Every once in a while, I team up with the musical duo Momotama to play an anisong or two live. Here’s Momotama singing the wonderful insert/ED from Tari Tari, “Kokoro no Senritsu (Melody of the Heart),” featuring yours truly on piano, at Anime LA 2013. Sorry this video is so late in coming. I’ve also included a downloadable audio file for your listening pleasure too. Enjoy! (NOTE: you may need to turn off your adblocker on this page to see the video.)
And if my less-than-perfect playing doesn’t quite satisfy, here is a gif to make you happy.
If you touch her nice melons, she’ll yell at you, “Na… Hagero! (What… Go bald!)” ” Baka! Detette! (Stupid! Get out of here!)” “Baka! Otankonasu! (Stupid! Jerk!)” For do-M (super-masochist) otaku who wants to be sworn at, nothing is more grateful than this. Arigatou-gozaimashita! (Thank you very much!)
Her butt, she’ll say, “Shinjirarenai! (I can’t believe it!)” “Yareyare… (Oh dear…)” But this app only has a spanking sound if you click on her butt. I wonder why…
Her private part. “Gomen, chotto taichou warui kara… (Sorry, I’m not feeling good…)” Yes, that means she’s having Girl’s Day!
And if you’re playing idle, she’ll say, “Hayaku! (Hurry up! What are you waiting for?)” “Nani? (What?)” “Moji-moji shite kimoi ne. (You’ve been acting hesitant and creepy).”
You can also go to Konatsu’s app if you click on her face, but as an okazu she’s…well, she’s cute in her own way!
We didn’t think it would end up being as good as it was! Ray and gendomike sound off in another audio Face Off about one of summer 2012’s sleeper hits, Tari Tari. We talk about how it beat our low expectations of the genre and its initial first impressions, where it turned around, and why it succeeds as a feel good show. And Sawa. Oh, yes, Sawa.
As a gift to you, here is a GIF that you may enjoy which encapsulates the virtues of this series.
(HT: notsuki. There really is an awful lot of this…)