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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Tenyou no Mai lyrics

Composer: Zeami (世阿弥)
Vocals: Asami Imai (今井麻美)

Namco Taiko Blog (29 September 2011) - New Taiko's features

This Thursday's post is all about the new, hi-tech Taiko arcade, coming up this November.

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Custom Ura Frenzy - Ao no Senritsu

Curious new notecharts are being gifted to one of PSP DX's new 10-star songs. Watch out for the scrolling bar!

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

'Toccata and Fugue'

Anyone remember this pre-release screenshot from Taiko PSP DX? Everyone going nuts speculating what 'Toccata and Fugue' could be, before the actual release of the game. After July 14, it went straight away to being a red herring. For good reason as well; the song for the prefecture in question, Niigata, was one which would only be revealed two months later. A Namco Original song, Magical Little Spaceship. In hindsight we laugh at ourselves wondering why we even created a fuss in the first place.

And then we have this from Taiko Wii 4.

The fake scores in the back? Could Koibumi 2000 be a placeholder title as well? Given Namco's attention to detail when it comes to hiding secret things in screenshots, I wouldn't be surprised.

Wikihouse has removed Koibumi 2000 from their Wii4 list. It's still here, but only time will tell if this is real or not.

Taiko no Tatsujin x Mobile Suit Gundam

Catching up on old news! Released on December 11th in 2009, Namco created a special version for i-mode phones which was a collaboration with the anime series Mobile Suit Gundam. Like the Yahoo! Mobile version, this one features some special outfits from the Gundam anime, such as cannons and Gundam pins.

Obviously, even the four songs packed from this version all come from the Gundam anime; together with the old opening theme Tobe! Gundam (翔べ!ガンダム), there are three other songs which are exclusives for this game, and never released elsewhere: Nagai Nemuri (長い眠り), Kyuchi ni Tatsu Gundam (窮地に立つガンダム) and Tatakai e no Kyofu (戦いへの恐怖). The four songs have their custom dancers as well.

This package costs 315 yen.

Monday, September 26, 2011

Taiko no Tatsujin RT song list


The exact release date of this is unknown, but information seems to point to somewhere in November 2004. Taiko no Tatsujin RT ~Nippon no Kokoro~ (lit. Heart of Japan) is a simpler version of Taiko, one of Namco's three different RT (rehabilitation) game machines, and is not a game most people would get to play. Not that they would want to; the main purpose of this Taiko machine isn't to insert coins, hit all the notes and get high scores, but instead acts as a digital interactive mode of physiotherapy in Japanese hospitals to help injured people, especially old folks, to regain their limb strength, and precedes more current alternatives like Wii Fit. Namco calls it 'rehabilitation meets entertainment, or rehabilitation-ment'.

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Song of the Week! 24 September 2011


This genre has seen its fair share of new songs each Taiko generation, but has dried up in the past few years even though there is always a mainstay of three or four old songs...It's the ill-fated Children genre I'm talking about, and I'm featuring two songs from it this week!

Omikoshi Battle Mode made easy

Is the new story mode in Taiko no Tatsujin Portable DX confusing you? Don't know what to do other than play normally in battle? Don't know what all those numbers mean for you? Don't know how the support powers work? Worry not, here's a simple picture guide to sort it all out!

Screenshots and world map supplied by kathy, anongos and Zekira. Thanks!

Senpuu no Mai lyrics

Ura/Console version

Composer: Zeami (世阿弥)
Vocals: Ayane (彩音)

Mickey Mouse March lyrics

Composer: Andrew W.K.
JP vocals: unknown

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Random: Fashion of Puns outside Taiko?


In Rhythm Heaven Wii, one of the final Nintendo titles for the family-based home console system, one of its minigames features a condor and a black bird, listing random puns in a comedy show. But some of them can sound kinda familiar to the modern Taiko player...

Namco Taiko Blog 2 (15 September 2011) - Some songs for Taiko Wii 4 are confirmed

Hi guys, Zekira G. Drake here.

Today's Taiko Blog update is a list of non-Namco Original songs that will appear in Taiko Wii 4.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Custom Ura Frenzy - Mori no Kuma-san

From the same guy who created Joubutsu 200 (last week's custom Ura), here's a re-interpretation of the Ura favorite in the Children genre. What will happen if its scrolling speed gradually decreases?

