Fandom

Touhou Wiki

Lyrics: Meiring-Ramen 1884

7,297pages on
this wiki
Add New Page
Talk0 Share

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.

Meiring-Ramen 1884

Lyrics: 七条レタス Arrange: D.watt Vocal: 神波千尋(天然ジェミニ)

Are wa itsu datta kke naa, Mou zuibun mae da naa
Are wa umakatta kke naa, Aa, donna n da kke naa
Miso, shio shouyu, Sono chuuningu[1]
Hi no de no kuni no mikaku ni awase koko de umidashita

tuning the Land of the Rising Sun

Raamen Meiring Hong Meiling
Raamen Meiring Hong Meiling

Gokujou no kona wo utsu genkotsu no guruubu
Kaori ga takitsukeru honnou wo mae ni san-pun matenakute[2]
Maji komatta Maji komatta Maji komatta Maji komatta

groove

Owa cha cha cha cha cha...
Omae wa mou... Hong Meiling!
[3]

Are wa itsu datta kke naa, Saikin na n da kedo naa
Wasureppokute ikan[4] naa, Mada un-sai na no ni naa
Shomin no aji ni egao wo motomu
Sonna youkai ni watashi wa naritai[5] to yuu koto de

Raamen Meiring Hong Meiling
Raamen Meiring Hong Meiling

Akai akuma ni sasagu chi no iro no suupu
Karai no ga suki ka to yuu to, sou de mo nai rashikute
Tame ni natta Tame ni natta Tame ni natta Tame ni natta
Kashikomatta Kashikomatta Kashikomatta Kashikomatta

soup

(Hitotsu!) Hitotsu, hikage no yatai de mo
(Futatsu!) Futatsu, furari to yotta nara
(Mittsu!) Mittsu, mikaku wa don'yoku na...[6]
Raamen Meiring, Hong Meiling

Raamen Meiring Hong Meiling
Raamen Meiring Hong Meiling ...

Ie no mae ja akinau basho ga warui
Dokuritsu, datsu-monban, sugoi kao de tomerarete
Maji komatta Maji komatta Maji komatta Maji komatta...

Demae nara, ima tsukimashita

Kanji

Attention: This article is a stub. If you can add to it in any way, please do so.



^  On the original lyrcis, the kanji "調整" is used for this word, which is read normally as "chousei".
^  The most successful instant noodle, Wikipedia:Cup Noodles, introduces its making; wait in three minutes after adding hot water.
^  This is a parody of a phrase of Hokuto no Ken.
^  On the original lyrcis, the kanji "遺憾" is used for this word, which is a pun of "いかん" (ikan), a rough form of "いけない" (ikenai, not good).
^  This is a parody of the last verse of Kenji Miyazawa's poem "Ame ni mo makezu". "Sou yuu mono ni watashi wa naritai." (I want to be such a person.)
^  The first syllable of each line is the same as that of number counting. This pattern of word play is often seen in TV samurai drama, Momotarō-zamurai(1976-1981).

Also on Fandom

Random Wiki