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80’s Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – The Theme From Big Wave by Tatsuro Yamashita

The Theme From Big Wave The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song called [The Theme From Big Wave] by Tatsuro Yamashita Although I was born in Nagano where is surrounded by mountains I love/prefer sea. One of the nicest memories … Continue reading

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90’s Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Asahi o Mini Iko/Let’s go to see the Sunrise by Smap

Asashi o Mini Iko The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song called [Asahi o Mini IkoStay With Me/Let’s go to see the sunrise] by Smap. Smap is a Japanese boy group consists of 5 memberS, of Masahiro Nakai, Takuya Kimura, … Continue reading

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80’s Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Stay With Me by Miki Matsubara

Stay With Me (松原みき) The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song called [Stay With Me] by Miki Matsubara. Miki Matsubara was a sing song writer. She passed away of cervical cancer at just age of 44. The might night door … Continue reading

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Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – The Time by Crap Clap

The Time (Crap Clap) The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song called [The Time] by Crap Clap. Here in UK it is rainy day and it’s just 18 degree. It is not warm enough for me to be active so … Continue reading

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Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Niji 虹(Rainbow) by Masaki Suda

Rainbow (菅田将暉) The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song called [Niji] by Masaki Suda. I have chosen this song because my nephew got married this Monday gone on 27th. Wishing them to be happy together for many years to come and … Continue reading

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Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – First Love by Hikaru Utada

First Love (宇多田ヒカル) The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song called [Fist Love] by Hikaru Utada. This week is also a love song. My first love was at a junior high school. It never told him how I felt but it … Continue reading

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Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Ti Amo by Exile

Ti Amo (エグザイル) The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song called [Te Amo/I love you] by Exile. It was a fantastic sunny day but today it is a rainy day. I have chosen this song simply I just like the first … Continue reading

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Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Koi/LOVE by Gen Hoshino

Koi (恋)/Love  The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song called [恋/Love] by Gen Hoshino. This song was used for a Japanese drama and he himself acted in that drama. The dancing was so popular, almost everyone in Japan tried to … Continue reading

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Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Mirai e by Kiroro

Mirai e (未来へ)/To the future  The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song called [未来へ/to the future] by kiroro. We travel back to 90’s. When I listened to this song, my tear flowed just like her. It is so beautiful tune … Continue reading

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Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Hyacinth (Fushinshi/風信子) by Yuzu

Hyacinth (風信子) The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song called [Hyasinth] by Yuzu. I have been reading a book called [Tonbiとんび/a black kite] written by Kiyoshi Shigematu. The story of a father and a son. Finally the movie based on … Continue reading

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Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Ryusei Taxi (Meteor Taxi) by Bell Mainz (ベルマインツ)

流星タクシー (Meteor Taxi) The Sunday J-pop time again! I came across a fantastic young band. The band is called Bell Mainz consists of three boys came from Kobe. Two vocalists and a song writer. The band united in 2018. After … Continue reading

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Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Kaze no Lonely Way by Kiyotaka Sugiyama (杉山清貴)

風のLonely Way (Lonely way of the wind) The Sunday J-pop time again! One number from Kiyotaka Sugiyama. This sound make me feel peaceful though its lryic are rather sad. Some romances make us only lonely and sometimes we decide to … Continue reading

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Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Broken heart by Mariya Takeuchi (竹内まりや)

Broken heart The Sunday J-pop time again! One number from Mariya Takeuchi, [Broken heart] was released in 1984. She sang in English. It will be so heartbroken to find out that your boyfriend are leaving you alone but just imagine … Continue reading

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Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Sakura by Naotaro Moriyama (森山直太朗)

Sakura (さくら) The Sunday J-pop time again! There are graduations season in Japan now. This song is one of the popular number to sing at a ceremony. It is called [Sakura] Cherry Blossoms, written and sang by Naotaro Moriyama. The … Continue reading

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Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Still by Arashi (嵐)

Still (Arashi) The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song is called [Still] by Arashi. Arashi is a Japanese boy band. This song is a coupling track and this special arrangement was made while they had concerts in Hawaii. Arashi is … Continue reading

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Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Lemon by Kenshi Yonezu (米津玄師)

Lemon (Kenshi Yonezu) The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song is called [Lemon], written and sang by Kenshi Yonezu who is a musical artist. The video is official MV in 2018. This song received commercial success. It was released in … Continue reading

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Sunday 90’s J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Dance Dance Dance by Shonentai ダンス ダンス ダンス (少年隊)

Dance Dance Dance (Kome Kome Club) The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song is called [Dance Dance Dance] by Shonentai from 1990. It is not their song but I like their version. The reason why I have chosen this song … Continue reading

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Sunday 80’s J-POP (Japanese Pops) – I・CAN・BE by Kome Kome Club (米米クラブ)

I・CAN・BE (Kome Kome Club) The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song is called [I・CAN・BE] written and sung by Kome Kome Club. The single was released in 1985. Kome Kome Club is a Japanese pop rock band formed in 80’s and … Continue reading

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Sunday 80’s J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Kamen Buyo kai (仮面舞踊会) by Shonentai

Kamen Buyo Kai (Masquerade ball) The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song is called [Kamen Buyo Kai] by Shonentai from 80’s. Kamen Buyo Kai (仮面舞踊会) was the Shonentai’s debut song. When these three boys appeared on TV for a first … Continue reading

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Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pops) – OH NO, OH YES by Mariya Takeuchi

Oh, no, oh yes The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song is called [Oh no, oh yes] by Mariya Takeuchi. Written and sing by herself. She has very soft voice, which is suitable to this tune. A strong love she … Continue reading

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