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Sunday, March 25, 2012

Miranda Kerr in Japanese Commercial for Lipton Limone Lemon Tea

Australia's own supermodel Miranda Kerr features in a new Japanese commercial (CM) for Lipton Limone Lemon Tea. The CM is very funny and quite catchy.

In the commercial, Miranda plays a singing waitress and actually sings in Japanese, but look out for the cute "oishii" at the end.


Check out the commercial below.

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    1. Thanks Lina, Kind of weird, but very cute and its Miranda Kerr :)

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  2. Hi, I'm live in south-east asia and this is my first time travelling. i'm going to japan this 5th april and i'm wondering about the weather. what is the estimated temperature? is it cold enough that i have to bring like a winter wear? or maybe just a simple sweater will do? seriously i'm so blank about what to wear

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    1. Thanks Maria, It is still quite cold in most parts of Japan and it is a late spring this year. It even snowed in my part of Gifu this weekend. The temperature in Japan will vary depending on which part you visit. April is usually mild with temperatures of around 10-18C in Tokyo.

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    2. oohh. i'm going to visit miyagi and tokyo. so i guess i should bring like winter clothing?

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    3. Hi Maria, Yeah, I would bring spring clothing with a few warmer clothes just in case its cold.

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    4. okay. thanks a lot for your advice! :)

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  3. おいちい? :D I wonder whether that was a real mistake or deliberate. It is quite catchy!

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    1. Thanks Rurousha, It is very catchy and I think the おいちい? is deliberate to make the CM cuter :)

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    2. Hi Rurousha, おいちいis often used by kid`s. Adults don`t really use it, unless they are trying hard to be cute or funny.

      I was also wondering if it they were deliberately corrupting, "oishii" by changing the, "-shii" part to, "chi" which would give a roughly "tea" like sound making it a play on words.

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    3. Very nice Rohan, Yeah could be a play on words with the "tea" but anyway you look at it, it is cute and I think they have done it deliberately. Wonder how sales of the Lipton Limone Tea are going?

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  4. yea I love it too actually ! hahaha Btw, I love your blog:)

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  5. Thanks Lily, good to see you stop by and hope you continue to visit and enjoy Japan Australia :)

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