The new-ish first-person camera has revealed all kinds of secrets in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, including some of the neat little Easter Eggs that were hidden in plain sight. For example, did you ever figure out what music is written on the chalkboard in the game?

You'll never guess. Oh, what's that? You totally did guess? You can sight-read music, which is a very normal skill to have? Okay, fine.

For those who can't read sheet music — it's the Animal Crossing: New Horizons theme tune, which you can listen to here!

Music
It's the song from the thing! (Image: Komugi Neko)

But did you ever find out... What's written on the typewriter?

The typewriter has a few words written on it in Romaji, the transliterated, romanised way to write Japanese in the Latin alphabet.

It reads:

HELLO
OTSUKARE SAMADESU.
GOKIGEN URUWASYU.
TAIYOUSANSANURESIINA.
MAINICHIATSUIKEDO
GANBATTERUYO

Which, translated, means (translation — Komugi Neko):

Hello
Thank you for your hard work.
How are you?
I'm happy that the sun is shining bright.
Although it's hot every day
I've been doing well

How sweet is that? It's very sweet. Thanks to Komugi Neko for the investigation!

[source youtu.be]