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Sakura Taisen 4: Koi seyo, Otome (Dreamcast)

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Trivia

The line Koi seyo, Otome comes from the song "Gondola no Uta", or "Song of the Gondola", written in 1915 by Shinpei Nakayama. It also made an appearance in Akira Kurosawa's film Ikiru.

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The original Japanese title translates as Sakura Wars 4: Fall in Love, Maidens in English.

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