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A bunch of classic western popular music performed on various traditional Japanese instruments like the koto, shinobue, shamisen and others.  After watching Kubo and the Two Strings, this type of blend really interests me.  

 

The videos typically start with a description and demonstration of one of the instruments featured before going into the song.  

 

 

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