Appearance of the Dancers
The dancers are a man and woman.
P1 is a man. He has black hair in a ponytail and wears a sleeveless ochre jacket, a brown shirt under it, a necklace with a metal triangle, brown jeans with a black belt, and high black boots.
P2 is a woman. She has short brown hair and wears a sleeveless brown jacket, a Bordeaux bra, blue shorts, and black ankle boots.
The background is underwater with many multi-colored bubbles, waves, and jellyfish. At some parts of the song, the background turns black with a rainbow spectrum.
There are 4 Gold Moves in the routine, all of which are the same.
All: Point your right hand up and kick your left leg. (P2 does this first, followed by P1).
- This is the second TRF song in the Just Dance Japan series. The first one was Survival dAnce ~no no cry more~ in Just Dance Wii.
- Coincidentally, both of the TRF songs in Just Dance Japan have the word 'dance' at the end of the title.
- This song was cut short for the game, the original length of the song is around four minutes and 26 seconds long.
- P1 looks very similar to the coach from Survival dAnce ~no no cry more~; he could most likely be the same coach, since he has the same hair, and wears very similar clothes.
- This song comes with two avatars: one based off of P1 and one based off of a blue jellyfish, which is inspired by the background.
- P2's earrings are very glitchy, because they tend to disappear when she puts both of her hands on her head.
- P1 resembles Sam, a dancer member of TRF and P2 seems to resemble Yu-Ki, the lead vocalist of TRF.
- P2's outfit is also similar to Yu-Ki's outfit in the music video, except for some minor details.
- This is the oldest Japanese song in Just Dance Wii U.
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