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Violin - Monthly News - Archives - Kids Web Japan - Web Japan
Sayaka Shoji, a 16-year-old violinist from Tokyo, won first prize at the prestigious Niccolo Paganini international violin competition held in Genoa, Italy, in October. She is the first Japanese to win the contest.

The Evolving World of Karaoke | Lifestyle | Trends in Japan | Web Japan
Karaoke was born in Japan over 30 years ago. There are more and more karaoke establishments that, in addition to allowing patrons to have fun singing, have expanded their services through such means as presenting customers with delicious food in a lavish space or giving them the opportunity to soak in a hot bath.

Air-Purifying Paper | Sci-tech | Trends in Japan | Web Japan
The voice of female vocalist Hatsune Miku has become the talk of Japan's Internet community. Her voice is husky with just a hint of sweetness, and she has the spellbinding appearance of an anime character. Hatsune Miku is certainly no ordinary girl.

Kagura - Meet the Kids - Kids Web Japan - Web Japan
Kagura is a form of music and dance dedicated to Shinto gods. Long ago, the Shinto priests who took care of the shrines were the only people allowed to perform kagura. Nowadays, though, many ordinary people enjoy this form of music and dance. Learn about kagura here.

Musical Manga | Pop Culture | Trends in Japan | Web Japan
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NIPPONIA
Whether 1,300 year-old imperial court music or rural music and dance, young people have been carrying on the traditions passed down over generations. In this Nipponia feature, meet today's young performers in such arts as Kabuki, Bunraku and Gagaku.

Songs of Character | Pop Culture | Trends in Japan | Web Japan
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