Appearance of the Dancers
The routine features two female dancers, both of whom resemble the members of Wink.
P1 resembles Shōko Aida. She has long blue hair. She also has blue hair clips, a blue necklace, and a blue shirt, along with a red skirt, and purple high-heels.
P2P2 resembles Sachiko Suzuki. She has short blue hair done up with a yellow hair clip and is wearing a yellow shirt, along with a blue skirt, and purple sandals.
The routine appears to be taking place within a hall with two long staircases. There are two fish decorations behind the dancers (P1 has yellow, P2 has blue).
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Move 1: Put your right hands together facing each other.
Gold Move 2: Bring both of your hands up slowly.
Gold Move 3: Put both of your hands together. This is the final counted move of the routine.
- This is the second oldest Japanese song in the Japanese series, being from 1989.
- It is only beaten by UFO, which is from 1977.
- At some points in the routine, it appears like the coaches do the chicken dance.
- "Samishii Nettaigyo" means "Lonely Tropical Fish" in Japanese, which explains the fish in the background.
- The dancers have a very realistic appearance, unlike the other coaches of the game.
- The choreography mostly comes from the music video. However, some modifications were made to the routine to make it easier.
- In the menu icon, the coaches’ dresses do not have the shine effect and the fish are not present.
- The dancers never smile throughout the routine.
- In certain points of the chorus, a pictogram is incorrectly recycled: it tells P1 to face the left and P2 to face the right, although the coaches are facing the screen.
Official Music Video
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