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Min-On Music Journey No. 20: The Republic of South Africa

Welcome to the first installment of Min-On’s Music Journey in the new year, 2021! Please join the Min-On Concert Association and the South African Embassy in Japan as we travel to the Republic of South Africa, often called the “Rainbow Nation.”

The Republic of South Africa is located at the southernmost tip of the African continent. read more…

A Message from Min-On for the New Year, 2021

A Message from Min-On for the New Year, 2021

Happy New Year, everyone. While the onset of the coronavirus pandemic and the self-imposed lockdown that followed had forced the Min-On Concert Association into canceling live concerts, we were able to hold a number of musical events online, both paid and for free,...

Min-On Music Journey No. 19: The Russian Federation

Min-On Music Journey No. 19: The Russian Federation

Welcome as the Min-On Concert Association and the Embassy of the Russian Federation to Japan guide you to Russia, the largest country in the world, spanning the Eurasian continent from the Pacific Ocean in the east to the Baltic Sea in the west. In terms of land area,...

Min-On and China: Partners in Cultural Exchange

Min-On and China: Partners in Cultural Exchange

Since it was founded in 1963, the Min-On Concert Association has been dedicated to the promotion of international cultural exchange through the media of music and the performing arts. To date, artists from more than 100 countries have been welcomed onstage in Japan...

Min-On Music Journey No. 18: The Kingdom of Thailand

Min-On Music Journey No. 18: The Kingdom of Thailand

Welcome to the next installment of Min-On's Music Journey! Today, Min-On Concert Association and the Royal Thai Embassy in Japan welcome you to Thailand in Southeast Asia. Thailand has many fascinating locations that attract many tourists annually, including beautiful...

Music is Hope—Min-On Concert: The Norwegian Girls Choir

Music is Hope—Min-On Concert: The Norwegian Girls Choir

Music reaches the hearts of people. It allows us see things that were invisible to us, and it can also open doors that were locked shut. With every concert, Min-On encounters not just the joy of sharing art from all over the world but also the thankful voices of...

Ambassador of Nicaragua to Japan Visits the Min-On Culture Center

Ambassador of Nicaragua to Japan Visits the Min-On Culture Center

On November 27, 2020, Ambassador Rodrigo Coronel Kinloch of the Republic of Nicaragua visited the Min-On Culture Center and spoke with Min-On's president, Mr. Kazuto Ito. Ambassador Kinloch was pleased that Nicaragua was featured in Min-On's Music Journey, an...

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“HARU NO UMI” [Spring Sea]
youtu.be/SJas1QagcRE

Today, January 15, is Koshogatsu(Little New Year) in Japan, we would like share Japanese traditional song named “HARU NO UMI.”

It’s often played during the new year season. Those who have visited Japan during the new year holidays may find it familiar.

We will present this song, one of the songs performed on the online concert in October this year. For their full-length version on YouTube, please visit Min-On YouTube channel.

“HARU NO UMI” [Spring Sea]
youtu.be/SJas1QagcRE

Please enjoy the beautiful sound of this song performed by an ensemble of traditional Japanese instruments the Tsugaru-jamisen, the shakuhachi, the koto and Japanese drum.

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【ONE WORLD】
Today, January 15, is Koshogatsu(Little New Year) in Japan, we would like share Japanese traditional song named “HARU NO UMI.” 

It’s often played during the new year season. Those who have visited Japan during the new year holidays may find it familiar. 

We will present this song, one of the songs performed on the online concert in October this year. For their full-length version on YouTube, please visit Min-On YouTube channel from our profile link. 

“HARU NO UMI” [Spring Sea]
https://youtu.be/SJas1QagcRE

Please enjoy the beautiful sound of this song performed by an ensemble of traditional Japanese instruments the Tsugaru-jamisen, the shakuhachi, the koto and Japanese drum.

Min-On Concert Association 
-Music Binds Our Hearts-

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