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The title for Dansweets.

Let's cook again today!

Tenkai and Tsukasa's Dansweets was a cookery television show hosted by Issei Tenkai and Tsukasa Oyashiki, airing at 3 p.m. In it, the pair would prepare various confectionery items whilst singing and dancing. Amongst its many fans was a young Tateyuki Shigaraki. Both hosts left the show in December 2000 after Tenkai was arrested on charges of murdering a fellow chef during a confectionery competition hosted at Tenkai's mansion. Oyashiki became an actress and had an 18-year career of worldwide fame. She retired from the business after earning enough money to buy Tenkai's mansion.

Song 1Edit

What's for dessert today?
Tenkai: Macaroons and waffles
Tenkai: Light and fluffy chiffon cake!
Oyashiki: Happiness for one and all
Oyashiki: The sweetest temptations...
Tenkai: There!
Oyashiki: Where?
Tenkai: Over there!
Tenkai: Take a peek inside the oven!
Both: Look!
Both: It's freshly baked desserts!

Song 2Edit

What's for dessert today?
Tenkai: Cookies and caramel
Tenkai: Rich and feathery cream puffs!
Oyashiki: Let's make it together
Oyashiki: A delectable paradise...
Oyashiki: Here!
Tenkai: There!
Oyashiki: Everywhere
Oyashiki: You just open up the oven!
Both: Now!
Both: It's time for dessert!


  • The show's name is a fusion of the words "dance" and "sweets", in reference to nature of the show.
  • Its English name in the unofficial fan translation patch of Gyakuten Kenji 2 is "Piece of Cake", which is a play on both the show's culinary theme and an idiom used to describe something as easy.

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