Top 10 Japanese Spring songs!

And as cherry blossoms say goodbye to another Spring, nothing better than a collection of Spring songs! Enjoy!♪ – Sakura by Ikimonogakari – Sakura by Ketsumeishi https://dailymotion.com/video/x1at9r – Haru yo, koi by Matsutouya Yumi – Sakura by Moriyama Naotarou – Sekai wa mada kimi wo shiranai by Abe Mao – Sakurazaka by Fukuyama Masaharu – Saraba Seishun by Chatmonchy – Haru to Namari by FoZZtone – Haru ~ Spring ~ by Hysteric Blue … More Top 10 Japanese Spring songs!

Japanese Music: Sakura Maya (さくらまや)

Today I’m introducing to you a really talented young singer! Ladies and gentlemen, Sakura Maya! Sakura Maya (さくらまや, born Kusano Maya (草野真耶) on 26 July 1998 in Obihiro, Hokkaidō, Japan) is an enka singer and child actress. Maya Sakura is the child of two successful restaurant owners. She began to learn to play the violin … More Japanese Music: Sakura Maya (さくらまや)

Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra Concert in Yokohama!

Last Friday I went to Yokohama to watch the Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra 289th Regular Concert (Sonorité)! Having come to Japan with the intent of continuing my music, and consequently entering the wind orchestra where I’m currently playing was a huge step, and I still have much to learn. Furthermore, going to watch and listen to … More Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra Concert in Yokohama!

Culture Point 2 – Geisha, Maiko and Oiran: What’s the difference?

Certainly many of you think about Geisha when thinking about Japan, right? But do you really know what is a Geisha? And for those who know a little more, have you heard of Maiko? What about Oiran? Today I will briefly explain what is the difference between them. Geisha (芸者), as the meaning of the … More Culture Point 2 – Geisha, Maiko and Oiran: What’s the difference?

Video of the Week: Hatsune Miku (初音ミク)

Ever heard of Hatsune Miku (初音ミク)? It is basically a singing synthesizer application with a female voice, developed by Crypton Future Media. Saying it just like that makes it sound kinda professional, but actually it is a really strong and wide marketing icon. I thought it was quite interesting when I made a quick search … More Video of the Week: Hatsune Miku (初音ミク)