K.K. Faire is a song by K.K. Slider. The song resembles old-fashioned, traditional Japanese music from Okanawa and the Ryukyu Islands of Japan. The song uses many instruments found in the Ryukyu Islands, like the Sanshin (a string instrument, similar to a banjo) and contains an elderly voice and a cheerful chant in the background, similar to that of traditional Japanese dances at festivals.
These villagers play K.K. Faire inside of their homes once they own a stereo.