The show features G and the Harajuku Girls (Love, Angel, Music and Baby) and follows their adventures in Harajuku World. Together the girls form the band, HJ5; however every gig they book ...
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The show features G and the Harajuku Girls (Love, Angel, Music and Baby) and follows their adventures in Harajuku World. Together the girls form the band, HJ5; however every gig they book seems to get interrupted before they can ever actually play. Thanks to their "adorable" but hopeless manager Rudie, angry aliens, "NoFun" politicians, hungry monster pets, and other obstacles, the girls never get to complete a concert.
I really love this show! The only problem is that the animation isn't that great, but the animation is never good the first season of any cartoon. It's perfect for any age group(my 12 year old sisters love it!). I think that the best quality of the show is its bright colors and creative locations. The girls travel all over to play their music, and each backdrop is more creative than the last. There's a good mix of plot and action, and each character has something special they bring to the group. No one is left just sitting on the sidelines while the others fight for her. There's also the creative harajuku fashion, which is great for any kid who loves to get creative with his or her style. This show can be enjoyed by both boys and girls, although there is a heavier lean towards the girl demographic.
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