The Kawaiifier is episode 8a of season 1 of Kuu Kuu Harajuku. It originally aired on October 22, 2016.
Love creates a device called "The Kawaiifier", just in time to celebrate the Kawaiification Festival.
- General Nofun
- Commander Boring
- Colonel Spyke
- Tanaka Boys (Debut)
- Teddy (debut)
- Kingston (debut)
- Todd (debut)
- Zuma (debut)
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General Nofun, who is spying on Harajuku, notices the festival from his headquarters and punches the monitor, upset over the celebration of fun. He vows to destroy it: returning dreariness.HJ5 makes it to the festival. They notice a "How Hi Kawaii" game, which the players must copy the pose on the screen and it rates their kawaii. Love mentions the game has top secret hardware, which Music adds is the reason for extra security.
Back at General Nofun's headquarters, Commander Boring tells General Nofun that the girls are sending the kawaii meters through the roof. Nofun announces that they're going to the festival, exciting Boring who is reminded that they're going to ruin the fun, not have it.
Rudie takes the girls to Harajuku's largest chess board. He also mentions that the girls have to dress up in chess piece costume and play on the chess board, much to the frustration of everyone. The girls argue whose going to be king when they overhear the members of the opposing band also think the chess idea is lame. G introduces them to HJ5 while one member (Teddy) introduces them to the Tanaka Boys. After everyone is in position on the chess board, the girls try to figure out a way to get out of the costumes. Love suggest that, using the top secret hardware from the How Hi Kawaii game, they can change their costumes.
Emerging from a ballpit General Nofun and Commander Boring hatch a plan to shut off the main power. Commander Boring makes an exasperated sigh, angering Nofun who asks him what's wrong with that. Nervously, Boring tells him nothing.
Back at the festival grounds, the girls are sneaking pass Colonel Spyke's security team when the girls, once again, begin arguing which direction is the best. G has had enough and tells them they aren't going anywhere unless they work as a team. Angel tells Music to lead the way.
At the control box, General Nofun is having difficulty shutting off the power. Commander Boring notices a whack-a-mole machine and runs over to play it.
HJ5 and the Tanaka Boys, using cotton candy as an electricy conductor, are able to generate enough power for the Kawaiifier and are able to convert their chess piece outfits into stylish ones. While the girls are inside the machine, Rudie hands the Tanaka Boys his business card "just in case". When they step out of the machine with nicely kawaii-fied outfits, Rudie revokes the card. The Tanaka Boys rush towards the Kawaiifier, but before they could reach it Rudie pulls out a contract stating he and HJ5 are not responsible for any damages inflicted from using the machine. They hesitantly sign and proceed to kawaii-fy their outfits.
The girls agree they all learned a valuable lesson, which Rudie interrupts and puts his own spin on it. He flicks on the lights and HJ5 and the Tanaka Boys dance.
- Angel: This just goes to show, with the right attitude you can kawaii-fy anything!
- Love: In fact, I think we all learned a valuable lesson about the importance of-
- Rudie: Of trusting in the judgement of your manager and doing whatever he asks you to do in the future. And with those final thoughts in mind, let's party!
- Rudie: Best manager ever. Nailed it!
- This is the second episode where General Nofun appears on a title card.
- This is the sixth episode where Baby appears on a title card.
- This is the first episode where Love appears on a title card.
- How Hi Kawaii is based on test of strength games commonly seen at carnivals.
- General No-Fun full name is General Ira S. No-Fun.
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