Thursday, December 22, 2011

Merry Christmas with always christmas

All of my gigs went quite well this year...
one more to go on Dec. 28th!

Thank you for all your support this year. I'm really pleased to advise that I've uploaded my first Christmas song, "always christmas", here.
Please listen :) and download for FREE.

"always christmas" is the title and it was written during the hottest month in Tokyo in August. I really needed a break then but didn't have the luxury so ended up writing about "holidays" and being with "you". Here, "you" can mean family, lovers, and any one who is significant to you.

Allow me to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a spectacular new year 2012!

Blessings to u, krystalcube

Sunday, October 30, 2011

Gigs for November / December

Sunday, October 30, 2011

Hello ... how are you doing?Autumn has begun here in Tokyo - getting cooler around 15 degrees C.As usual, I have not been good at updating this blog so will try to get better from now on. This blog is now linked to the Japanese blog ( a start, the following are the dates for my next gigs.

Nov. 17 (Thurs) at Roppongi Brave Bar 8:50pm

6 minute walk from Roppongi Crossing toward Tokyo Tower

*krystalcube collection

Dec. 11 (Sun) at Shimokitazawa VOICE FACTORY 3:30 pm

5 minute walk from Shimokitazawa station, West exit (Nishiguchi)

*Another Kingdom winter event

*krystalcube feat. basskie

*acoustic duo with jazz bassist basskie


Friday, April 22, 2011

krystalcube "unplugged" live recording!

Long time no hear....yes....concentrating on gigs in Tokyo, only to be followed by the earthquake and aftershocks!

Thanks to your prayers and warm thoughts, I am doing okay still singing and doing music to my heart's desire.

I am pleased to advise that a live recording from a charity event held on April 16, 2011 in Roppongi's Brave Bar is available for view. All you have to do is to click the following view krystalcube or paste this url to your browser:

This gig was broadcasted worldwide for the benefit of those victims from the Tohoku Kanto earthquake in March 2011 in Japan. krystalcube performed five original songs with her pal guitar, Caramel.

Three songs are sung in English and two in Japanese. Sorry, the MC is in Japanese to cater to those in the affected areas. In the interval, I am sharing my learnings from a Buddhist teaching of how a smile (just like a gift money, only something you can do for free) brings happiness to all. I must say I was not in my best condition but hope my thoughts reach you.

Song titles: Banana Bread, unconditional Love, You Must Believe in Spring, Kiseki (means miracle), Connecting to You

Blessings to u, krystalcube