Have you heard Japanese music? Melodious Japanese music usually accompanies with me and adjust my mood. Japanese music are separated into two parts, one is traditional Japanese music, the other is modern Japanese music. Which kinds of Japanese music do you love best?
There are countless types of traditional music in Japan. Two of the oldest Japanese music are gagaku, or orchestral court music and shmy, or Buddhist chanting, both traditional Japanese music date to the Nara and Heian periods. There are also some other traditional Japanese music. Gagaku is ancient court music from China and Korea. It is the oldest type of Japanese, traditional music. Biwagaku is the music played with the instrument Biwa, a kind of guitar with four strings. Nogaku: Music played during No performances. This Japanese music basically consists of a chorus, the Hayashi flute, the Tsuzumi drum, and other instruments. Sokyoku is a music played with the instrument Koto. Later also accompanied by Shamisen and Shakuhachi. The Koto is a zither with 13 strings. The modern Japanese music scene includes a wide array of performers in distinct styles both traditional and modern, ranging from rock, electro, punk, folk, metal, reggae, salsa, and tango to country music and hip hop. Local Japanese music often appears at karaoke venues, which is on leave from the record labels.
The Japanese also enjoy various types of popular music. Japanese karaoke song which is supported by the largest number of fans. In recent times, moreover, rock, soul, and folk music from the U.S. have won widespread popularity in Japan, especially among the younger generations. I love Japanese music very much, especially Japanese popular music. If you have not listen any Japanese music, you can have a try.