lost in translation.

“KAMA AINA represents me as a fan of music which comes from islands, as well as referring to myself living in an island country. i sometimes think that my music reminds me of a remote island somewhere else.”takuji aoyagi is the main man behind the project
kama aina
living in tokyo, takuji creates harmonic sounds into sweet & innocent releases of japanese folk-pop. on 10.31.06, his sixth album “club kama aina” arrives to remind you of turquoise-blue oceans and bright fields of velvet green.

listen:: hotaru [club kama aina 2006]

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