Japanese lullabies

Every culture has its own bedtime songs (lullabies), simple yet beautiful cradle songs, sung by parents since ancient times. Japanese lullabies (komoriuta) took all the best from the Oriental culture. This beautiful combination of Japanese language, natural sounds and folk musical instruments turns Japanese lullabies into something incredible and even mystic.  Listen to Japanese lullabies for babies on our website and download the best songs to go to sleep for free

Favorite Lullabies

0 lullabies / 0 minutes Open playlist
First long
Filters (0)
0:00
Summer star (from "Naruto" cartoon)
Japanese lullaby

Natsuhiboshi naze akai?

Yuube kanashii yume wo mita.

Naite hanashita.

Akai me yo.

Natsuhiboshi naze mayou?

Kiete warashi wo sagashiteru

Dakara kanashii yume wo miru.

0:00
Chugoku lullaby
Baisho Chieko

(Romanized Japanese)


Nenneko shasshari mase,
Neta ko no kawaisa.
Okite naku ko no
Nenkororo, tsura nikusa.
Nenkororon, nenkororon.

Nenneko shasshari mase,
Kyō wa nijūgo-nichi sa.
Asu wa kono ko no,
Nenkororo, Miya-mairi.
Nenkororon, nenkororon.

Miya e maitta toki,
Nan to yūte ogamu sa.
Issho kono ko no, 
Nenkororo, mame na yō ni.
Nenkororon, nenkororon.

0:00
Takeda No Komoriuta
Graciela Susana

Romanized Japanese


Mori mo iyagaru, Bon kara saki-nya
Yuki mo chiratsuku-shi, Ko mo naku-shi

Bon ga kita-tote, Nani ureshi-karo
Katabira wa nashi, Obi wa nashi

Kono ko you naku, Mori wo ba ijiru
Mori mo ichi-nichi, Yaseru-yara

Hayo-mo yuki-taya, Kono zaisho koete
Mukou ni mieru wa, Oya no uchi
Mukou ni mieru wa, Oya no uchi

Content
Sounding
Musical instruments
Extra
lullaby
Listen the lullaby
x
lullabies
0
5:34