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Tempura Kidz & Cider Cider

Going viral right now. Be ahead of the curve, and with a color scheme to match. Right here at wdydfae!

These kids are about 14. They are occassional back dancers for Kyary Pamyu Pamyu. “Cider” basically means a clear carbonated drink like Sprite or 7-Up.

Update: They dance this song at various locations. Here they are doing it in front of a local Shinto shrine.

I like the blacklight version better, but if you were interested in the alley shrine post, this is what a more typical local shrine looks like.

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5 responses to “Tempura Kidz & Cider Cider

  1. Sis ⋅

    my five year old will love this, she’s into rainbows

  2. wdydfae

    I’m glad to hear that! Thanks! I don’t know whether to also recommend Kyary Pamyu Pamyu or offer you a somber advisory against. Kyary dominates the J-pop category here if you want to scroll through and apply the parental filter:
    https://whatdoyoudoforanencore.wordpress.com/category/music/j-pop/

  3. wdydfae

    Um . . . this is getting weird. I checked out this group a little bit and found out the kid in the middle with the “Where the Wild Things Are” get up, well, it’s a boy, named P-chan.

    Maybe we should all just sit down, take a deep breath, and reassess this thing.

    In addition, the lyrics (you can click for captions/subtitles) rival Rebecca Black’s Friday for inanity.

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