The concert is almost upon us. Here are 2 more chants to round things off!


TIKI BUN

* Audio has been mixed with an audio rip from the current tour to enhance the chants.

Chants breakdown

The chants for this song are very simple.

“OI” six times during the intro (00:14~).

“OI” sixteen times during the interlude (03:49~).

Furi copy

Not much to do for copying dance moves either. Just be sure to raise your arms when your favorite girl does so. Also feel free to do the DJ disc scratching move if you like.


Wagamama Kinomama Ai no Joke

Chants breakdown

No “OI” this time. The only thing you need to yell is one line of lyrics, “Ai sare tai” (I want to be loved). This line appears a few times at the end of each chorus and each time, Riho will prompt the audience to chant.

Another important thing. The last “Ai sare tai” of each chorus is performed by different members. Remember to cheer loudly after each of the three member sings this line. Ma-chan sings it last, and she has previously stated how she loves fans going nuts after she sings her line.

Furi copy

Do NOT slap people around you!


This ends Road to Morning Musume ’14 concert in NYC guide series. If you want to go back and review anything you might have missed, here are the links:

Road to Morning Musume ’14 concert in NYC part 1
Road to Morning Musume ’14 concert in NYC part 2
Road to Morning Musume ’14 concert in NYC part 3
Road to Morning Musume ’14 concert in NYC part 4
Road to Morning Musume ’14 concert in NYC part 5
Road to Morning Musume ’14 concert in NYC part 6 – Password is 0 – chant instructions
Road to Morning Musume ’14 concert in NYC part 7 – What is LOVE? – chant instructions
Road to Morning Musume ’14 concert in NYC part 8 – Ai no Gundan – One Two Three (updated) – chant instructions
Road to Morning Musume ’14 concert in NYC part 9 – Happy Daisakusen (updated) – chant instructions

Hopefully you have found useful information from these guides to help you better your time in New York.


Bonus!

In Japan, after concerts, wotas usually do an ending chant to thank the members for putting on a good show. Those who have been to Berryz Koubou’s two state side appearances should already be well accustomed to this behavior.

Here’s an example from a Morning Musume ’14 concert:

The wotas starts off with a “Musume Saikou” (Musume is the best) chant. Yell “Musume Saikou” 5 to 7 times, then clap and cheer. Finish off with a few “Banzai” (Hooray).

Next they repeat this with the city’s name, in this case, “Yamagata Saikou” (Yamagata is the best). Clap, cheer and “Banzai” again.

Then they move on to member specific chants, “Oya-sayumin” (Good night Sayumin) and “Oyasu-Mizuki” (Good night Mizuki).

“See you Ayumin” is another variation.

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