- 1 Appearance of the Dancer
- 2 Background
- 3 Gold Moves
- 4 Appearances in Playlists
- 5 Trivia
- 6 Gallery
- 7 Videos
- 8 References
- 9 Site Navigation
Appearance of the Dancer
The dancer is a woman. She is dressed in Oshare Kei fashion, a style of visual kei. She has hot pink hair with black streaks and is tied in two buns that pop out of her hood, while the rest of her hair is down. She is wearing a dark-teal hoodie edged with pink frills on the sleeves, a shiny hot pink skirt over a teal tulle skirt, purple and black fishnet stockings, dark purple socks with neon light pink bows printed on them, and black shoes with yellow tongues and a hot pink chihuahua head on each of them. Her accessories include a large black belt with golden buckles, hot pink and yellow flower necklaces, and three studded bracelets.
At the beginning of the routine, the dancer walks up to a Japanese photo booth and taps on the screen. She is then transported inside it. During the verses, the background is pink with flashing hearts. In the screen, there are pink stripes with a rainbow, two puppets on the left and right sides of the dancer, and words written in hiragana and katakana. There are eight buttons with icons, four on each side of the screen.
The background has bluish-purple stripes and a rainbow, while black-and-white objects fly around. Eight flying monsters wearing eyeball bows show up and fly away, and then more objects appear from the bottom-right corner and fly to the top-left corner. During the chorus' second segment, the background becomes a purple and red tunnel, with pink objects flying in random directions behind the dancer. Every time the title of the song is sung, the title appears, written in hiragana (さようなら).
During the interlude, the background is black and gray. There are two thunderclouds appearing on the left and right side of the dancer. Thunder strikes and the black rainbow flashes its regular colors.
There are 3 Gold Moves in this routine:
Gold Moves 1 and 2: Quickly cross your arms to "slash" the screen.
Gold Move 3: With your left arm on your hip, swing your right hand in a circle, first towards your left hip, then your right.
Sayonara is featured in the following playlists:
Just Dance 2018
Just Dance Now
- Sayonara is the third song by Wanko Ni Mero Mero in the series.
- Sayonara is the seventh song composed by Tom Salta in the series.
- Love Ward and Sayonara are the fifth and sixth Japanese songs in the main series.
- "Sayonara" (さようなら) translates to "goodbye" in Japanese.
- Sayonara is the fastest song in the series, at 220 BPM.
- In Just Dance (Original Creations & Covers from the Video Game), the second post-chorus and the bridge have been extended.
- Sayonara’s code name is "SayonaraRetake". This implies that the song originally had a different choreography, routine, coach and/or background.
- On the thumbnails for the preview videos, the coach has a higher saturation, differently designed bracelets and a larger black strand on her fringe.
- Additionally, she has been mirrored, making her glove appear on her left hand.
- The coach appears in the background of Fire as part of the character selection screen.
- One background error can be noticed as the light blue part of the rainbow is the only color lit up.
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