Hello World. I am a singer singing an unpopular Japanese song. This is the original song. Would you like to listen to a Japanese song? It’s a little different from English songs. Are you tired of listening to only English songs? Let’s listen to Asian-flavored Japanese songs!
This time I will introduce a song called “Fireball”. “Fireball” is a psychic phenomenon that appears in night graveyards in Japan. The soul of the dead appears as a “fireball” on summer nights. In Japan, it is called “Kimodameshi” and it goes around the grave on a midsummer night. Some girls cry. My body is dead, but I’m still dead! It’s burning like a fireball! Sings. It’s a great song in summer. Let’s be cool by seeing the ghosts.
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Would you like to listen to the Japanese reggae?

Hello, everyone of the English-speaking world. I couldn’t write this blog because I was too busy, but I’m going to write it after a long time. I had a little time.
This summer in Japan was also hot. The rainy season didn’t end very quickly, but it was really hot after the end. It’s getting cooler recently, but it’s still hot. Drinking beer is essential. It may be due to global warming.
Listen to reggae! Would you like to listen to the Japanese reggae that I composed? If you listen to this song, the heat will blow away.
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Bonsai Soul

What is shown in this photo is a moss ball. It is a kind of bonsai that Japan boasts. This moss ball was left in my garden and gave water this morning. Japanese people like moss.
Some people in Japan are making a living with bonsai. Bonsai, in particular, looks cool in summer. The green of moss is kind to eyes. Would you like to come to Japan and look at bonsai? And please listen to my original song. You may see the bonsai soul. Music distribution


Today’s Japan is hot. Cool days continued this year, but it has finally become hot. I want to go on a trip when summer comes. But in recent years there has been nowhere to go. Unfortunately there are no plans for a summer trip again this year. If I do not get a good job, I will not be happy no matter where I go. I’m just going to a nearby spa.
In Japan’s summer, a lot of moths are loud and noisy. However, Japanese people think that summer has come when they hear the roaring cry. The Japanese go to the grave in summer, but there is a roar ringing around the grave. Obon, August 15th, but all Japanese will return to their parents’ home. And we offer our ancestors. I sing the original song of the Japanese homecoming. Please listen. Music distribution