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A subtrope of the Dancing Theme, an ondo is a type of Japanese folk music with a distinct beat pattern. This style is often used as an ending song or an Image Song in a lot of anime, although it may be present in other works of fiction.
Examples of Ondo include:
- Bokusatsu Ondo de Dokuro-chan (Bludgeoning Angel Dokuro-chan)
- Shin-chan Ondo (Crayon Shin-chan)
- Agumon Ondo (Digimon Adventure 02)
- Technically, this one is a variation as it was never an ending theme, just an Image Song.
- Doraemon Ondo (Doraemon)
- Let's Go-Ondo (Engine Sentai Go-onger), one of many Super Sentai examples.
- Hunter Ondo (Hunter X Hunter)
- Pekopon Shinryaku Ondo (Keroro Gunsou)
- Kinniku Ondo (Kinnikuman Nisei)
- Pinky Ondo (Kira Kira Pop Princess)
- Shinobu Ondo (Ninja Nonsense)
- Naruto Ondo (Naruto)
- Ojamajo Ondo de Happipi (Ojamajo Doremi)
- Ichijo Ondo (Pani Poni Dash!)
- Persona Ondo (Persona 2 Innocent Sin)
- Pokemon Ondo and Pokemon Kazoeuta (Pokémon)
- The Bon Odori (Rhythm Tengoku)
- Shrimp Shuffle (Ebi Ondo) (Rhythm Heaven Fever)
- Gekitei Ondo (Sakura Taisen)
- Zetsubou Ondo (Zoku Sayonara, Zetsubou-sensei)
- Di Gi Charat Ondo (Di Gi Charat Nyo)
- Nekoneko Ondo (Nyan Koi)
- "Wa! Wa!! World Ondo" (Axis Powers Hetalia)
- Choi Bounge Ondo (King of Fighters)
- Binchou Ondo (Binchou Tan)
- Ai No Ondo from Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch.
- Chen's Gensokyo Ondo (Touhou)
- Bon Dance Ondo from episode 24 of Goldfish Warning.
- Dare ga Koroshite Cock Robin Ondo from Boku Patalliro.
- Kaiju Ondo from Return of Ultraman.
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