Kamenozoki from Moon Chant by Aco Takenaka on YouTube

Another peaceful and spiritual song Kamenozoki, by Aco Takenaka from her Moon Chant, has been uploaded on Youtube!!!

Aco Takenaka, this new Japanese singer in the U.S., sings not only Japanese. But she also sings in English, Portuguese, and other ancient languages.

Aco Takenaka surprises us with her voice as if like an angel singing through the sky. The best part of her music is her heart. Her understanding of nature is from traveling the world, which you can also feel it from her music. Enjoy listening to her new song “Kamenozoki”!! A song may give you power, peace and chills.

Aco Takenaka’s YouTube channel is available. You will find her other songs there!!!!

http://www.youtube.com/user/DomoMusic/videos

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