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In an emotional four-minute YouTube video, now viewed almost 5million times, she asks for forgiveness and displays her shaven head, a traditional act of contrition in Japan. A member of the popular girl band AKB48, Miss Minegishi explained she decided to.
In the tradition of “Toy Story,” “Wreck-It Ralph” imagines the secret lives of children ... song that explains why Ralph is so upset, as well as AKB48’s fizzy J-pop “Sugar Rush” theme) and animated in a way that incorporates the limitations.
Song also featured in November 2 film's 'Sugar Rush' game world Producer Clark Spencer said about the song, "We've always thought of Sugar Rush—with its nod to anime—as a game that may have originated in Japan. So we went to Japan and got the hottest J.
Foreigners living in Japan often give Japanese TV a hard time. For many, it’s either too weird, too predictable or too obnoxious. If it really is so bad though, surely shows like "Iron Chef" and "Ninja Warrior" (Sasuke) would never have been introduced.
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“Jump into your racing car; SUGAR RUSH SUGAR RUSH ... different television commercials in a single day (90). AKB48 have their own manga series, monthly newspaper and a string of best-selling video games. The Japanese government has even put them on.
Netflix dropped another season of BoJack Horseman this weekend. As is tradition, I sat down and watched all of it all in one go without realizing. While Kotaku’s managing editor Riley MacLeod, intern Chloe Spencer and I had some problems with the fourth.
While the game is certainly an enjoyable experience, it’s also a wonderful introduction to Japanese pop music ... are definitely energetic. AKB48’s “Koisuru Fortune Cookie,” “Aitakatta Oedo,” or “Sugar Rush” could be solid picks too.
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