Rock'n'Roll Prefectural Capitals
Yeah, Yeah. Ah
"Baby, Rock'n'Roll Prefectural Capitals!"
"Mini Moni's Memorisation Series!"
"Okay, everybody, let's give it our best shot!"
Hokkaido has Sapporo. And next it's...
Aomori, Akita, and Iwate has Morioka
(Wanko noodles, Wanko noodles)
Fukushima, Yamagata, Miyagi has Sendai
(Fish sausage, fish sausage)
Ibaraki has Mito, and Tochigi has Utsunomiya
(Fish paste, fish paste)
Saitama in Saitama, Yamanashi has Kofu
(Vegetable soup, vegetable soup)
Gunma has Maebashi, Kanagawa has Yokohama
Chiba and Tokyo. Nagano and Shizuoka.
Niigata, Toyama. Ishikawa has Kanazawa.
Aichi has Nagoya, Gifu and Fukui.
"By the way... What is a prefectural capital, anyway?"
"Don't be stupid. It's where all the prefectural offices are!"
Mie has Tsu, and Shiga has Otsu
(Carp sushi, carp sushi)
Wakayama, Kyoto, Nara, and Osaka
(Octopus balls, octopus balls)
Hyogo has Kobe, Okayama and Hiroshima
Shimane has Matsue, Tottori and Yamaguchi
Kagawa has Takamatsu, Ehime has Matsuyama
Tokushima, Kochi has Fukuoka, and Oita
Saga and Nagasaki. Kumamoto, Miyazaki.
And then, Kagoshima. Okinawa has Naha.
Rock'n'Roll Prefectural Capitals!
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