It seems like Hime Kyun Frui Can waited all season for the perfect moment to film the promotional video for “Tsubomi no sakura (蕾の桜)”. The sakura of the song’s title are in gorgeous bloom. The girls in their chocolate colored seifuku take their trip to see the blossoms and everything looks picture perfect. The song “Tsubomi no sakura” is at the scholastic dewiness pace, which is to say not too fast. Guitars play the major accompaniment with pristine tones and a touch of drive. Meanwhile, a lone violin seems to fight the good fight up there in the mix alone. I know how these songs tend to play to most of the readers out there, so be warned: “Tsubomi no sakura” is beautiful but not for you if want all your music at at a quick pace. You can find “Tsubomi no sakura” on Hime Kyun Fruit Can’s new mini album “NUMBER30” … if you can find it. Unfortunately I don’t have any links to share with you.
Hime Kyun Fruit Can (ひめキュンフルーツ缶), also written as Himekyun Fruits Kan, is a Japanese pop and punk-pop girl group from the Ehime Prefecture. An audition was set up in 2010 and later that year the group was revealed. They made their debut in 2011 with the single “Renai Energy Hoson no Housoku”. The original line-up graduated from the group in October 2017, and the group restarted with new members that same November. Hime Kyun Fruit Can’s current lineup includes members Nakamura Momoka (中村 百花), Nagao Mana (長尾 茉南), Nakano Kyouka (中野 京香), Tomozawa Haruka (友澤 春香), Horie Kou (堀江 洸), Horii Riho (堀井 梨穂), Tomochika Yuma (友近 由麻), and Miyamoto Kurena (宮本 紅).
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