This music was recorded in Takano, Tango-cho, the northern-most coast of Kyoto, where I live. The bay surrounded by volcanic rock caves is the place where the mighty sounds of waves of the open sea have their muffled echo. Seawater flows into the hollows in the rock again and again like breathing in and breathing out. Spring water constantly drips in the cave, and now and then the wind from the meadow above the chasm brings the sounds of the crickets...the sound spaces of the coast of Takano. A site of a new encounter with the rhythm of the sounds of the sea
"a pair of recordings (made by junko wada) of akio suzuki’s in-situ music, recorded out in the wild(s) during october of 2007 with suzuki on his self-built instruments ... absolutely gorgeous." Mimaroglu
Recorded at Takano Strand, Tango-Kyoto, Japan on 17 October 1997.