Sayama is a Japanese term that literally means "sitting on a mountain,” and this perfectly expresses the intent of Sayama’s music – to instill serenity and peace in the listener.

Born in 1964, Chinese year of the Dragon, Sayama had his musical beginnings as a child with the guitar and piano but as his cultural horizons broadened, he grew well-versed in acoustic instruments from all over the world, especially those from the Asian cultures. In his music you may find Tibetan and Japanese temple bowls, shakuhachi & koto, dizi & bansuri flutes, gu-cheng, overtone singing, gongs and various Asian percussion instruments.

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