Sakura “Cherry Blossoms”;Traditional Music of Japan, Classical Koto Music 日本の伝統音楽

Sakura “Cherry Blossoms”;Traditional Music of Japan, Classical Koto Music 日本の伝統音楽

Famous traditional classic music of Japan; Koto strings. “Sakura(cherry blossoms)” Please visit my other channel : stratocasterbob.

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ImagineCraft7 says:

Excellent background music for my PowerPoint on Japan for my school next
week :)

CRISTIANE GREEN says:

#beautiful #music #japan 

H.B. Kaïus says:

I wish to live there someday, drinking tea on a mountain listening to this.

Gustavo Molina says:

i was looking for folk music from around the world but i swear god i didn’t
expected to fin such a beautiful song !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

Rosangela Pereira says:

Grata.

RAY GRIFFIN says:

One of my most favorite songs from Japan

Cheeon Andersun says:

what is the main string instrument that you can hear throughout this work?

josh barbosa says:

love koto…or whatever style its called ..it’s freak-en awesome!!! and I
love Japanese people

Ging i says:

Exceptionnal -…

Wah Tenn says:

we sang this song in elementary school too in hawaii

Forrest Pepe says:

I’m trying to look for a traditional Japanese song/music that would fit for
traveling music any others than this one for suggestion? 

Theresonly1cryo says:

All I can see is a young elegant woman in yukata walking slowly through a
field surrounded with sakura trees

youcanttrickmeagain says:

banzai

berdybirdy8878 says:

Im really not a pretentious person but at risk of sounding like one, this
is a song made from someones soul. meaning that they had a story that could
only be explained threw music. very good

CynthIa Cabral says:

learned how to sing the song in 6th grade
still love it

yuta ichikawa says:

Greetings from the japan

Bx Au says:

worldwide flow

Javier Rojo says:

#blossom #spring #heptatonic #japan 

hwXD says:

Greetings from the internet.

Andrew Carr says:

Who performs this?

Philippe de Savoie says:

Healing music…

Peter Saunders says:

The witches from the Legend of Zelda Ocarina of time. This has to have been
in their introduction.

Saiyan Warrior Girl says:

Greetings from Kame House

anniemn13 says:

This sounds a little similar to Tooryanse… Maybe it’s just me? 

ethan ferguson says:

Greetings from Canada. This music is so relaxing :)

Varoonmg says:

Greetings from Mauritius :)

laughoutloud889 says:

IM GONNA BECOME BILLIONAIRE AND BUILD AND EMPIRE AND ILL BE JUST CHILLING
LISTENING TO THIS KIND OF MUSIC ALL DAY
AT MY TEMPLE HAHAAHAH MOUHAHAHAAHAH MOUHAHAAHAH MOUHAHAHA

capannoli maurizio says:

<3

SUN MOON says:

nice

Rosaura Gonzalez says:

this song is so beautiful and sweet :)

Raphaël Finardi says:

Fantastic!

tsogtoo GgAm says:

this is very amazing 

raymond citra says:

i love japanese traditional songs!

elliewang008 says:

Greetings from China

husain khalaf says:

Greetings from UK !

456inthemix says:

A japanese lady, Hanazaki, was her name tought me this song when I was
young and still know the lyric by heart. I am native Tibetan iin
Switzerland !

joe blogs says:

it makes me think of a Yakuza man as he carries out the repeated and wrong
tasks he is driven into, as he knows he cannot do anything else, slowly
drowning in his own anguish, at the same time as a man carrying out a
practice off martial arts held within traditional dance dance. its
excellent

Berokymilk says:

Sakura sakura / yayoi no sora wa / mi-watasu kagiri / kasumi ka kumo ka /
nioi zo izuru / izaya izaya / mini yukan

skanthavelu says:

Sometimes I like to hear this when I am turning in for the night, It is so
beautiful! :)

Ronny Matarrita says:

Greetings from Costa Rica! 

QI:0 says:

QI:0 – Sakura

Jupiter Monk says:

Greetings from New Jersey

NickNahum says:

Greetings from Sussex. Wonderful music.

Alan Amir Cruz Lopez says:

Do you have a link to download a .zip or .rar file with this full album
from the New Kyoto Ensemble ? I will be very pleased if you can send me
that.

Thanks in advance and kind regards from Mexico

james mason says:

Does anyone else recognize this from the campaign of Shogun 2, or is it
just me?

Leonardo Hickssen says:

respect from BRAZIL

ssheiseijapan says:

amazing!

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