I think no one doesn't know about the song "Kojo No Tsuki."
The music was composed by Rentaro Taki and his youngest sisiter had a grandson who was the most famous news caster in Japan. He also worked at NY branch during 80's and reported many important news.
He started a new news station that even young people could understand what was going on in Japan and met many VIP in that show.
I think it was this January, former British Tony Blair came to his program and had a long interview include young Japanese people about neaclear plant.
There is the offocial CD "Kojo No Tsuki" and Mr. Chikushi himself chose the Scorpions 1978's first concert in Japan's film in the official CD because he loved rock music.
The centinial celemony of "Kojo No Tusiki", he played the video of the Scorpions "Kojo No Tsuki" on his news show called "News 23."
The news program was alway keep hight sudience rating.
I know to everyone our language sounds strange, but it the same thing to the other country so I post his report of death here.
Among the news world, he was one of revolutionary news caster and also he was also Japanese famouse Univrsity "Waseda University"'s professor and so on.
The song "Kojo No Tsuki" has deep history and even now children learn this song at school.
It was really pitty that the Scorpions couldn't meet him when they came to Japan last year.
He was not no one. He was someone to Japanese people.
If you put all your power into the job that you are given, you become an existance that emits a bright light, a light to illuminate this world.