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Can you recommend Japanese music that you’re currently listening to?

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There is a lot of reallly good Japanese music, if you go into spotify or apple music you can search Japanese playlists and listen to them and find songs you like from them. I did that and it really helped me find good Japanese music that I listen to now! (●´ω`●)

#11 Posted by kat ((((: over 1 year ago
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(Wow. I'm quite late to this)

Ah, I like the older music, but my favorites have to be "Sasurai" and other songs by Hako Yamasaki. If you want to find more classic stuff I'd totally recommend checking out the Youtube channel 'Xerf Xpec' who uploads Japanese albums including J/CityPop, Rock, Movie soundtracks etc. Once you get down the rabbit hole of Japanese music on youtube, you'll be sure to be recommended more of what you're particularly interested in :)

Good Luck!

♥ ƑƦAŊƇƢƷ 

#12 Posted by francois444 over 1 year ago
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I really like aimer and yorushika at the moment and Kenshi Yonezo too

#13 Posted by blahblahman_93 over 1 year ago
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I really love listening to Japanese rock, especially One OK Rock! I love their songs so much and I'm glad I discovered them. I am now a fan of theirs! Love their music so much.

Utagawa Aki

#14 Posted by UtagawaAki about 8 months ago
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seiko matsuda, jun togawa, kojikoji, myth&roid, nano, minami, polkadot stingray, kyary pamyu pamyu, rie fu, co shu nie, wagakki band, akb48, mariya takeuchi

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