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Shibuya-kei is a type of Japanese pop music which combines a mixutre of jazz, fusion, traditional music, bossa nova, and electronica. Shibuya-kei genre first gained recgonition in the [[Shibuya]] district of [[Tokyo]], from which it took its name.  
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'''Shibuya-kei''' is a type of Japanese pop music which combines a mixutre of jazz, fusion, traditional music, bossa nova, and electronica. Shibuya-kei genre first gained recognition in the [[Shibuya]] district of [[Tokyo]], from which it took its name.  
  
 
[[Pizzicato Five]] is often considered the creators of the genre.  
 
[[Pizzicato Five]] is often considered the creators of the genre.  
  
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Latest revision as of 22:13, 7 June 2009

Shibuya-kei is a type of Japanese pop music which combines a mixutre of jazz, fusion, traditional music, bossa nova, and electronica. Shibuya-kei genre first gained recognition in the Shibuya district of Tokyo, from which it took its name.

Pizzicato Five is often considered the creators of the genre.

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