Renai Circulation‘s lovely lyrics and addictive tunes have turned the otaku community for a long time.
Besides the fame and popularity of the popular manga-anime culture, Japanese music is equally remarkable and brilliant. For otaku, the combination of anime and the songs with addictive melodies cannot be more amazing. The most obvious example is the Renai Circulation song that has turned the otaku community over for a short time. The lovely lyrics, addictive melodies and even Kana Hanazawa’s extreme vocals make this song be transmitted and appear dense throughout the forums.
Renai Circulation was composed by Satoru Kosaki and is the fourth opening song in the popular anime series Bakemonogatari. In this series, each song corresponds to a character who is the center of the episode using that song. Renai Circulation is performed by Kana Hanazawa – who voices Nadeko Sengoku in the series. Although this song is only used in the anime’s 9 and 10 episodes, Renai Circulation is still enough to make otaku go crazy. Since its release in 2010, the song has remained the same attraction as the original.
The popularity of this song has spread strongly to the otaku community not only in Japan but also in many other countries. In Japan, after appearing in the popular anime series, Renai Circulation was covered with various instruments even though the full version of the song has not yet been released.
Besides, a dance based on the music of this song was created and attracted great attention from the Japanese online community at that time.
On international forums, Renai Circulation has been raging for years. Just search the name of the song on Youtube, a series of videos with many different topics, from anime to games or movies are created and integrated by fans on the soundtrack is Renai Circulation and there are always towering views. Besides, the cover videos in many different languages also account for a large number. On the world’s largest social network, Facebook, the posts about Renai Circulation always give great attention from the online community.