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

L・O・V・E lyrics

Composer: Hiroshi Okubo (大久保博)
Vocals: Rumi Shishido (宍戸留美)

Rumor avalanche! New Taiko & Wii 4

Lokamp here! Crystalsuicune has found some rumors about the new generation of Taiko games (both New Taiko and Wii 4), from 2chan and Wikihouse. Remember that this is all unconfirmed stuff until further notice!

Monday, September 19, 2011

Site announcement: Taiko Time forums

Yep, it finally happened. Taiko Time now has its own discussion forum! Go sign up, introduce yourselves and talk about whatever!

It was originally planned as an extension to the giant Taiko discussion topic over at osu! but later expanded after it was decided that sticking to the same name, Taiko Time, would make for a better generalization and make it easier to identify. Thus, the forum is officially linked to here after about a month and a half of planning. The beatmap download topics are still devoid of download links, but this is being worked on.

It's still not complete though, because we want you to join! Come on, let's make this forum a success! Click the new button on the sidebar to go in!

Yawaraka Sensha lyrics

Composer: Rareko

*the lyrics below are supplied by KAMUI, a Slash.com user, and slightly modified. Thanks!*

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Song of the Week! 17 September 2011


Ura week! And a really new Ura for a really old song too.

Friday, September 16, 2011

Double Rose!

Just one post back we talked about a new Rose song confirmed for New Taiko, which was Red Rose Evangel. That wasn't the end of it; Famitsu and several other gaming websites (like Dengeki) also reported another Rose song not in the conference video, called Blue Rose Ruin, and this is going to Taiko no Tatsujin Wii Kettei-Ban! Right now, it's unknown whether New Taiko will get Blue and Wii4 will get Red.

Arcade gets Red Rose, console gets Blue Rose. Wonder if both arcade and console will get both songs and every other commemorative 10th anniversary song? It would make for a great surprise!

Thanks to crystalsuicune for the find!

Edit: Also not in the video shown below was the announcement of AKB48's collaboration with Taiko no Tatsujin. For the 10th anniversary they have provided a song called Kaze Wa Fuite Iru (風は吹いている), which will be on Taiko Wii 4 and New Taiko's songlists when they come out.

Namco Bandai, live from TGS

Among other things in the show like Tales of the Abyss, 3DS Tekken and Idolm@ster, Namco allocated half an hour for Taiko (which will be repeating again tonight at 9pm Japan time). Not the entire show was recorded, but all the important stuff is in here! Read more!

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Other images from Taiko Wii Kettei-Ban

Found on the Inside Games and Gpara.com websites by crystalsuicune. Let's see what's new!

Namco Taiko Blog 2 (15 September 2011) - 10 years of Taiko at Tokyo Game show!

Together with the New Taiko arcade footage covered by Zekira, this is another reminder on the blog is set for all Taiko fans, concerning some important dates for the 10th anniversary celebrations at the Tokyo Game Show. Japanese followers, write down these dates on your calendars!

Namco Taiko Blog (15 September 2011)- Details about the new arcade

Hi guys, Zekira G. Drake here....

pikaby providing all translation work ;)


Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Custom Ura Frenzy - Joubutsu 200

Along Kita Saitama's line of slow-down demons, even everyone's hell song has tasted this sensation. But who says that slower tones mean easier times?

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Song of the Week! 10 September 2011


This week's topic is focused around romanticism, under Namco's unusual point of view. The latter of this couple was also a reader request from quite some time ago!

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Namco Taiko Blog (8 September 2011)- Taiko 10th anniversary 7th big news!

If you've been following the buzz since yesterday you won't even need to guess what this is anymore. No, really!

Taiko Wii 4 partial songlist

This is presumably from the page of Famitsu talking about the game which for some reason I can't find yet, but Glaroid Room has been kind enough to update the list! So far, we know 29 songs out of the 100. A lot of the songs currently here are repeats from the past 5 years, however, in line with Namco choosing the best songs out of the past generations. Still, there are new ones if you can pick them out.

See the songs! Read more!

