Play the piano, next to the Itano temples
Konsen-ji is a temple in Itano (Tokushima Prefecture). Founded by Gyōki, it was rebuilt in the Edo period after being burnt. Dainichi-ji is also an Itano temple. https://en.japantravel.com/tokushima/dainichiji-itano/8346 The main image is by Dainichi Nyorai (it is said that the temple was founded by Kōbō Daishi, who carved the image).
Born in the small town of Itano in September 1977, ANGELA AKI (Japanese father and Italian-American mother) is a Japanese singer, songwriter and pianist. After moving to the United States, she graduated in 2000, producing her first album titled “These Words”. Returning to Japan in 2005, she made up her second album “One”. Growth in rural Japan was hard for her, having been bullied, which led her to study the piano as an escape from her isolation. She began to take piano lessons when she was three years old and lived in Tokushima. In 2014, ANGELA AKI announced that it would put her music career on hold as it went to America to study music.
THIS LOVE – Someone has said that if there is love there is peace and while there is people that agrees there is also people that doubts about it because there is suffering when I hug you close in the gentleness of those arms I feel peace. From certain moment I became reticent and shut my heart this love seems to have been torn apart I put this hand over yours and this time I won’t let it go the power of believing will set love free. Being rescued by friendship and Imagining our future I can see happiness but I can’t see myself. Just with the promise that we call our compass this love will lose sight of direction. Rather than waiting for a miracle I want to connect these hands the power of believing will set me free. You don’t have to fear this love. I put this hand over yours and this time I won’t let it go the power of believing will set love free. Rather than waiting for a miracle I want to connect these hands the power of believing will set me free.
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