K.K. Faire

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K.K. Faire
Japanese ハイサイけけ Korean 혼저옵서예K.K. Chinese 冲绳K.K.
French Virelai Kéké Italian K.K. Festa Spanish Tota-romanza
German K.K. Jahrmarkt Dutch K.K.-⁠boerendans Russian Ярмарка К. К.
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Aircheck
Live Performance
Genre Okinawan folk
Mood Lazy
Instruments Sanshin,
High wind instruments,
Drum
Owned by Antonio (WW onwards),
Chico,
Cyrano,
Fang (AC),
Rasher,
Rory,
Violet,
Shinabiru
Order 18
Main
appearances
Doubutsu no Mori
Animal Crossing
Doubutsu no Mori e+
Wild World
City Folk
New Leaf
Happy Home Designer
New Horizons

"K.K. Faire", or ハイサイけけ (Haisai Keke) is a K.K. Slider song that is old-fashioned, traditional, and sounds much like traditional folk music from Okinawa and the Ryukyu Islands of Japan. The instruments appear to be mainly traditional Ryukyuan instruments, such as the Sanshin (banjo-like instrument), as well as the voice of an elderly man singing lead (K.K. Slider's vocal parts), with occasional cheerful chants (the high wind instrument) that are often heard in traditional-style dances at festivals. Cheri (June on the e-Reader card) and Truffles can be seen on the cover, dancing with K.K. Slider while dressed in traditional Japanese clothing. Antonio (beginning in Wild World), Rasher, Cyrano, Chico, Fang (in Animal Crossing), Rory, Shinabiru, and Violet play this song on the stereo in their homes.

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Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese ハイサイけけ
Haisai Keke
Hello K.K.[nb 1]

Korean 혼저옵서예K.K.
Honjeoopseoye K.K.
Welcome K.K.[nb 2]

Simplified Chinese 冲绳K.K. (iQue)
Chōngshéng K.K.
Okinawa K.K.

Russian Ярмарка К. К.
Yarmarka K. K.
K.K. Fair

Dutch K⁠.⁠K⁠.-⁠⁠boerendans K.K. Farmer's Dance

German K.K. Jahrmarkt K.K. Fair

European Spanish Tota-romanza K.K. Romance

European French Virelai Kéké K.K. Virelai

Italian K.K. Festa K.K. Fest

Notes[edit]

  1. ハイサイ ("haisai") is the traditional greeting in Okinawa
  2. 혼저옵서예 ("honjeoopseoye") means "welcome" in the Jeju-do dialect