Japanese Children's Song - Momotarō - 桃太郎 - Peach Boy

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Momotarō (桃太郎, "Peach Boy") is a popular hero of Japanese folklore originating from Okayama Prefecture. His name translates as Peach Tarō, a common Japanese masculine name, and is often translated as Peach Boy. Momotarō is the title of various books, films and other works that portray the tale of this hero.
Singer: Yasuda Mizuho
Lyrics:
Momotaro, Momotaro,
You have dumplings* in the pouch at your waist
Please give me one.
I'll give you one, I'll give you one,
For the future of the oni-demon expedition,
I'll give you one if you come.
Let's go, let's go,
I'll go with you wherever you go,
I'll go as your servant.
Well underway, well underway,
Let's attack the oni-demon island at once,
Let's smash the oni-demons on the island.
Great! Great!
We've attacked and pinned down the demons,
Let's get the treasure back!
Ten thousand cheers! Ten thousand cheers!
A dog and a monkey and a pheasant accompany
You home with the treasure-filled cart, hooray!
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教育 - Education

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