Chūgoku Region Lullaby

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Chugoku Region Lullaby (Japanese: 中国地方の子守唄 or chūgoku chihō no komoriuta) is a traditional folk song in Okayama Prefecture, Chugoku region, Japan, and is a well known Japanese cradle song.

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Chugoku Region Lullaby is a traditional folk song in the city of Ibara, Okayama Prefecture, Chugoku region, Japan, and is a well known Japanese cradle song. It is best known by the arrangement by Kosaku Yamada that was made in 1938.[1]

An instrumental version, played on a harp, marks the end of transmission at night on RCC, broadcasting to Hiroshima prefecture. Up until 1987, a violin version was used on Sanyo Broadcasting, in Okayama and Kagawa, also signalling the end of daily programming.

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  1. ^ Chugoku Chiho no komoriuta (Its story, lyrics and music score)

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