JAPANESE SINGERS ———— ———— Japanese singers have long sung the national anthems.
In Japan, the anthem is usually sung by a small group of people, usually students.
But last year, as part of a campaign to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Japan’s World War II, the country’s top school band played a concert in which members sang the national song.
The band’s director, Masayoshi Kogoro, said in a statement the band performed the national hymn with the help of a large choir, and the singing team was “very happy and happy to sing.”
A representative for the band did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment.
“This is not a traditional Japanese singing tradition,” Kogomo said in his statement.
“It is not even a common song, but it has been sung in the country for more than 70 years.”
A video of the concert went viral, with many Japanese saying the national aria was one of their favorite songs.
While there is no official national anthem, Kogori said his band is happy to honor the country that gave birth to the United States and has become the most popular country in the world.
The video, which has since gone viral, shows Kogoros band members singing the song with the backing of a group of soldiers.
One of the soldiers in the video is a veteran of the countrys World War Two.
He said he and his group had to sing “God Save the Queen” at the end because the lyrics were too patriotic.
In the past, there was not any way for us to sing it because we were not allowed to do it,” he said.”
I think it’s the same for me.”
“In the past, there was not any way for us to sing it because we were not allowed to do it,” he said.