Are you excited about Gwen Stefani’s animated Kuu Kuu Harajuku: Super Kawaii? We sure are. It is now on DVD thanks to Shout! Factory. This DVD features 12 episodes from season 1 on Nick Jr.
If you have young music lovers and fashionistas in your family, this DVD will surely thrill, as it follows Love, Angel, Music, Baby and G, members of the band HJ5, as they go on a world tour. They perform in style, and their fashion is top-notch, full of colors and creativity, but with Gwen Stefani’s involvement we should expect nothing less.
Kuu Kuu Harajuku: Super Kawaii is a fast-paced series, where the band goes through one outrageous adventure after another. They will do whatever it takes to put on a performance, and nothing can slow them down.
The Kuu Kuu Harajuku series encourages self-expression and individuality, and it fosters creative thinking. It is a great way to get your little ones to think out of the box, and it keeps them entertained.
Also, check out the “kawaii” soundtrack to the much-loved TV series, available for download now on itunes.com and Amazon.com, or stream it on Apple Music and Spotify. HJ5: KUU KUU HARAJUKU features the show theme and five new songs from the hit children’s television series including, “Dancing in the Sunlight”, “Change It Up” and possibly the cutest call to arms ever, “All For One”!
Launching is a new KUU KUU HARAJUKU fashion doll and small doll line from Mattel that infuses popular Japanese harajuku fashion, and allows girls to customize and create their own fashions with interchangeable outfits and accessories. The line includes product based on singer G, plus Love, Angel, Music and Baby. Each best pal adds her unique personality to her fashion, band and fun.
The Kawaiifier / Super Kawaii Sunday
Delectabubbles / Kablooey Chewie
Water Baby / Music Zoo
The Dotted Line / Life Is But A Dream
Oh, G / Greenhouse
Control + Alt + Dimension / Angel Hair
Disclaimer: The Frugality Is Free family received a complimentary DVD for the purpose of writing a review. Any opinions expressed above are based solely on our family’s experience with the Harajuku DVD.