The World of Golden Eggs CM

By Michael Gakuran | | Other | 4 Comments |

Ooo! The Golden Eggs are back! Gotta love these insane little adverts. Plusheads and CC Lemon last year and right now on Japanese television they’re marketing a low fuel consumption car – the Nissan NOTE – again. Take a look! ^^

Just for reference, here is my previous post on The World of Golden Eggs to explain what it is a little more.

In the first video clip, Lisa and Rebecca are waking up in the morning. They leave for school and dash off, without having even done their homework (それどころじゃない!) But they arrive to find..?

Next up, The Bodybuilding Club! Oh yea! Build that pectoralis major muscle baby! (大胸筋矯正サッポーター for the win!)

Here’s a weird little one that my informant from Japan has said just started airing on Japanese television. Apparently it’s a parody of an old Japanese animation:

低燃費少女ハイジ

What’s 低燃費?? It means cars with low fuel consumption!

According to the website, the adverts will be airing like a series of episodes throughout June and July!

http://www2.nissan.co.jp/NOTE/E11/0801/

Looking forward to it! Long live the World of Golden Eggs!

Lastly, I think the above clip might be linked to this show:

Just a guess! Let me know if you have more information on it ^_^

4 comments on “The World of Golden Eggs CM
  1. nihonjon says:

    I’m a big fan as well. The “Necessary” skit was one of my favorites of all time, but even the new ones are really great.
    And I think your guess on the Alps girl is correct.w

  2. nihonjon says:

    I’m a big fan as well. The “Necessary” skit was one of my favorites of all time, but even the new ones are really great.
    And I think your guess on the Alps girl is correct.w

  3. Biggi says:

    Yeah the last clip is linked to the anime-series “Heidi” Well, thats the name in german anyways. I watched it when I was a kid. Rumours say that it is liked to Miyazaki in some way or the other. ^^

  4. Biggi says:

    Yeah the last clip is linked to the anime-series “Heidi” Well, thats the name in german anyways. I watched it when I was a kid. Rumours say that it is liked to Miyazaki in some way or the other. ^^

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