Umi Yukaba (海行かば?) is a Japanese patriotic song (gunka) based on a waka poem by Ōtomo no Yakamochi in the Man'yōshū. As set to music in 1937 by Kiyoshi Nobutoki (信時 潔 Nobutoki Kiyoshi?) it has been popular during and also after World War II.
Umi Yukaba is also the name of a 1983 Japanese film.
- Umi Yukaba from Victory in the Pacific, PBS documentary on World War II
- Kiyoshi Nobutoki Research guide in Japanese only
- Nihonkai daikaisen: Umi yukaba from IMDB
- The Emperor and Empress's Visit to Saipan account of an elderly Chamorro man singing Umi yukaba
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