Spring

Seikurabe

"Hashira no kizu wa ototoshi no" Discover good old-fashioned Japan through lyrics and images: Roman readings, English translations, and reflections. Take a cultural journey through the melodies of "Doyo Shoka" (Children's Songs).
Spring

Koinobori (Yaneyoritakai)

"yaneyori takai koinobori" Discover good old-fashioned Japan through lyrics and images: Roman readings, English translations, and reflections. Take a cultural journey through the melodies of "Doyo Shoka" (Children's Songs).
Spring

Sakura sakura

"Sakura sakura noyama mo sato mo" Discover good old-fashioned Japan through lyrics and images: Roman readings, English translations, and reflections. Take a cultural journey through the melodies of "Doyo Shoka" (Children's Songs).
Spring

Hana

"Haru no urara no Sumida-gawa" Discover good old-fashioned Japan through lyrics and images: Roman readings, English translations, and reflections. Take a cultural journey through the melodies of "Doyo Shoka" (Children's Songs).
Other Specials

Senro wa tsuzuku yo dokomademo

Senro wa tsuzukuyo dokomademo No wo koe yama koe tani koete Harukana machi ma de bokutachi no Tanoshii tabi no yume tsunaideru Ran ra ran ra ranra Ran ra ran ra ranra Ran ra ran ra ranra ran ra ra
Autumn

Jyuugoya otsukisan

"Juugoya" is said to be "the night to appreciate the harvest" in Japan, and there is a custom to celebrate while looking at the moon since ancient times. "Otsuki-san" is used when referring to the moon in a friendly way.
Autumn

Yuuhi

Ging, Ging, Gira, Gira, Yuuhi ga shizumu Ging, Ging, Gira, Gira, Hi ga shizumu Makka kakka sora no kumo Minna no okao mo makkakka Ging, Ging, Gira, Gira, Hi ga shizumu
Autumn

Mushi no koe

Are Matsumushi ga naiteiru Chinchiro Chinchiro Chinchirorin Are suzumushi mo nakidashita Rin rin rin rin riin rin Aki no yonaga wo nakitoosu Ah omoshiroi mushi no koe
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