Shugo Tukomaru is a experimental folk/Indie/Lo-FI composer. I found it very good and reminds me a lot of Sufjan Stevens . Enjoy “Mushina”.
Taquwami is a young producer from Tokyo. Listen to ” Never Ending Evaporation”.
Ok. That’s funny. Y- no is a japanese group but famous for playing a brazilian genre named “Pagode”. Pagode is a kind of new-samba, very popular in Brazil.
The group sings in portuguese (sometimes seems that they using google translator) and japanese. It’s called J-Pagode. Listen to “Querido meu amor”.
Kina Grannis, born in 1985, is a japanese american pop and acoustic singer. Here’s her song “Someone Else’s Heart“:
Listen to In Your Arms too!
Nanae Mimura is a great japanese vibraphone player. Here’s her Marimba versopn fo Pachelbel’s classic “Cannon“:
This was a Music-Suggestion from Truels, thanks!
Tenniscoats is a great Japanese two-member-band, performing a mix of indie, folk world music and pop. Listen to their excellent song “Baibaba Bimba“:
Krita Yuga is sitar player from Japan, here’s the song “Invisible Walls” :
This was a Music-Suggestion from marcoselchiche, thanks!