New Min'yo" (shinsaku no min'yo), composed in the style of traditional Ryukyuan min'yo, have been written by several contemporary Ryukyuan folk musicians such as Rinsho Kadekaru, Sadao China, Shokichi Kina, Seijin Noborikawa and Tsuneo Fukuhara. These songs are often heard in contemporary pop music arrangements. Haisai ojisan, with music and lyrics by Shokichi Kina, is typical of this genre.
Vibrant, optimistic, uptempo and contemporary Far Eastern corporate underscore, with a flavour of traditional Japan. A picture of Japan today, from the busy city financial institutions and money markets to the people's lives. Features traditional Japanese instruments alongside modern western beats. Instrumental, Japanese, Japanese Dramatic
Quirky japan a distinct oriental mood and feelsoundbed led by Shakuhachi and Koto Very atmospheric and dreamy Japanese winter garden style with echoey acoustic guitars, koto and shamisen over sparse oriental percussion. Instrumental, Japanese, Ryukyuan Contemporary