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OP/ED: サクラ・ゴーラウンド / Sakura Go-Round
Title サクラ・ゴーラウンド
Sakura Go-Round
Song サクラ・ゴーラウンド
Song Artist 私立恵比寿中学 (Shiritsu Ebisu Chūgaku)
OPED Details:


The ending starts with ornaments in the shapes of Satoshi's, Iris's and Dent's Pokémon falling in front of a wooden surface with a snowflake carved on it. The surface then opens like a double-leaf door for a collage of artistically drawn pictures to appear on the screen next.

The first picture shows Satoshi, Iris and Dent spending some leisure time together with their Pokémon at a stream in a forest. The next scene shows a young N at a castle terrace surrounded by wild Pokémon, the Goddess of Love and the Goddess of Peace. During the time the first pair of pictures were shown, flowers petals were falling symbolizing spring.

The following picture shows Satoshi, Iris and Dent in a city. Iris is walking ahead of the group together with Kibago, while Satoshi and Dent are behind her, hands full of shopping bags and boxes. A grown-up N is then shown on a cliff filled with greenery and running waters gazing at the view of the nearby city, once again surrounded by wild Pokémon.

A picture of Satoshi sleeping under a tree appears on the screen next. Satoshi is cuddled up with Pikachu who is wearing his cap and the both of them are sleeping close to the campfire. The following scene shows N sitting next to a campfire deep in his thoughts while his wild Pokémon friends are sound asleep. For this pair of images, green leaves with shades of orange were seen falling, symbolizing autumn.

The ending then transitions to a winter setting. N is once again surrounded by his wild Pokémon friends and is petting a winter-form Shikijika.

The final scenes show N on a boat leaving the forest where his Pokémon friends live, while they wave him goodbye. The trees are filled with blooming flowers and flower petals are falling everywhere around them. One of them lands on N's hand. A new wooden surface closes like a double-leaf door and on it is a carving of N with a cherry blossom in the middle.

Pokémon Smash 121

In Pokémon Smash 121, Neese went to visit with the members of Shiritsu Ebisu Chūgaku (私立恵比寿中学) after a live performance. They told people that they were the ones that perform the new ending and to let the Smash viewers know to watch the ending on Pocket Monsters Best Wishes Season 2 Episode N.

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Pokémon Smash 125

In Pokémon Smash 125,Golgo introduced the guests as the current ending theme singers for Pocket Monsters Best Wishes Season 2 Episode N: Shiritsu Ebisu Chūgaku (私立恵比寿中学) who sing the song Sakura-go-round (サクラ・ゴーラウンド). The group consists of the following members: Mizuki (瑞季), Rika Mayama (真山 りか), Natsu Anno (杏野 なつ), Ayaka Yasumoto (安本 彩花), Aika Hirota (廣田 あいか), Mirei Hoshina (星名 美怜), Hirono Suzuki (鈴木 裕乃), Rina Matsuno (松野 莉奈) and Hinata Kashiwagi (柏木 ひなた). They all showed up on set to sing the ending live. They also sang lines that are part of the full version of the song.

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  • Japan サトシ
  • Japan Satoshi
  • Japan Satoshi
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  • United States Ash's Pikachu
  • Japan サトシのピカチュウ
  • Japan Satoshi no Pikachu
  • Japan Satoshi's Pikachu
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  • United States Ash's Charizard
  • Japan サトシのリザードン
  • Japan Satoshi no Lizardon
  • Japan Satoshi's Lizardon
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  • United States Iris
  • Japan アイリス
  • Japan Iris
  • Japan Iris
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  • United States Iris' Axew
  • Japan アイリスのキバゴ
  • Japan Iris no Kibago
  • Japan Iris' Kibago
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  • United States Ash's Oshawott
  • Japan サトシのミジュマル
  • Japan Satoshi no Mijumaru
  • Japan Satoshi's Mijumaru
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  • United States Cilan
  • Japan デント
  • Japan Dent
  • Japan Dent
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  • United States Cilan's Pansage
  • Japan デントのヤナップ
  • Japan Dent no Yanappu
  • Japan Dent's Yanappu
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  • United States Ash's Snivy
  • Japan サトシのツタージャ
  • Japan Satoshi no Tsutarja
  • Japan Satoshi's Tsutarja
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  • United States Iris' Excadrill
  • Japan アイリスのドリュウズ
  • Japan Iris no Doryuzu
  • Japan Iris' Doryuzu
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  • United States Iris' Emolga
  • Japan アイリスのエモンガ
  • Japan Iris no Emonga
  • Japan Iris' Emonga
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  • United States Cilan's Stunfisk
  • Japan デントのマッギョ
  • Japan Dent no Muggyo
  • Japan Dent's Muggyo
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  • United States Cilan's Crustle
  • Japan デントのイワパレス
  • Japan Dent no Iwapalace
  • Japan Dent's Iwapalace
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  • Japan サトシのチャオブー
  • Japan Satoshi no Chaoboo
  • Japan Satoshi's Chaoboo
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  • United States Iris' Dragonite
  • Japan アイリスのカイリュー
  • Japan Iris no Kairyu
  • Japan Iris' Kairyu
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  • Japan サトシのワルビアル
  • Japan Satoshi no Waruvial
  • Japan Satoshi's Waruvial
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  • Japan N (ナチュラル・ハルモニア・グロピウス)
  • Japan N (Natural Harmonia Gropius)
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  • Japan バーベナ
  • Japan Verbena
  • Japan Verbena
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  • United States Concordia
  • Japan ヘレナ
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  • Japan Helena
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  • Japan ガーディ
  • Japan Gardie
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  • Japan サーナイト
  • Japan Sirknight
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  • Japan ミネズミ
  • Japan Minezumi
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  • Japan ヨーテリー
  • Japan Yorterrie
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  • Japan チョロネコ
  • Japan Choroneko
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  • United States Munna
  • Japan ムンナ
  • Japan Munna
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  • Japan マメパト
  • Japan Mamepato
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  • Japan コロモリ
  • Japan Koromori
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  • United States Drilbur
  • Japan モグリュー
  • Japan Mogurew
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  • United States Sewaddle
  • Japan クルミル
  • Japan Kurumiru
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  • United States Cottonee
  • Japan モンメン
  • Japan Monmen
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  • United States Petilil
  • Japan チュリネ
  • Japan Tuline
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  • United States Lilligant
  • Japan ドレディア
  • Japan Dredear
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  • United States Darumaka
  • Japan ダルマッカ
  • Japan Darumakka
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  • United States Maractus
  • Japan マラカッチ
  • Japan Maracacchi
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  • United States Archen
  • Japan アーケン
  • Japan Archen
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  • United States Zorua
  • Japan ゾロア
  • Japan Zorua
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  • United States Minccino
  • Japan チラーミィ
  • Japan Chillarmy
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  • United States Gothorita
  • Japan ゴチミル
  • Japan Gothimiru
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  • United States Gothitelle
  • Japan ゴチルゼル
  • Japan Gothiruselle
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  • United States Solosis
  • Japan ユニラン
  • Japan Uniran
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  • United States Vanillite
  • Japan バニプッチ
  • Japan Vanipeti
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  • United States Deerling
  • Japan シキジカ
  • Japan Shikijika
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  • United States Karrablast
  • Japan カブルモ
  • Japan Kaburumo
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  • United States Rufflet
  • Japan ワシボン
  • Japan Washibon
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  • Japan メラルバ
  • Japan Merlarva