Meiji period(late)

Mid Summer Songs

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.
Late Spring Songs

Cha tsumi

“Cha tsumi” is famous Japanese early summer song. Cha means Japanese Green Tea. “hachijyu hachiya” is 88days from the beginning of spring coming day. There is a scene of picking tea leaf around this day.
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