KinKi Kids World is for all English-speaking KinKi Kids fans who, despite the language barrier, have found themselves falling in love with KinKi Kids and their music, this is my humble attempt to bring us all closer to the world of KinKi Kids - Domoto Tsuyoshi 堂本刚 (244) and Domoto Koichi 堂本光一(51).

The contents of this blog are based primarily on contents found in other Chinese blogs, as I have only just started learning Japanese (which is とても むずがしです i.e. very difficult). I wish to thank all the Chinese Kinki Kids fans for their hard work and efforts in translating the Japanese materials/information on the KinKi Kids.

Created on 21 Sept 2008.

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Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Tayori ni shitemasen - Now in KinKi you concert 2008 and then in 1993

KinKi Kids proved themselves to be still very good dancers, by re-performing at 2008 KinKi you concert their very first "own" KinKi Kids' song - Tayori ni shitemasen, including the very energetic dance routine.

Everybody knows that Koichi is a very good dancer, and I fully agree with that. However, I once saw a backstage video clip of KinKi Kids when they were juniors and they were asked by SMAP to show the dance moves for Tayori ni shitemasen. I recall thinking then that Tsuyoshi was surprisingly actually dancing better and more in time than Koichi. So why is Koichi now perceived to be the better dancer? I guess it's probably that Tsuyoshi is just not that interested in dancing whilst Koichi really put in a lot of hard work to perfect his dance moves. I've read from other fans' blogs that Koichi used to spend a lot of time on his own practising his dancing when he was a junior. Anyway, I must say Tsuyoshi's dance moves in the 2008 KinKi you concert for Tayori ni shitemasen are really good, and as for Koichi, he's in a league of his own with his "baka" dance version! :P

[KinKi YOU DVD] Hiroshima Green Arena 2008.10.22
Credit to ne2713 for the YouTube video:

KinKi Kids's 1993 Performance of Tayori ni Shitemasen
Credit to nice0silvia for the YouTube video:

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