Crystal Records was a short lived record label that operated between 1934 to 1936. However, it had a big influence on the Japanese music scene, mainly as the breeding ground for Ryoichi Hattori (1907-1993). Hattori composed some of Japan's most famous jazz and pop songs, helping to create a jazz boom following the war. Crystal was the first label Hattori's songs found an outlet for, where he would write jazz, Latin and pop tunes for a variety of singers.
1. Minako Hirai / Merry Widow Waltz 2. Yoshinori Matsuyama / Ha Cha Cha 3. Michio Shimura / Ryusen Jazz 4. Mitsuo Fujikawa 5. Helen Honda / Amai Kotoba 6. Mitsuo Fujikawa / The Magic of You 7. Orion Call Choir / Song of the Volga Boatmen 8. Ryoichi Hattori, Nihon Crystal Symphony Orchestra / Iso Kyoku 1936 9. Mitsuo Fujikawa / Castanet Tango 10. Shikie Kitamura / Yo no Hanabe 11. Susumuni Oka / Poema 12. Tokyo Shui Seisakusho, Haruyo Ichikawa / Otome Nikki 13. Tokyo Shui Seisakusho, Haruyo Ichikawa / Yudzuki Mireba 14. Michio Shimura / Tsuki no Dekki 15. Michio Shimura / Koi no Kannu 16. Ayako Kinugawa / Maneko Yashi no Ha 17. Michio Shimura / Tango Delle Rose 18. Fukuo Tanaka / Siboney 19. Kikue Kitamura / Odori Odoro Yo 20. Haruyo Ichikawa / Betty Boop 21. Haruyo Ichikawa / My Blue Heaven 22. Japan Crystal Five Stars / Kuchibue Fukunara 23. Japan Crystal Five Stars / Shanghai Lil