Kyoto Ongaku Hakurankai (Kyoto Music Expo) (京都音楽博覧会)

The term "Kyoto Ongaku Hakurankai (Kyoto Music Expo)" refers to a music festival that has been held annually since 2007 in Umekoji-koen Park, in Kyoto Prefecture.
It's abbreviated as 'Onpaku.'

It is hosted by Quruli, a Japanese rock group. It's an event featuring simple performances played on acoustic instruments.

Umekoji-koen Park, the site of the event, is an urban park that's a 15-minute walk from Kyoto Station, which is located in the urban area of Kyoto. The festival aims to contribute to the community by deepening relationships with the neighboring area and promoting regional development. It differs widely from other big music festivals such as the FUJI ROCK FESTIVAL.

Kyoto Ongaku Hakurankai 2007

It was held on September 23, 2007. The timetable for the performers was announced in the morning of that day.
The following artists performed in the festival:

Quruli, Jason Falkner, Liadan, Taraf de Haidouks, Tetsuhiro DAIKU, Kazumasa ODA, Fuchigami to Funato, and Cocco.

The song 'Bara no Hana (Rose),' on which Kazumasa ODA performed as a duet with Quruli in the festival, was recorded as the fourth number on the CD 'Sayonara Regret (Goodbye to Regret).'

Kyoto Ongaku Hakurankai 2008
It was held on September 6, 2008.
The following artists performed in the festival:

Quruli, The Real Group, rei harakami, Tetsuhiro DAIKU and the Carpenters, Asa, Kazumasa ODA, Haruomi HOSONO and the World Shyness, Humbert Humbert, and Lana and Flip.

[Original Japanese]