OnoD’s “Amaoto” is Stuck in My Head

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Day 29:  A Song Currently Stuck in Your Head

A song that’s currently stuck in my head is Amaoto (雨音 / Sound of Rainfall) by seiyuu Ono Daisuke (小野大輔).  This song has been featured numerous times in many of my episode translations of the Japanese radio show Dear Girl ~Stories~ hosted by him and fellow seiyuu Kamiya Hiroshi (神谷浩史).  I also wrote a previous post titled “Can You Hear My Love Against The Pouring Rain?”.

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This song is a bit old, but it’s my favourite song of OnoD’s.  It’s so beautiful and meaningful compared to his other songs, in my opinion.  I wish that he sings more songs like this.  It’s so romantic that I can’t help but smile whenever I listen to it.

Now you know that Amaoto by Ono Daisuke is a song currently stuck in my head.  What’s yours?

Ono Daisuke in Mausu Promotion (Japanese)
Dear Girl ~Stories~ in animelo mix (Japanese)

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