Japanese MV for Beautiful World, a country song by indie band Lululu [Jp].
Japanese music video for New Horizon, released in July 2014 by EXILE, a popular Japanese pop group. Just an OK song, the video is beautiful though.
The boy band was formed in 2001. About half of the 19 members are in their 30’s (the eldest is 45), but the group will continue to bring in new blood to keep them running like a franchise, which is common in J-pop.
Japanese commercial for Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC) which shows their appreciation for women in the workforce.
The word “fight” is often used as word of encouragement in Asia, a short form for “keep on fighting”. Music by pop rock band Southern All Stars.
Japanese music video for Natsu no Free & Easy, the ninth single by pop group Nogizaka46, released July 9, 2014. It’s the month’s best seller thus far.
This is also the first Nogizaka46 single featuring popular idol Rena Matsui, who joins the team as a concurrent member from sister group SKE48.
Nogizaka46 series – Previous: Non-no Japanese food
Promotion video for Korean pop group Girls’ Generation’s The Best Japanese compilation album which was released on July 23, with behind-the-scene clips from the making of their various Japanese music videos along with respective audio tracks.
[Update] A lyrics MV for Indestructible, an original song for the compilation album.
Japanese music video for Have A Nice Day by techno-pop group World Order. Decent song, interesting choreography and video concept.
World Order was formed in 2009 by Genki Sudo, a retired mix-martial artist and kickboxer, who also wrote most (if not all) of the group’s songs.