Figure 1.-- One traditional Japanese music form we note are the Japanese ritual drums, but we do not yet know anything about them. Here a Japanese high school in Nagasaki appear to be welcoming an American boy choir from Pennsylvania.
We have very limited information on music in Japan. We note boys wearing Western garments with a destinctive Japanese look for some fine arts avtivities, especially music. We do have pages on music in Japan, both information on choirs and bands. The music children seem involved in appears to be mostly Western music. We have noted a Japananese popular music group, but do not know much about them. One traditional Japanese music form we note are the Japanese ritual drums, but we do not yet know anything about them.
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