The scene then turns into a closeup of tree branches flowers sprouting up, flashing to the beat and a distant image of a blossom, with this background moving in a counterclockwise circle. At the bridge, there are flowers with its petals exploding behind the dancer. After the bridge, the sky turns purple, with the ground that is normally black becoming white, not to mention the mountains. When "So come light me up" is sang in the final chorus, cherry blossoms drift down until the end of the routine.
In the Community Remix, two screens surrounded by pink smoke are shown.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine: Gold Move 1: Join your hands together, and raise your arms. Gold Move 2: Point to both directions with your hands while your arms are up at a 90 degree angle. Gold Move 3: Lower your arms with your hands together. This is the final move of the routine.
The dancer’s wedges are in the same shape as Super Bass’s wedges, with the only difference being the colors.
She also wears an identical mask to the alternate dancer of Bad Romance, hairstyle identical to the coaches of Hey Mama (Geisha Version), and a pair of pants identical to the coach of Lights.
This song was revealed at the VMAs, where the song's music video received four nominations.
The line "A little less conversation and a little more touch my body" is referenced in the ESRB rating summary, and it is part of the reason for the "Mild Lyrics" rating.  This line is also similar to a line from A Little Less Conversation.
The line "But baby don't let them see it" appears divided as "But baby don't let them"/See it" in the first chorus, but appears as "But baby"/"Don't let them see it" in the rest of the song.
"My boy" in the line "A little dangerous, my boy" does not appear in the lyrics.
The lyric "I’m on the edge with no control" is misinterpreted as "I’m on the edge of no control".
The lyric "Made too many mistakes" has added an I in the lyric reading it as "I made too many mistakes".
Into You is featured in the Just Dance Unlimited playlist "Beats from the Far East", which actually contains songs in Chinese, Japanese and Korean.