Moriyama Naotaro sings “Sakura” at Ueno Park surrounded by cherry blossoms
On April 7th, singer-songwriter Moriyama Naotaro made a guest appearance at a live broadcasting of J-WAVE’s “SATURDAY SONIC” at the Tokyo National Museum Garden in Ueno Park.
Surrounded by cherry blossoms in full bloom, Moriyama sang his hit song, “Sakura“. He shyly commented, “It’s embarrassing. It’s embarrassing to sing ‘Sakura’ with cherry blossoms right in front of me.”
Since this year marks the 10th year anniversary since his major debut, the host asked Moriyama if there was anything he wanted to do in the coming years. He responded, “I don’t want to do anything. I want to do nothing thoroughly. In a middle of a forest with negative ions, I want to become brand new by doing nothing.”
Aside “Sakura”, Moriyama performed his songs “Fork wa Boku ni Yasashiku Katari Kakete Kuru Tomodachi“, “Nee, Marcy“, and “Aoi Asa” from his upcoming album “Suteki na Something“.
Check out pictures of Moriyama Naotaro’s performance below!