Mura matsuri Mura no chinjyu no kamisama no Kyou wa medetai omatsuribi Don don hyarara, Don hyarara Don don hy...
Nanatsu no ko
“Nanatsu no ko” is one of the most familiar nursery rhymes in Japan. It is also well-known as music played by local governments to encourage children playing outside to go home.
Aka tombo Yuuyake koyake no aka tombo Oware te mitano wa itsu no hi ka Yama no hatake no kuwa no mi wo Kokag...
Tombo no megane
The song “Glasses of Dragonfly” sings a child's question about what the big eyes of a dragonfly flying in early autumn in Japan are watching.
Sato no aki
"Sato no aki" is a father who went to war as a soldier,This song is about a mother and a waiting child in a quiet house in a woodland close to the village (living area). It is said that it was played on radio after the war and comforted the family actually waiting for demobilization.
“Momiji” is a song that represents autumn in Japan. Poetry depicting the fall of deciduous trees as the season changes. Written in old language, it is still loved by children and adults.
“The Harvest Moon” is called “Jyuugoya” in Japan. “Jyuugoya” is a day to enjoy the autumn moon. However, the girl who is the Lord of the Song feels nostalgic to her deceased mother, who has fallen home, separated from her immediate family.