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2023 release. Himorogi is the tenth album by ironomi. Divining Japanese mythology and it's relationship with nature, the new album is an aural pastorale that fosters deeper territory in the realm of spiritual searching through dreamy, drifting piano, 17-string koto (jushichi-genso) and new form electronic processing. #ironomi's desire to commune with mother Earth and it's season's colors has always served as a continual inspiration for their music. In himorogi, the duo delves into a more spiritual focus in their journey towards musical impressionism. Japanese culture has long held the idea that heavenly spirits live in many elements of the natural world, such as mountains, rocks, trees, and the sea. The album title comes from the Japanese word Himorogi (??), which in Shinto terminology is translated as "divine fence," which refers to sacred areas that a celestial spirit enters.
2023 release. Himorogi is the tenth album by ironomi. Divining Japanese mythology and it's relationship with nature, the new album is an aural pastorale that fosters deeper territory in the realm of spiritual searching through dreamy, drifting piano, 17-string koto (jushichi-genso) and new form electronic processing. #ironomi's desire to commune with mother Earth and it's season's colors has always served as a continual inspiration for their music. In himorogi, the duo delves into a more spiritual focus in their journey towards musical impressionism. Japanese culture has long held the idea that heavenly spirits live in many elements of the natural world, such as mountains, rocks, trees, and the sea. The album title comes from the Japanese word Himorogi (??), which in Shinto terminology is translated as "divine fence," which refers to sacred areas that a celestial spirit enters.
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Himorogi
Artist: Ironomi
Format: CD
New: Available $31.98
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DISC: 1

1. ?? Ama Saki
2. ?? Yume Asobi
3. ?? Sakura Ame
4. ?? Ama Yadori
5. ?? Chumu

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2023 release. Himorogi is the tenth album by ironomi. Divining Japanese mythology and it's relationship with nature, the new album is an aural pastorale that fosters deeper territory in the realm of spiritual searching through dreamy, drifting piano, 17-string koto (jushichi-genso) and new form electronic processing. #ironomi's desire to commune with mother Earth and it's season's colors has always served as a continual inspiration for their music. In himorogi, the duo delves into a more spiritual focus in their journey towards musical impressionism. Japanese culture has long held the idea that heavenly spirits live in many elements of the natural world, such as mountains, rocks, trees, and the sea. The album title comes from the Japanese word Himorogi (??), which in Shinto terminology is translated as "divine fence," which refers to sacred areas that a celestial spirit enters.
        
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