Taiko Drum Master: Atsumete Tomodachi Daisakusen New mode and Songs Announced


Remember that Taiko No Tatsujin Wii U 3 website we told you guys about that was registered a bit early? Well now it has been fully launched and reveals some new songs and a new mode for the Wii U exclusive.

Taiko Drum Master: Atsumete Tomodachi Daisakusen! will have a new “Tomodachi Daisakusen!” mode (“The Great Friend Operation” mode).

In Tomodachi Daisakusen mode, Kacchan becomes the hero and must collect his friends in order to become the most popular person in the neighborhood. You’ll control Kacchan as he’ll travel around town and meet some friends a long the way, which he’ll become close with by playing songs and building up his “Nakayoshi Gauge” (“Good Friends Gauge”). The friends you make will turn up at the Wada House, says Famitsu.

Confirmed songs are listed below:


  • “Oh! Rival” (Case Closed: Sunflowers of Inferno)
  • “360 Degrees” (Doraemon: Nobita Drifts in the Universe)
  • “OLA!!” (Crayon Shin-Chan: My Moving Story! Cactus Large Attack!)
  • “Muteki no Girlfriend”
  • “Anata ni Koi wo Shite Mimashita”
  • “Hello, World!”
  • “Netsujou no Spectrum”
  • “RPG”
  • “Ai wo Komete Hanataba wo”
  • “Ai Uta”


  • “Karakuri Piero” (40mP)
  • “Tokyo Teddy Bear” (Neru)
  • “Imitation Black” (SCL Project [NatsuP] feat. VanaN’Ice)


  • “Day x Day” (Gintama)
  • “Hard Knock Days” (One Piece)
  • “Jiriki Hongan Revolution” (Assassination Classroom)
  • “Ashita no Hikari” (World Trigger)
  • “Kaze” (Naruto Shippuden)
  • “Dream Parade” (PriPara)
  • “Getta Ban Ban” (Pokemon X / Y)
  • “Lapis Lazuli” (The Heroic Legend of Arslan Warriors)
  • “Believe in Yourself” (Baby Steps)
  • Miracle Go! Princess Pretty Cure
  • “Database” (Log Horizon)

Video Games

  • “God Mission Series Theme Song” (Dragon Ball Heroes)
  • “Brave Sword, Braver Soul” (Soulcalibur II)


  • “Rainmaker” (New Japan Pro Wrestling Kazuchika Okada Entrance Theme)
  • “8.6-Second Bazooka” (Lassen Gorelai)
  • “Attakain Dakara”


  • “Bolero” (Ravel)

Namco Original

  • “Issho ni Asobo”

Taiko Drum Master: Atsumete Tomodachi Daisakusen! is headed to Wii U in Japan on November 26