World Order – Have A Nice Day (in Akihabara)

Japanese music video for Have A Nice Day by techno-pop group World Order. Decent song, interesting choreography and video concept…

The MV featured many elements of Tokyo’s Akihabara Electric Town, e.g. cosplay, specialist stores, maid cafe, anime, arcades, and girl group AKB48 etc.

World Order was formed in 2009 by Genki Sudo, a retired mix-martial artist and kickboxer, who also wrote most (if not all) of the group’s songs.

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Comments

  1. MaJieMao says

    That was quite entertaining, what is the connection to AK48? Same record label or something? I would of loved to gone to Akihabara in my youth but now I feel too old for that place.

    • Yein Jee says

      AKB48 started their career in Akihabara (the group name was derived from that) and still run a daily theatre there. AFAIK World Order don’t have connection with AKB48, it’s probably on goodwill (and free promotion, win-win).

      • MaJieMao says

        Uh that’s weird you couldn’t do that in the USA without permission you’d be sued for using their image.

        • Yein Jee says

          Japan is probably stricter in this matter. They do have permission to use the image, and it’s not a usual AKB48 stage (normally there’s a mix of popular and lesser members, but all the girls in the video are relatively popular), the footage was specially filmed for the MV.

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