“coconut”is Previously called “yashinomi” A poet who found a coconut on the beach, thought to have flowed from the southern island, sang it against her circumstances. It is a beautiful poem by "Japanese for literary arts" which is less used in Japan.
Ware wa umi no ko
“ware wa umi no ko” began to be sung at elementary schools in the Meiji period. In Japan, a maritime nation, it was sung to teach children the spirits of boys entering the sea, but after World War II, the second half was shaved by the GHQ. But the great melodies and lyrics are still impressive today.
Mikan no hana saku oka
In 1946, it was said that it was written in just one day because it was “for a one-time radio broadcast”. Tears overflow with gentle melody and lyrics.
Natsu no omoide
“Natsu no omoide” is one of the most favorite douyo-souka in japan. Oze is a Japanese Shinkansen that straddles Fukushima, Niigata and Gunma prefectures.Shinkansen It is described as a song that expresses the scene of early summer in Japan very neat
Hamabe no uta
“Song of the beach” sang the thoughts of healing a sickness by the sea. It is written in old language, which makes it difficult for even modern Japanese to understand the meaning of words. It's a very beautiful, lyrical song.
“Tanabata sama”is early summer event “tanabata” song. Today, it is celebrated mainly on the night of July 7th. It is a day famous for the romantic star story that Orihime and Hikoboshi who can not meet across the Milky Way can meet only once a year.
Natsu wa kinu
“natsu wa kinu” is a most favorite douyo-souka in japan. They sings the seasons, which are gradually becoming active from spring to summer, focusing on rice farming. *Original lyric is “shizunome” has been changed because it represents a lower class
umi(matsubara tooku) is Elementary school chant announced in the Taisho era. It is not a spoken language but a literary song. It seems to be singing the day and night scenery of an idyllic fishing village that does not prosper so much.
"amefuri otsukisan"is song of the rainy season called "Tsuyu" that Japan-specific climate around June to early july.