Cool Electropop Music Video Featuring 8-Bit Kimono Women

Check out this cool music video for a song called Yosawya-san by Japanese electropop group Omodaka from Far East Recordings. I like how the whole time, they make it look like the little kimono-clad 8-bit ladies with the shamisen are the ones playing the song.

I posted another Omodaka video on Boing Boing.


(Thanks, Matt!)

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