A Japanese Children’s Song – 童謡 [Cho cho] “Butterfly” (ちょうちょう) 

Today’s children’s song is actually Spanish folk song in Japanese lyric.

It is very simple lyrics which easily remember. Why don’t you learn and sing!

Cho cho (Butterfly)

It is very simple melody. Hope you feel warmer inside your body after listening the song.


菜の葉 Nnoha – rape leaves

菜の花 Nano hana

あいたら(飽きたら)- fed up with

1. cho cho, cho cho, nanoha ni tomareButterflies butterflies, Butterflies, butterflies. stop at nanoha ( rape leaves)
Nano ha ni aitara sakura ni tomareif fed up with Nanoha, stop at sakura
Sakura no hanano hana kara hana hego to cherry blossom to cherry blossoms
Tomare yo asobe asobe yo tomareStop and play, play and stop.
2. repeat 1

Now let’s sing!

Hope you will enjoy this song with your childrenle and be able to learn some Japanese words! Please let me know if you enjoyed it or not!


About mkchatinjapanese

I am a native Japanese who teaches Japanese to non-Japanese speaker as a private tutor. Teach from a beginner to Intermediate level. location in London.
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