#010 The Best Female Singer in Japan? On Saya Asakura


The other day, I bumped into a video where Saya Asakura was singing, and she blew my mind. This girl can really, really sing! In this episode, I will attempt to explain why she is so great. I will look at different aspects of singing: resonance, vocal registers, tones, phrasing, control etc, while presenting examples of her singing.
The songs I quoted in this episodes are: Hana, Mogamigawa Funauta, Kaede, Melt, Let it go, Tokyo by Saya Asakura, and La Solitudine by Laura Pausini.

yuta

Japanese author, blogger, YouTuber. Talks about Japan, dating, communication, and travel.

One thought on “#010 The Best Female Singer in Japan? On Saya Asakura

  1. My favorite J-pop artist is Namie Amuro. She does not sound as talented as Saya Asakura but part of the reason I admire Namie is her perseverance in the J-pop industry, dancing, and her versatility of singing styles.

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