It is a Japanese manga series written and represented by Fumi Yoshinaga. The series has been collected in 19 tankōbon volumes in Hakusensha’s manga magazine Melody from June 2004 to December 2020.
Ooku: The Inner Chambers Soundtrack
The Inner Chambers explores the alternate history of early modern Japan in which an unknown disease affects most of the male population.
By the year 2009, more than 6 million stories of the manga were in Vogue. Oku: Inner Chambers won the Excellence Award at the 10th Japan Media Arts Festival, won a Special Award at the Japanese Association of Feminist Sciences Fiction and Fantasy’s annual Sense of Gender Awards in 2005, as well as the Grand Prize of the 13th Japan Tezuka Osamu Cultural Festival in 2009.
Who Composed Ooku: The Inner Chambers Soundtrack?
Kenji Kawai: Kenji Kawai is a Japanese new music composer as well. He is a worldwide renowned scorer, having worked on a wide range of mixed-media productions including anime, TV shows, films, and video games.
Ooku: The Inner Chambers Original Soundtrack List
- Oooku THE STORIES
- Tokugawa Ieyasu
- Tokugawa Iemitsu
- Botsu Nichiroku
- Oooku de no Hibi
- MISSION Oooku
- O Neko-sama
- Zekkai no Oukyuu
- Shukumei e no Kousen
- Ai to Nikushimi no Made
- Tokugawa Yoshimune
- Koisuru Oooku
- Harumeku Kokoro
- Frontier Edo
- Trouble Boppatsu
- In Sorrow
- REQUIEM ~Kokoro no Yoake
Theme Song of Ooku: The Inner Chambers
“Tanpopo” Dandelion: This song is Hello! Is included in the third single. The song was released on June 16, 1999, and peaked at number 10 on the Japanese Oricon chart. Unlike other Tanpopo singles, this song was first included on Tanpopo 1 before being released as a single.
Where can I find the Ooku: The Inner Chambers Soundtrack?
The original Ooku: The Inner Chambers Soundtrack is available to play on Amazon Music, and Apple Music, and if you also want to check for the additional songs of the soundtrack check them out on Spotify.