Our friend, Sachiko Kanenobu, has lived in Glen Ellen, California for close to fifty years. In 1972 she was a 21-year-old songwriter about to release her debut album, “Misora” in Japan.
       
     
 Sachiko's story is written in New York Time,  The Hidden History of Japan's Folk-Rock Boom .
       
     
       
     
Misora Workshop

Sonoma Cultural Exchange is presenting Misora Workshop Summer 2019 with Sachiko Kanenobu in Sonoma, California. Sachiko will teach song writing for Japanese and American audiences.

The film credit to Takeru Toyoshima 豊島猛 of Adorn.

 Our friend, Sachiko Kanenobu, has lived in Glen Ellen, California for close to fifty years. In 1972 she was a 21-year-old songwriter about to release her debut album, “Misora” in Japan.
       
     

Our friend, Sachiko Kanenobu, has lived in Glen Ellen, California for close to fifty years. In 1972 she was a 21-year-old songwriter about to release her debut album, “Misora” in Japan.

 Sachiko's story is written in New York Time,  The Hidden History of Japan's Folk-Rock Boom .
       
     

Sachiko's story is written in New York Time, The Hidden History of Japan's Folk-Rock Boom.