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From Japan to the World

by Kiyoka Hachiya

Healing music with sweet & pure voice from Japan. The theme is “Love, peace and Water”. Some songs are good for meditation including brand new “Long time sun” for closing Kundalini yoga.
Genre: New Age: Yoga
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Kannon-sama (Kwan-yin, Dyal Kaur, the Goddess of Compassion)
3:25 $1.11
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2. Towani taiyouga (Long time sun in Japanese)
5:15 $1.11
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3. Hikarino houeto (Towards the light)
4:20 $1.11
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4. My friend (Bokuno tomodachi)
6:14 $1.11
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5. Honmani mechamecha ureshiinen (I'm so happy to meet you)
3:54 $1.11
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6. Ichibanboshi mitsuketa (I found the first star)
3:27 $1.11
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7. Sakura kazamai (Cherry blossoms in the wind)
5:01 $1.11
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8. Hurusatono kaze (Wind from my home) (Feat. Robbin Lloyd)
3:44 $1.11
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9. Hunade (Departure)
5:13 $1.11
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10. Long time sun
5:19 $1.11
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11. Hikarino houeto (Towards the light, instrumental)
4:14 $1.11
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Kiyoka Hachiya, singer song writer from Japan.

Her theme is about "Love, Peace and Water".

Why "Water?"
----- She feels something special in "Water".
It's because the Chinese character in her name "Kiyo" stands for "Clean fresh pure Water".
Also she was born and raised in Shiga prefecture, which has "Lake Biwa" the largest lake in Japan.
"Lake Biwa" and so many rivers in the neighborhood influenced her.

The summery of the songs in this Album

1 Kannon-sama (Kwan-yin, Dyal Kaur, The Goddess of Compassion)

This lyrics came from the prayer word given by a buddhist priest Shingai Tokoda.
He was serving for Senjyuin Temple, Shigisan-mountain in Nara prefecture at that time.
Now he is serving for Kouya-san mountain.

When Kiyoka was reading the words 3 times, the music came down to her.
It was a miracle.
And Kwan-yin is also the spirit of water.

2 Towani taiyouga (Long time sun in Japanese)

Closing song for Kundalini yoga

3 Hikarino houeto (Towards the light)

Inspiration song , good for meditation

4 My friend (Bokuno-tomodachi)

Wishing for peace in the world

5 Honmani mechamecha ureshiinen (I'm so happy to meet you)

Love song in Kansai dialect in Japanese.

6 Ichibanboshi mitsuketa (I found the first star)

When I was a child I used to dream. Where did the dream go?

7 Sakura kazamai (Cherry blossoms in the wind)

A sad love song. A woman is looking up the soaring flower petals of cherry blossoms alone by herself.
The cherry blossom recalls the memory of her ex-boyfriend.

8 Hurusatono Kaze (Wind from my home)

No matter where I am, the wind always blows from my home.

9 Hunade (Departure)

Kiyoka made this song influenced by "Hokulea" star navigation voyage.
And also influenced by Nukatano-ookimi, the famous poet who lived in 6 century in Japan.
I'm sailing overseas looking for something new.

10 Long time sun

11 Hikarino houeto (Towards the light instrumental)

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