Looking for a Japanese Children’s Song with the Line “”Teku Teku””

Liz Matsumoto wrote:

Does anyone know the Japanese childrens song that starts off Teku Teku?

If anyone can help out with this song, please comment below or email me.



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5 Responses to “Looking for a Japanese Children’s Song with the Line “”Teku Teku”””

  1. Devon Says:

    There is a song called “Hoka Hoka Teku Teku” about taking a walk in the sun. You can hear a sample of it here: http://www.hmv.co.jp/product/detail.asp?sku=452095 (It’s track #21) Is that the song?

    “Teku Teku” is the sound of your feet when you are walking. Hoka Hoka is used to describe a warm day/warm sun.

  2. Nora Su Kessel Says:

    Are you sure it isn’t “teru teru bozu, teru bo–zu”?

  3. Liz Says:

    Thanks for the responses. My daughter sings the song in Japanese school. It’s like a good morning song-it ends with konnichiwa

  4. atinskivuk Says:


  5. Lisa Says:

    Rafa wrote:


    I realize I’m almost ten years too late, but I was looking for the same song from my childhood and found this video that had it…


    Hope it helps!

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