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Attack On Titan Opening Themes And Other Anison Get The Acoustic Guitar Treatment By Japanese Musician [Video]

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The beauty of acoustic anison.

Harudori is a talented Japanese singer/songwriter/guitarist from Yamaguchi Prefecture. Born in 1984, Harudori took up playing the guitar while in junior high due to his love of the Japanese band Mr. Children and ever since then he’s been creating and performing music. That’s basically the kind of information that his official website will tell you. However, if you look at his YouTube channel you find out another interesting detail about him: Harudori appears to be a major fan of anime and anime music.

Using his considerable talents on the acoustic guitar Harudori has taken it upon himself to cover some of his favorite anison (anime songs). This includes opening themes for both hugely popular series and some lesser known ones. Regardless of the song, though, Harudori always does a great job. So let’s take a look at some of his acoustic guitar anison covers.

First up we have a series of Attack on Titan covers. The first of these is of the series’ first opening: “Guren no Yumiya.” Harudori’s take on this popular theme is something much more mellow than the epic and intense original.

Attack on Titan OP 1 – Guren no Yumiya (Acoustic Guitar Cover)

Continuing with the Attack on Titan series, here we have an acoustic guitar cover of the series’ second opening: “Jiyuu no Tsubasa.” This version feels like something you might hear a guitarist in Spain play in a tavern.

Attack on Titan OP 2 – Jiyuu no Tsubasa (Acoustic Guitar Cover)

And here is Harudori’s cover of the fourth Attack on Titan opening theme: “Red Swan.”

Attack on Titan OP 4 – Red Swan (Acoustic Guitar Cover)

Harudori isn’t just into Attack on Titan, though. He also seems to enjoy many other series, including My Hero Academia because here’s his acoustic interpretation of “Make My Story” from the show’s third season.

My Hero Academia OP 4 – Make My Story (Acoustic Guitar Cover)

Here’s Harudori’s cover of “Fatima” by Kanako Ita, which is the theme for Steins;Gate 0.

Steins;Gate 0 OP – Fatima (Acoustic Guitar Cover)

Here’s a cover of the opening to the anime adaptation of the horror manga Happy Sugar Life.

Happy Sugar Life OP – One Room Sugar Life (Acoustic Guitar Cover)

And finally, here’s an acoustic guitar version of “Dancing,” which is the first opening theme to the cycling anime Yowamushi Pedal.

Yowamushi Pedal OP 1 – Dancing (Acoustic Guitar Cover)

For more content like this, make sure to check out Harudori’s YouTube channel here. He uploads pretty regularly so it’s definitely worth a look. Also, if you’re in the mood for more acoustic covers of popular Japanese songs, then you’ll definitely want to check out the article below.

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Source: Harudori Official
Image: 進撃の巨人】自由の翼 / おっさんが本気で歌ってみた (Harudori Official)

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