Yun*chi Wants to Know Your Favourite Japanese Words

Up and coming electro-pop diva Yun*chi is the latest artist to take part in the J-MELO New Song Project. The singer, who belongs to the same management as the pon-tastic Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, is asking viewers of the English language television show to help her pen her next song. Yun*chi comments;

I’m excited about this chance to create a song with people all over the world.

My favorite Japanese word is “arigato” (thank you). I like it because Japanese people are often too shy to express their gratitude.

I hope our new song communicates gratitude in some way. And I hope it brings lots of happiness to everyone who helps to create it and to everyone who hears it.

I can’t wait to see your favorite Japanese words.

If you want to help the new star, click here and drop her your favourite Japanese words! We have the hounds at the ready for anyone who says bukkake…

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About Tom Smith
Some say he's fuelled on nothing but energy drinks, and that when he visits Japan, he spends the whole time engaging the ground in an all too familiar way. But what we do know is that his words on the country's entertainment and culture find their way into NEO Magazine on a monthly basis, while everything else finds its way here. Be it quirky news item from the Land of the Rising Sun, or a story so gruesome it'd be rude not to pass it on, you'll find it here along with his general posts about life, work and most importantly play. And yes, he has had articles printed in the likes of MCV, GamesMaster, 360 Gamer and more, thanks for noticing.

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