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Published on Jul 9, 2009
Title: スーパートルコ行進曲－オワタ＼(^o^)／に絵を付けてみた【完成】 Super toruko kousinkyoku owata ni e wo tuketemita (I draw illustlations for Super Turkish March Owata). Music arranged & Lyrics written by オワタP（Owata-P） www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm4144858 Illustrated by アトラ(Atora) www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm4405941
*Such as "ti", "tu" or "si" is Kunrei-siki romaji and "chi", "tsu" or "shi" is Hepburn romaji. Kunrei-siki is formal and taught at school in Japan, but Hepburn is also often used as well. Though Kunrei-siki as it follows the rules of hiragana better, while Hepburn romaji is based on the English phonological system. Actually either will do. Just like the difference between spelling "color" and "colour". http://p.tl/qsC_