It was performed by Kana Hanazawa , who voices Nadeko Sengoku. During the home media release, its usage was expanded to Nadeko Snake: Part 1. It is also featured in Episode 05 of Koyomimonogatari as the fifth opening of the series. Se - no! Demo son nanja dame Mou son naja hora Kokoro wa shinka suruyo Motto motto Kotoba ni sureba kiechau kankei nara Kotoba wo keseba iiyatte Omotteta osoretera Dakedo are? Nanka chigau kamo
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Although the theme was only used for two episode, the song has since became one of the most recognizable in the series, with it inspiring many musical covers and remixes. Bakemonogatari was produced by animation studio SHAFT and first aired in Japan from July 3, to September 25, , where the series centers around the protagonist Koyomi Araragi, who deals with deities and spirits that reflect people's inner problems. Its catchiness and Kana Hanazawa's cute singing immediately gained popularity among viewers of the anime. Those creations were continually uploaded to the Japanese video sharing service Nico Nico Douga. However, by late to , many popular fan creations featuring the song, including the above video, on Niconico were taken down by Aniplex, the copyright holder of the anime series, and its parent company Sony Music Entertainment, which their famous for their very opposition stance against online creations. Niconico users have been recording their deletion campaigns to niconico Pedia article  in a negative tone.
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