Pokémon Kazoe Uta is similar in style to the previous ending Pokémon Ondo. Pokémon Kazoe Uta has the folk rhythm and is also accommodated with the Pokémon dancing throughout the song.
The song starts off with Nyarth hitting a drum with a Poké ball logo on it. The shot expands to show Nyarth up in a tower with Poké ball lanterns hung from wires surrounding the tower. The next scene shows Pikachu clapping his hands as two Poké ball lanterns swing from side to side. It quickly transitions to Nyarth hitting a drum again.
Various scenes from the lyrics are played out on non chorus sections. One scene near the beginning shows Nyarth warming his hands in the winter with Hitokage' Flamethrower but the scene quickly turns to summer and the fire makes Nyarth too hot.
Another scene enacted from the lyrics which asks: "Would it be ok to drop water on that Pokémon?" is demonstrated as Nyarth dumps a bucket of water on Mizugurou who smiles as he does so. The main characters Pokémon are seen during the chorus dancing in front of the tower as Nyarth continues banging the drum. This is also the final scene of the song.