This one is inspired by the writing of Nagai Kafu, who is best known for his evocative descriptions of the moods and fancies of Old Tokyo, when it was called Edo - its gardens and canals, its streets and alleys, its people, and above all its women - especially geisha. "How I love the Ukiyo-e! The print of the courtesan who has sold herself to the cruel life for ten years so that she may help her parents - it makes me want to weep." The narrative is utterly beautiful and always with a touch of sadness between the lines.

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    Instrumental, Downbeat
    • Version: 1
    • Type: Original
    • Release Date: 2015-12-18
    • © Creative Commons: Attribution, No Derivative Works
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