Takeshi's Paradise was the 10th ending for the Japanese series and it replaced Pokémon Hara Hara Relay. The ending has evolved into more than an ending throughout the run of the anime series. It is often used in episodes as background music and Takeshi is often seen preforming the music and dance act related to this ending in actual episodes.
Takeshi is dressed up in a Mexican outfit with Poké Ball maracas, a sombrero and a pink frilly shirt. He dances throughout the ending and shakes the maracas to the beat of the song.
The ending starts with a close shot of the Poké Ball maracas moving back and forth and then zooms out to show that its Takeshi that is shaking them until finally it zooms out to show two Nassy's dancing with him.
When the "Onee-san!" part of the song starts, Takeshi goes into a few difference poses as he is obviously thinking of different girls.
The song then transitions to Takeshi back in his normal clothing with pictures of Junsa and Joy floating around with him chasing them. Multicolored hearts start falling until it starts filling up the area and Vulpix and Pikachu have to dig themselves out. Takeshi is then seen at the top of the heart pile with Psyduck. Psyduck then attempts to eat one of the hearts.
Kasumi's sisters show up and Takeshi is once again giddy and follows them until they disappear and he falls on the ground. Pikachu and Pineco both show their disappointment with Takeshi with a sigh.
Joy shows up with her Yadon this time and Takeshi leaps into the air and follows them until they turn into a large Koiking and it bashes Takeshi. Topegi and Vulpix are shown laughing.
Takeshi is then seen in a Hawaiian outfit dancing with some Oddish on a beach background. Junsa, Joy, Kasumi's sisters all make their last appearances until finally a Jynx appears kisses Takeshi.