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The Twelve Days of Tsunku-mas: Gomattou Medley December 25, 2010

Posted by Nights4Saturn in Hello! Project, Jpop.
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On the twelfth day of Tsunku-mas, my true love gave to a Gomattou Christmas medley:

This performance also comes to us via the Happy Xmas Show, but this time from Christmas Day 2004.

Now, while they were never called Gomattou during that show or performance, c’mon, that’s Gomattou. Aya, Miki, and Gocchin are easily my favorite of the “Elder Club” members (is that even a relevant term anymore?) so to see them all together is just amazing.

First, to mention the music. We have a live orchestra, which is always fantastic, but we also get to hear renditions of classic Japanese pop songs, something a person like me doesn’t really have the opportunity to hear, which is also pretty neat. And with these three girls, there really is no doubt about the quality of their renditions. =D

Then secondly we have the visual presentation. The girls’ dresses are absolutely gorgeous, and when they are all on the same stage together the colors contrast fantastically with each other. Seeing them all decked out like that is really something. It reminds me of the “Mopremes” segment from the 2003 Happy Xmas Show, just taken to a whole new level.

Thirdly, we have the conductor. Seriously. He’s fantastic in his own right. 😀

Honestly, this is one of my favorite performances in general, and the fact that it just happened to be Christmas related gave me a fantastic excuse to share it with you guys!

I hope you all have a fantastic and safe Christmas with all of your family and loved ones!



1. Takoyaki - July 19, 2011

White, green and red tiles.
The three are also called Dragon tiles.

White is for skin color
dark green is for hair color
and red is for lip color, representing the three features of a beauty.

(credit: dctpws translation)

(watch this for a better understanding: http://www.animecrazy.net/detective-conan-magic-files-episode-3/ )

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