Dreams Come True at Mister Donut

I don’t know where Mister Donut gets its music. Some days it was this “Misdo Club” radio station (the announcer spoke in English and it played mostly American music) and other days it was a little bit more random. No matter which format was playing, we sat there for an hour or so every single morning and the song above played at least four times.

Every day.

Same song.

Four times.

I was the first to notice it. Then Naoto noticed and every time the song came on we would laugh. No one else in the restaurant seemed to notice at any point. It became weird, but very catchy. It’s kind of an ear worm. I have no idea what she’s saying, or how to say what she’s saying, and I find myself singing along. When we got home and Naoto found the video, it was exactly how I pictured it.

Upon further research, Naoto learned the song was written for Mister Donut…if you go to iTunes Japan site, you can see the donut on the album. Sadly, I haven’t found it on the American iTunes site…so I guess I’ll just have to watch the YouTube video over and over and over again to relive my Misdo mornings!

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3 thoughts on “Dreams Come True at Mister Donut

  1. WT says:

    Hi Kim, I recently visited Jpn and spent some mornings eating my breakfast in Mister Donut. Though I didn’t understand a single word in this song, it totally enchanted me with its beat and I couldn’t get it out of my head after my holiday. I was googling for this song and by some stroke of luck, it brought me here. I am so buying this song to relive my Mister Donut moment. Haha.

  2. kkassem says:

    This is the theme to my few years of staying in Kyoto. 🙂 Thank you!

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