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Taiko PSP DX's hidden IDs, take 2

the image

They did it again! Another hidden ID behind hex values hints another future release, under a most-recognizable string. In fact, butou5 is the former songID of Hyakka Ryoran, previously mentioned for download during the Taiko Team Ustream, with a set of new custom dancers. But when it'll appear?

Taiko Wii 4 - Confidential leaks from Famitsu

Lokamp here for some updates! As linked to us by anon in the chatbox, Famitsu'sd website has already started to raise the curtain on the last Taiko Wii game, now officially announced. Taiko no Tatsujin Wii - Definitive Edition (太鼓の達人Wii 決定版) (the kanji pronounced as 'kettei-ban') is the official name of the fourth and most likely final experience of Taiko on Nintendo's home console.But fear not, this swansong is not a sad end!

First video of Karon


Zekira covered the new Namco Original, and here's the other new song for this month, the J-Pop song Karon. 7* on Oni!

Info Leak: TAIKO WII 4?!

Hi guys, Zekira G. Drake here

...unfortunately this is a formal blog so I cannot post my sudden impulse of emotion here.

However, as the title indicates... Unintentional leaks have again revealed epic shit!

First video of Zastohl no Madousho

Hi guys, Zekira G. Drake here. Autoplayed because the PSP lags like hell. Even Autoplay can't DFC when it's recording! LOL

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Custom Ura Frenzy / Black Rose Hopping


If you're wondering about the title, it isn't mispelt- it's the BRA Ura we already know, but it's fully-mapped at 1/3 and 1/6 snappings for a curious result. The same Youtube user has also done the same job for the regular Oni mode!

Namco Taiko Blog (6 September 2011)- Taiko 10th anniversary 6th big news!

Well we all saw this coming. Info leaks kind of ruin the surprises Namco gives out, but it's always fun knowing stuff earlier eh?

Taiko no Tatsujin song list

Taiko no Tatsujin arcade

A rebranding of the arcade Taiko by eschewing the numbered series and starting fresh, with no other name labels to distinguish it from the 'Taiko no Tatsujin' of 2001. Call it Taiko 15, Taiko HD, New Taiko, because this is anything but the Taiko arcade from 10 years ago! Without going further into why Namco decided on this name ambiguity, this new Taiko no Tatsujin was released on November 2011, and is Namco's 6th big surprise for Taiko no Tatsujin's 10th anniversary. The cabinet design has been changed for a slimmer, sleeker look, uses less electricity and is lighter than the old model. It has widescreen HD visuals on a lovely new LCD screen and the number of speakers is bumped up to three for surround sound.

That's not all that changes in this arcade however, from November onwards arcade Taiko will be placing emphasis on networking, and is able to connect online to download new songs whenever Namco feels like updating the song list, removing the need for complicated secret password sequences and frequent hardware revisions. Songs can also be unlocked by accumulating Don Points.

This is the first Taiko to use its 3rd official GUI (graphic user interface), and this time it is very sharply colored, bright and colorful, a lot more so than the previous one. The song/difficulty selection screen allows you to choose a genre before choosing a song, much like everything from Taiko 12 onwards, and the tutorial is now here alongside the genre list as well. Difficulty and song selection is made much more flexible and convenient than ever before. 2 players can now choose different difficulty levels and gameplay mods so both are able to perform at their own skill level and pace, while for the first time ever, players are able to alternate between playing on regular and Ura Oni, and are also able to play the same song more than once in a single play. For the first time, the random mods Kimagure and Detarame appear in an arcade. The Yam Note has also been replaced with an equivalent, called the Kusudama Note.

Don-chan and Kat-chan also get a slight redesign, their mouths are at a slightly lower position and their legs slightly longer, and animate fluidly in pseudo-3D style during play. While playing, a few elements have swapped places including the score number, Tamashii bar and difficulty icon. The results screen is a mixed bag of give and take, looking a lot neater but has greatly reduced font size for the final score and hit percentage taken out. Through a software patch, players with access to Banapassports can also view how much they have improved in a song over their personal best.

Banapassport support is also confirmed allowing finally for some personalization to every player's Taiko arcade experience. Through their profile, players can unlock secret songs, costumes and Taiko sounds for use in the arcade, and their scores and play records (in the form of gold and silver crowns just like in a home console) are also taken with them! It is unknown yet whether the songs unlocked through Banapassport will be open to the general public. Of course, anybody would want to play the new songs as there's a metric ton of them. A title system was also put in place which allows for unlocking of even more content in addition to giving players a taste of an achievement system in the arcade Taiko.

Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Kettei-Ban song list

Taiko no Tatsujin Wii Ketteiban

The 4th Wii Taiko game and Namco's 7th big surprise for Taiko's 10th anniversary. The title 'Kettei-Ban' means 'definitive version', and Wii 4 sure lives up to its name, with hands-down the most massive songlist ever on a console Taiko barring downloads; 100 songs! And like in the previous version, the big number on the front of the box isn't all that's in the disc, there are actually 105 songs (106 if Kita200 is included) and 16 Ura difficulties, the most there has ever been on any console Taiko. A portion of the songlist are old songs chosen by players as their most memorable songs and included in the game by Namco, together with several 'greatest Wii hits' where the best songs from Wii 1, 2 and 3 culminate in this giant, volumetric package together with the bundle of new songs and console firsts.

Although not widely advertised prior to launch there is a Story Mode in the game, which is a replacement to the Taiko Dojo but works the same way; complete challenges and songs under certain conditions, while the story plays out through dialogue boxes for simply playing through regular mode. 4-way local multiplayer is a returning feature, and the songlist isn't the only thing approaching triple-digits, Don-chan now has a giant wardrobe to match, with 100 costumes as well! The special 'Tsumamikui Ensou (つまみ食い演奏)' mode from Taiko Portable 2 makes its return here, and using this mode players will be able to replay through any portion of any song they like for practice, including all forked paths.

Taiko Wii 4 has one foot in the past and one in the present. Although released after the arcade remake Taiko 0, Ketteiban maintains the 2nd GUI used by Taiko 14 and the scoring and difficulty rating system is also the old one as well, which would make Wii 4 the last Taiko game to use the old format before the complete shift to the next graphics engine, and through the songlist is a glorious representation of everything that made Taiko so great over the past 10 years.

Costume gallery
Story explanation

~  Theme song ~  

No. of songs      105 
No. of secret songs47
No. of songs with Ura 15
*Haya Saitama 2000 and Kita Saitama 200 are not considered Ura

J-Pop (10 songs)
Kaze wa Fuiteiru (風は吹いている)
x3x4x4x6 (video)
Everyday, Katyusha (EVERYDAY, カチューシャ)
x3x4x4x7 (video)
Karon (カロン)
x3x3x4x7 (video)
Love Letter (ラブレター)x2x2x2x6 (video)
Arigatou (ありがとう)
Ikimono Gakari
x3x4x4x6 (video)
Joyful (じょいふる)
Ikimono Gakari
x3x4x6x6 (video)
Polyrhythm (ポリリズム)
x8 (video)
Natsu Matsuri (夏祭り)
x3x2x6x6 (video)
I Wish For You
x2x3x5x5 (video)
Egao ni Kanpai! (笑顔にカンパイ!)
Hiromi Go
x4x5x6x6 (video)

Anime (15 songs)
Best Wishes! (ベストウィっシュ!)
Pokémon Best Wishes! 
x3x3x3x5 (video)
Pokemon Ieru Kana? BW (ポケモン言えるかな? BW)
Pokémon Best Wishes! 
x3x4x4x7 (video)
Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger (海賊戦隊ゴーカイジャー)x2x3x3x5 (video)
La La La Suite Precure (ラ♪ラ♪ラ♪スイートプリキュア♪)x2 x2x3x6 (video)
Guts Guts!! (ガツガツ!!)
x3x5x5x6 (video)
Lovers (ラヴァーズ)
Naruto Shippuden
x3x5x6x6 (video)
We Are! (ウィーアー!)
One Piece 
x3x4x5x6 (video)
Tougenkyou Alien (桃源郷エイリアン)
x3x4x5x7 (video)
Odoru Ponpokorin (おどるポンポコリン)x2x3x4

x4 (video)
Yume o Kanae te Doraemon (夢をかなえてドラえもん)x1x1x2x4 (video)
Anpanman Taisou (アンパンマンたいそう)x1x2x3x2 (video)
Hamtaro Tottokou Uta (ハム太郎とっとこうた)x2x2x4x5 (video)
Yuuki 100% (勇気100%)x3x3x4x6 (video)
Tonari no Totoro (となりのトトロ)x2x3x2x5 (video)
Monologue (モノローグ) 
Oresama Kingdom
x2x2x1x2 (video)

