Treasures consists mostly of his singles released under Moon Records, Yamashita's own label which was established after completing his contract with RCA Records. At first, he was supposed to release the studio album entitled Dreaming Boy in autumn 1995. However, recording of the album ran aground, and the project itself was eventually postponed over the years. The artist decided to release "greatest hits" album instead, responding to the order of alternative release from the distributor EastWest Japan.
Treasures was the first compilation album spanning his post-RCA materials. The album features his only chart-topping million-seller "Christmas Eve", and also includes other smash hit singles like "Get Back in Love", "Endless Game", and "Sayonara Natsu no Hi". The running order of the compilation was finally determined by his spouse Mariya Takeuchi. On the closing number for the album, Yamashita picked out one of his most early efforts called "Parade". It was originally included on the album Niagara Triangle Vol.1 issued in 1976, the project recorded by the supergroup composed of Yamashita, Ginji Itō and Eiichi Ohtaki. The song (newly remixed by Ohtaki) became a minor hit 17 years after the first release, featured on the children's program Ponkickies and released as a solo single by Yamashita. Because it gained attention moderately at the time, he added the song as the bonus track to this compilation.
The story gained ground when it was said Ferdinand Marcos found the place where Yamashita buried the treasure ... Of course, there was no Yamashita Treasure in the first place ... My gulay, did you know that some treasure hunters even dug at Fort Santiago? That Yamashita treasure was one big piece of fake news.
excavate this treasure trove of aviation history, with competing teams putting in applications ...Rumours of buried Spitfires from the Second World War have spread around the world for seventy-five years, fuelling dreams of treasure hunting and watching the iconic aircraft fly again ... legendary quests in search of fabled modern treasures.
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The hunt for Yamashita treasure During World War II, the Japanese army looted its neighboring countries and supposedly amassed an unfathomable amount of wealth ...General Tomoyuki Yamashita (elitereaders.com) ... Eager treasure hunters have undertaken the arduous search for the contested treasure of Yamashita.
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... Rink, it seems that none of today’s netizens and millennial reporters are aware or would care to know about urban legends and allegations that beneath the PO and the skating gazebo were spots where retreating Japanese hid their loot often referred to as YamashitaTreasure.
“Other treasure has certainly been dug up, some overtly, some covertly. Many times, news of the location of buried treasure found its way back to Baguio via Yamashita’s men themselves, or their relatives, back in Baguio in the 60s, the 70s, and the 80s ...Maybe, it was illegal to dig for buried treasure.
Ken, for one, had to hide under a pseudonym because he and his team of treasure hunters have been searching for part of the fabled gold bullions of Japanese Imperial Army (JIA) General Tomoyuki Yamashita... He describes the so-called Yamashita treasure as consisting of small gold bars, which were entrusted to select JIA units for safekeeping.