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Published on Mar 6, 2016
Nobody nose the trouble I've seen.
This is the theme song for a free online manga about... well, this. Written by Manbo (You Takahashi) and illustrated by his sister (Tsukasa Ryuuguu), as usual. And I've translated it! http://vgperson.com/other/mangaviewer...
Note that Manbo first announced he was making an online manga about a week prior, in a video of him playing Othello with Owata-P and completely dominating. Hm... Othello, huh...
In case anyone isn't familiar with tengu, go play Mega Man 8. No you don't have to do that. They're basically just goblins with long noses that can fly, and their traditional appearance is that of the mask Amaba has on at the beginning.
"Entertainose" in Japanese is "hanatare," which the background in the PV claims is short for "nose talent" - Japan uses "talent" as a term for TV personality or entertainer. However, "hanatare" also means "runny nose" or "sniveling child," so that's kinda appropriate.
Apparently Go-Home Clubs are an actual thing, and they "teach the skill of going home." Really, it's basically for students who aren't interested in any clubs. What this tells me that all Japanese schools need a Go-Soccer Club.