songs

Songs about Esashi:

songsEsashi Oiwake (shakuhachi) by Various Artists / Explorer Series from the Album Japan: Traditional Vocal And Instrumental Music

songsEsashi Oiwake by Stan Richardson from the Album Moon on the Water

songsEsashi by Yukihiko Mitsuka Homei Matsumoto from the Album Live at Pleyel: Sakura

songsEsashi Crossroads by A Beautiful Relationship from the Album As the Crow Flies

songsEsashi Oiwake by Katakura Yujiki, Kikuchi Tomojir?, Abe Hidesabur?, Jin Chieko Takashi Y?jir? from the Album Min'y? (Folk Song from Japan)

songsEsashi Oiwake by Joji Hirota from the Album Japanese Folk Songs

songsEsashi Oiwake by The Terem Quartet from the Album Terem Quartet And His Friends

books

Books about Esashi:

booksEsashi oiwake monogatari (Doshin sensho) (Japanese Edition) by Kazuo Tate (1989)

booksEsashi oiwake to Nihon no minshu seiji: Minshuteki seiji riron no chiiki kara no saikochiku (Japanese Edition)... by Tadao Adachi (1000)

booksThe (Paperback Shogakukan) Tondabayashi - Esashi Heng Road Dongguk - walk a little Edo (1999) ISBN: 4094111816... by Mabuchi Kosuke (0100)

booksOVP-088 Esashi Oiwake / Japanese folk song (2000) ISBN: 4872257669 [Japanese Import] by unknown (0010)

books100 years of Mizusawa-Esashi-Isawa View eyes (2001) ISBN: 4876635226 [Japanese Import] by Sajima Naosaburo (0010)

booksGunkan Kaiyo Maru: Esashi e no koseki (Japanese Edition) by Kiyoshi Kashiwakura (1990)

booksEsashi-gun Ainu-go chimei ko (Japanese Edition) by Takehiko Niioka

movies

Movies about Esashi:

moviesDocumentary - The Last Run Esashisen Kikonai-Esashi VKL-42 Unrated -

wiki

Wiki information Esashi:

Esashi
City/Town/Village, Statistical region, Dated location, Location

Esashi is a town in Hiyama District, Hiyama Subprefecture, Hokkaido, Japan. It is the capital of Hiyama Subprefecture. One of the oldest towns in Hokkaido, the name Esashi comes from the Ainu word for konbu, a type of edible kelp well known in Japan....

Esashi
City/Town/Village, Location, Statistical region, Dated location

Esashi is a town in Esashi District, Sōya Subprefecture, Hokkaido, Japan. As of 2011, its estimated population is 8,980 and its area is 1,115.67 square kilometres. The name comes from the Ainu word Esaushi, meaning "cape".