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*K-On*'s songs are high quality and enjoyable in their own right. Opening songs *Cagayake! Girls*, *GO! GO! MANIAC*, and *Utauyo! MIRACLE* feature Yui as the singer and are upbeat and hyperactive to match her personality. Ending songs *Don’t say 'lazy'*, *Listen!!*, and *NO, Thank You!* feature Mio as the singer and are moodier. As a music anime, *K-On* of course features insert songs for the band to perform, such as *Watashi no Koi wa Hotchkiss*, *Fude Pen ~Boru Pen~*, and of course its debut and signature piece, *Fuwa Fuwa Time*. *K-On*'s songs compete with pop songs; in fact, several *K-On* albums have hit the top charts in Japan, a testament to their popularity. Compared to Western pop songs on the radio, *K-On*'s songs are both more wholesome and more musically pleasing. Some songs (*Fuwa Fuwa Time*, *Watashi no Koi wa Hotchkiss*) are cliche romantic ones (except in Japanese). Other songs celebrate food (*Curry Nochi Rice*, *Gohan wa Okazu*) or family (*U&I*). The songs of Ho-kago Tea Time have positive messages but aren’t moralizing, fitting the ethos of the show. Although the *kawaii* voice of Aki Toyosaki as Yui isn’t for everyone, I like it, and the cool voice of Yoko Hikasa as Mio is simply elegant. Underneath the vocals, full-fledged chord progressions, bass lines, and drum beats stack up to add satisfying layers to the music. I confess that I prefer *K-On* songs over many songs on the radio.
*K-On* is so moving that it became an inspiration to me. In some ways, *K-On* is relatable: The characters are high schoolers living out their daily lives. They undergo high school activities such as studying and field trips, and eventually, they prepare for college. Like Yui and Ritsu, I turned my future plans form late! However, I can’t say that I have as close friends as the light music girls have in each other. *K-On* made me realize that I haven’t been making the most out of my life and youth, and now I try to pay more attention to friendships and live the remainder of my high school days to the fullest. Additionally, Yui is a role model who inspired me to learn the guitar. In the beginning, she has no aspirations. In the Light Music Club, Yui picks up the guitar. Ui observes her sister's change: "Now that I think about it, Sis has been really energetic ever since she joined the club. Until a little while ago," she was quite aimless, but "she's really focused now." By the end of the series, Yui is a capable guitarist. Seeing Yui's growth from a freshman with no direction in life to a senior who found her passion in the guitar inspired me to learn the instrument. Further motivating me are *K-On*'s genuinely good songs, which I wish to be able to play one day. *K-On* has positively impacted my life by showing me the value of youth and encouraging me to try the guitar like Yui.
*K-On* is so moving that it became an inspiration to me. In some ways, *K-On* is relatable: The characters are high schoolers living out their daily lives. They partake in high school activities such as studying and field trips, and eventually, they prepare for college. Like Yui and Ritsu, I turned my future plans form late! However, I can’t say that I have as close friends as the light music girls have in each other. *K-On* made me realize that I haven’t been making the most out of my life and youth, and now I try to pay more attention to friendships and live the remainder of my high school days to the fullest. Additionally, Yui is a role model who inspired me to learn the guitar. In the beginning, she has no aspirations. In the Light Music Club, Yui picks up the guitar. Ui observes her sister's change: "Now that I think about it, Sis has been really energetic ever since she joined the club. Until a little while ago," she was quite aimless, but "she's really focused now." By the end of the series, Yui is a capable guitarist. Seeing Yui's growth from a freshman with no direction in life to a senior who found her passion in the guitar inspired me to learn the instrument. Further motivating me are *K-On*'s genuinely good songs, which I wish to be able to play one day. *K-On* has positively impacted my life by showing me the value of youth and encouraging me to try the guitar like Yui.
*K-On* is a masterpiece with a heartwarming message. The anime depicts everyday moments in high-caliber animation to convey the depth of friendship between Mio, Ritsu, Mugi, Yui, and Azusa. Each character is endearing in her own way and contributes her own personality to the lively Light Music Club. As an anime about a music club, *K-On* features catchy J-pop songs that rival or surpass songs on the radio and make you wish you could play the same music as Ho-kago Tea Time. *K-On* is a treasure that you must watch at least once in your lifetime.
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