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"Jero" (Jerome in English) is one of Japan's most popular singers. He sings traditional style Japanese Enka music. He's American, with a Japanese grandmother. This video: 5 hit songs, plus an interview

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Junko Abe (阿部 純子 Abe Junko?) (5 July 1951 – 22 August 2013), known primarily by the stage name Keiko Fuji (藤 圭子 Fuji Keiko?) was a Japanese enka singer and actress. She had success in Japan in the 1960s and 1970s with her ballad-type songs. She was married on-and-off with Utada Teruzane, and was the mother of Japanese pop singer Utada Hikaru.

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Keiko Fuji 藤 圭子 Japanese enka singer and actress. She had success in Japan in the 1960s and 1970s with her ballad-type songs. Her parents were itinerant musical performers. Her father was a rōkyoku singer. Her mother was a blind shamisen player or goze. As a child, Fuji sometimes accompanied her parents and sang with them when they were on tour. Her song "Keiko no Yume wa Yoru Hiraku" (Keiko's version of "Yume wa Yoru Hiraku") won the "mass popularity award" at the Japan Record Award in…

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氷川きよし 時代を駆ける男 Kiyoshi Hikawa - Japanese enka folk songs reminds me of my mum's era similar to the Chinese folk songs

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BABYMETAL's new song "メギツネ "- MEGITSUNE 19.June.2013 Available!! This is the Japanese "MATSURI" metal song. " MATSURI "metal means mix of Heavy Metal,Metalcore,Screamo,Break Down,2-Step,J-Pop Music,Enka( Japanese popular song which is full of melancholy),Matsuri...Hybrid style of music. That is Chaos!! But,this is BABYMETAL from Japan!!

Whenever I hear this song, I just feel like crying. To me, there is a magical connotation in this song. Rest in Peace, Hibari-san!

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Hikaru Utada 宇多田 ヒカル (Hikki) Japanese-American singer, songwriter, arranger, and producer. Since the release of her Japanese debut album First Love, which went on to become the best-selling album in Oricon history. Hikaru Utada was born in Manhattan as the only child of Teruzane Utada, a Japanese record producer, and his wife Junko Utada, an enka singer, performing under the stage name Keiko Fuji. She did her recordings with her mother, releasing songs under a band named U3

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