Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a girl with short black hair. She wears a sky blue and indigo striped shirt with pink and purple accessories, a golden bracelet on her right arm, a dark blue skirt, long hot pink socks, and black sneakers.
The routine takes place outside of a school building. It has light blue windows, plants with flowers coming out of the windows, a clock which reads 10:10, and a blue flag, that reads "48". The dancer is standing on the entrance to the building. It is decorated with the same plants and trees with blue butterflies in them. The sky changes from blue to orange in a cycle. During the bridge, everything turns hot pink, and you can't see the building.
There are 7 Gold Moves in the routine:
Gold Moves 1, 3, 5, and 7: Blow a kiss.
Gold Moves 2, 4, and 6: Jump and clap at the same time.
- Kiss Datte Hidarikiki is the first song by SKE48 in the series.
- Kiss Datte Hidarikiki is the longest song in the series, being five minutes and six seconds. It is followed by China, which is the longest song in the main series.
- The pictograms have dark yellow arrows, although the coach is wearing an orange glove.
- There is a glitch during the bridge where, when the coach kneels down and touches the floor with her hand, a huge black patch forms.
- Kiss Datte Hidarikiki, Dance My Generation, Electric Boy, Love Machine, and Tell Your World are the only routines on Just Dance Wii U that do not have an unlockable avatar.
- There is a typo in the codename: Instead of being written as KissHidari, it is written as KissHidori.
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