Self-produced album (1974) by a singer/songwriter known for having contributed lyrics to Makoto Kubota's first solo album Machiboke (1973). This album is a counterpart to Machiboke, as the first and last songs on the B-side have the same lyrics, and Makoto Kubota contributed so much to the overall sound that it could be said that he almost produced the album. The members of the Yuyake Gakudan (Sunset Sunset Band), including Makoto Kubota, who contributed to the overall sound, Yoma Fujita, who created a fantastic space with his slide guitar, and Takashi Onzo, who played the bass guitar in an easy and eerie manner, played the entire band, which, although simple, richly expanded the world of Otowa's songs and led our consciousness into a world far beyond, while at the same time giving us a strange sense of peacefulness. In other words, it is a masterpiece of acid folk. In this era of rock, this album is a pure miracle of intense rock, abandoning any superficial rock sound in order to be rock. It is therefore enthusiastically supported by psychedelic maniacs all over the world and has been talked about for a long time in Japan, although only by a very few. In 1976, just after the release of this album, Otowa suddenly left for Ibiza, Spain, and is said to have returned to Japan in the mid-1980s, but his long disappearance has also added to the legendary mythology of this album. The jacket is made of muse cotton paper and the inner tracing paper double-fold lyric card has been reproduced to match the original LP. Cutting was done by engineer George Mori with state-of-the-art mastering.