"In Japan" is a song sung by Olaf after Hans mentions Japan. The song symbolizes Olaf's strong fascination of Japan, and his desire to go there.


Hans: Really? I guess you've never been there before.

Olaf: Nope, but sometimes, I like to close my eyes, and imagine what it would be like in Japan...

Land of the rising sun, is sure to be lots of fun

And I'll be doing whatever snow does in Japan.

A stroll, a walk, passing through the Tokyo sidewalk,

Prob'ly getting gorgeous souvenirs from Japan.

I'll finally see a Japanese cherry tree, its leaves blowing through the summer breeze.

And get to take pictures next to the Imperial Palace!

And I can't wait to see, what my buddies all think of me.

Just imagine how much cooler I'll be in Japan.

Dah dah, da doo, uh bah bah bah bah bah boo

Arendelle and Japan are both so intense,

Put 'em together it just makes sense!

Rrr Raht da daht dah dah dah dah dah dah dah dah doo

Arendelle's a good place to stay in and cuddle,

But put me in Japan and I'll be a happy snowman!

When life gets rough, I like to hold on to my dream,

Of relaxing in the Japan sun, just lettin' off steam.

Oh the sky will be blue, and you guys will be there too

When I finally do what frozen things do in Japan!

In Japan!


  • The song itself is a parody of In Summer from the 2013 animated classic, Frozen. But rather than sing about his fascination of summer, Olaf sings about his fascination of Japan.