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​​Created by Michael Todd
with Cora Gutel, Nick Geist, & Chris Todd

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Uguisu


The Uguisu is an Asian passerine bird more often heard than seen. Its distinctive breeding call can be heard throughout much of Japan from the start of spring.

The bird is drab-coloured and secretive. It is normally only seen in spring before there is foliage in the trees. In winter the call is a low chirping. The Japanese bush warbler tends to remain deep in the shadow of foliage during the day.

In summer it ranges from low hills to high mountains, preferring bamboo thickets and black pine trees. In winter it seeks cover at lower elevations.

The propensity of the Japanese bush warbler to sing has led to the birds being kept as cage birds. 

It is one of the favorite motifs of Japanese poetry, featured in many poems including those in Man'yōshū or Kokin Wakashū. In haiku and renga, uguisu is one of the kigo which signify the early spring. In poetry the bird is associated with the ume blossom, and appears with ume on hanafuda playing cards. 

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THIS SONG IS SO BEAUTIFUL! 

​WHEEEE!

Uguisu  Songbook

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AFTER ALL THAT SWEETNESS,
IT'S GROSS OUT TIME!!