Japanese Songs
- Classified by Genre -

 Doyo
 Songs that KITAHARA Hakushu and others made for children
 from the middle of the Taisho period (1912-1926) to the early years of the Showa period (1926-1989).
Akai Kutsu Red Shoes
Ame-furi Rainfall 
Aoi Me no Ningyo Doll with Blue Eyes
Haru yo Koi Waiting for Spring 
Kamome no Suihei-san Seagulls, the Sailor-men
Koganemushi Mister Golden Beetle 
Kutsu ga Naru Shoes Squeak 
Nanatsu no Ko Crow
Sei-kurabe Who's Taller 
Shabondama Soap Bubbles
Shojoji no Tanuki-bayashi The Raccoon in Shojoji Temple
Suzume no Gakko The Sparrows' Music School 
Usagi no Dansu Dancing Rabbits
Yurikago no Uta Cradle Song 
 Shoka
 Songs that was written specifically for use in school education
 from the Meiji period (1868-1912) to the early years of the Showa period (1926-1989).
Aogeba Totoshi Graduation Song
Cha-tsumi Picking Tea Leaves 
Cho-cho Butterflies 
Fuji-san Mount Fuji 
Furusato My Hometown
Hakone Hachi-ri Mount Hakone 
Hamabe no Uta At the Shore 
Hana-saka-jijii The Dog & The Honest Old Man 
Haru ga Kita Spring Has Come
Haru no Ogawa Brook in Spring Time 
Hato The Pigeon 
Hinomaru National Flag of Japan 
Hotaru no Hikari Auld Lang Syne 
Ichi-gatsu Tsuitachi January1 
Katatsumuri The Snail
Kin-taro The Powerful Boy, Kin-taro 
Koinobori Carp Streamers 
Momiji Autumn Colors 
Momo-taro The Miracle Boy, Momo-taro 
Mura-matsuri A Village Feast 
Mushi no Koe Cricket Songs 
Musunde Hiraite Hands are Handy 
Oborozuki-yo Night with a Hazy Moon
Tsuki Moon 
Urashima-taro The Turtle & Urashima-taro 
Usagi Rabbit 
Usagi to Kame The Hare and the Tortoise 
Ware wa Umi no Ko Son of the Sea 
Yuki Snow 
 Warabe-uta
 Songs that Japanese children have sung from old times.
Anta-gata doko sa? Where are you from? 
Hana Ichi-monme Hana Ichi-monme 
Hiraita Hiraita Blooming
Ho Ho Hotaru Koi Firefly Catching 
Kagome Kagome Kagome Kagome
Toryanse Go Through
Zui Zui Zukkorobashi Zui Zui Zukkorobashi 
 Koka, Koyo
 Old songs
Kimigayo Kimigayo 
Komori-uta Cradle Song 
Sakura Sakura Cerry Blossoms 
 Minyo
 Songs that were written based on the life in various parts of Japan,
 and have been passed on continuously from generation to genaration.
Kokiriko-bushi Kokiriko-bushi (Toyama) 
Kuroda-bushi Kuroda-bushi (Fukuoka) 
Soran-bushi Soran-bushi (Hokkaido) 
: sung by KOYAMA Kate

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