Variety (8 songs)
Maru Maru Mori Mori (マル・マル・モリ・モリ)
Marumo no Okite theme song
x2x3x3x5 (video)
World is Mine (ワールドイズマイン)
feat. Hatsune Miku
x4x5x6x9 (video)
x3x4x5x7 (video)
Jounetsu Tairiku (情熱大陸)
x4x4x6x8 (video)
Usavich Medley (ウサビッチ・メドレー)
~Taiko no Jikan~ (~太鼓の時間~)
x3x4x5x7 (video)
Oklahoma Mixer (オクラホマミクサ)x2x3x5

x6 (video)
Russian Folk Medley (ロシア民謡メドレー)x4x4x7x7 (video)
Jingle Bells 765 Version (ジングルベル第765番)x2x3x4x8 (video)

Classic (12 songs)
Rhapsody in Blue (ラプソディー・イン・ブルー)
x3x4x6x8 (video)
William Tell Overture (ウィリアム・テル序曲)
Gioachino Rossini
x7 (video)
Turkish March (トルコ行進曲)
x3x5x6x8 (video)
Etude Op.10-4 (練習曲Op.10-4)
x4x5x8x10 (video)
Etude Op.10-4 (練習曲Op.10-4)
x5x6x8x10 (video)
Swan Lake (白鳥の湖)
~still a duckling~
x4x6x7x9 (video)
Swan Lake (白鳥の湖)
~still a duckling~
x5x7x8x10 (video)
Pomp and Circumstance (威風堂々)
x4x5x6x8 (video)
Concerto in F No.3 (ヘ調の協奏曲 第3楽章)
x4x5x7x9 (video)
Le Tombeau de Couperin (クープランの墓)
x5x7x8x9 (video)
Jupiter (木星)
Gustav Holst
x5x5x5x5 (video)
Stars and Stripes Forever (星条旗よ永遠なれ) 
x4x5x7x7 (video)
Underneath the Double-Headed Eagle (双頭の鷲の下に)
x3x4x6x8 (video)
Funiculi Funicula (フニクリ・フニクラ)
Luigi Denza
x4x6x7x7 (video)

Game Music (10 songs)
New Super Mario Bros. Wii (New スーパーマリオブラザーズ Wii)x3x4x6x9 (video)
Monster Hunter Medley (モンスターハンターメドレー)x4x4x5x8 (video)
Tales of the Abyss (テイルズ オブ ジ アビス)
The arrow was shot
x5x6x7x8 (video)
Mujihi na Ou (無慈悲な王)
x4x6x6x7 (video)
x4x5x6x8 (video)
x4x5x6x7 (video)
Ridge Racerx4x6x8x10 (video)
Ridge Racerx4x6x8x10 (video)
Ridge Racer 3D
x5x6x7x9 (video)
~Genpei Toma Den Medley~ (~源平討魔伝メドレー~)
x4x5x7x9 (video)
~Genpei Toma Den Medley~ (~源平討魔伝メドレー~)
x4x5x7x10 (video)
Kinniku no You na Bokura (筋肉のような僕ら)
~Muscle Lover Theme~ (~マッスル愛のテーマ~)
x5x6x6x8 (video)

