Taisho period(early)

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Furusato

“Furusato” is the most well-known and loved song in Japan. Dreaming of success, leaving the countryside of his homeland, singing about a young man who works hard in the city. The melody and poetry are even said to shake the hearts of those who do not understand Japanese.
Mid Spring Songs

Oboro zukiyo

“Oboro zukiyo” … It is a moon that looks and hides in thin clouds in spring. It is called "Oboro-zuki" and is an iconic Japanese tastefulness
Early Spring Songs

Soushunfu

The song “Soushunfu” is a song that sings the feeling of waiting for spring in the cold time of winter. Lyrics are drawn in a beautiful literary style, but pronunciation is not difficult. Therefore, it may be best suited for the
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.
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.
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.
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