slow tempo

Mid Autumn Songs

Aka tombo

Aka tombo Yuuyake koyake no aka tombo Oware te mitano wa itsu no hi ka Yama no hatake no kuwa no mi wo Kokag...
Early Winter Songs

Sunayama

“Sand Hill”… This song sings the rough seas of the Sea of Japan in the harsh winter. Childrens who have to go home on the sandy beach. They want to play together more happily. It is a metaphor for the sparrows that fly to the beach.
Early Autumn Songs

Jyuugoya otsukisan

“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.
Late Summer Songs

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.
Mid Summer Songs

Umi(matsubara tooku)

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.
Early Summer Songs

Amefuri otsukisan

"amefuri otsukisan"is song of the rainy season called "Tsuyu" that Japan-specific climate around June to early july.
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