Namco Original (50 songs)
Momoiro Taiko Paradise (ももいろ♪太鼓パラダイス)x3x5x6x7 (video)
dance stormx4x6x6x8 (video)
dance stormx5x7x8x9 (video)
Lightning Passion (らいとにんぐ ぱっしょん)x4x6x6x8 (video)
 Lightning Passion (らいとにんぐ ぱっしょん)x5x7x8x9 (video)
Danba Danba Din Dan (ダンバ・ダンバ・ディン・ダン)
x5x6x7x9 (video)
Dadakko Monster (駄々っ子モンスター)x4x5x5x7 (video)
Wanya World (わんにゃーワールド)x4x5x6x9 (video)
Blue Rose Ruinx5x7x8x9 (video)
Tsukikage SASURAI (月影SASURAI)x5x6x7x8 (video)
Mulberryx5x6x6x7 (video)
Itoshi no Mille-sama (いとしのミルさま)x3x4x5x7 (video)
All Night de Indenai (オールナイト de インデナイ) x3x4x6x8 (video)
Kaze no Naka ni Su o Kufu Kotori (風のなかに巣をくふ小鳥)x3x5x5x6 (video)
My Minex4x5x5x6 (video)
The Carnivorous Carnivalx5x7x7x10 (video)
DON'T CUTx5x7x8x9 (video)
x10 (video)
Yuugao no Kimi (ユウガオノキミ)x3x6x6x7 (video)
Scroll Mika (スクロール・ミカ)x4x4x7x8 (video)
Angel Dream (エンジェル ドリーム)x4x6x7x9 (video)
Angel Dream (エンジェル ドリーム)x5
x10 (video)
Rotter Tarminationx5x7x7x9 (video)
Rotter Tarminationx5x7x8x10 (video)
Ego Ego Atakushi (エゴエゴアタクシ)x5x7x7x9 (video)
Taiko Time (タイコタイム)x5x7x8
x10 (video)

 Taiko Time (タイコタイム)x5x7x8x10 (video)
Kikyoku ~Seasons of Asia~ (季曲 ~Seasons of Asia~)x3x5x5x7 (video)
Kikyoku ~Seasons of Asia~ (季曲 ~Seasons of Asia~)x5
x8 (video)
Numujika ac.10 (ヌムジカ ac.10)x3x5x7x9 (video)
Hikari no Kanata e (ヒカリノカナタヘ)x5x5x7x10 (video)
Hikari no Kanata e (ヒカリノカナタヘ)x5x7x8x10 (video)
Go Go Kitchen (ゴーゴー・キッチン) x5x5x7
x7 (video)
Mekadesu. (メカデス。)x4x6x7x9 (video)
Taiko Love! (太鼓ラブ!)x3x2x4x6 (video)
Densetsu no Matsuri (伝説の祭り)x3x4x5x7 (video)
Nijiiro Yumeiro Taikoiro (虹色・夢色・太鼓色)x3x5x4x7 (video) (2P video)
Fuun! Bachi o Sensei (風雲!バチお先生)x4x5x6x7 (video)
Fuun! Bachi o Sensei (風雲!バチお先生)x5x7x8x8 (video)
Heisei Taiko Kaidou (平成太鼓街道)
~Bachi no Onna~ (~バチの女~ )
x4x4x4x5 (video)
Hello! Don-chan (ハロー!どんちゃん)x3x4x4x7 (video)
Garyoutensei (画竜点睛)x5x6x6x9 (video)
Kurofune Raikou (黒船来航)x4x5x7x9 (video)
Hyakka Ryouran (百花繚乱)x3x4x4x9 (video)
Yozakura Shanikusai (夜桜謝肉祭) x4x6x8
x10 (video)
Yozakura Shanikusai (夜桜謝肉祭) x5
x10 (video)
Hyakki Yakou (百鬼夜行)x5x6x8x9 (video)
Senpuu no Mai (旋風ノ舞)x5x7x7x9 (video)
Senpuu no Mai (旋風ノ舞)x4x6x8x10 (video) (2P video)
Ryougen no Mai (燎原ノ舞)x5x7x8x10 (video)
Tenyou no Mai (天妖ノ舞)x4x6x8x9 (video)
Saitama 2000 (さいたま2000)x5x7x7x9 (video)
Haya Saitama 2000 (はやさいたま2000)x5x7x8x10 (video)
Kita Saitama 2000 (きたさいたま2000)x5x7x8x10 (video)
Kita Saitama 200 (きたさいたま200)x5x7x8x9 (video)
Mata Saitama 2000 (またさいたま2000)x5x7x8x10 (video)
Koibumi 2000 (恋文2000) x5x7x8x10 (video)
EkiBEN2000x5x7x8x10 (video)
Hataraku 2000 (はたラク2000)x5x7x8x10 (video)
Joubutsu 2000 (万戈イム一一ノ十)x5x7x8x10 (video)
Shimedore 2000 (〆ドレー2000)x5x7x8x10 (video)

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