Welcome to @Kitaiti Makoto
No idea whether that interests you the slightest, but I recently discovered a rare Japanese minimalist percussion record "Through The Looking Glass" by Midori Takada that was unavailable after it's initial pressing in 1983. Lucky me, it had just seen a loving first ever release on CD, the original vinyls seem to have been selling for ridiculous amounts of money before. I found a crackling old vinyl rip on Youtube and was hooked.
And I recently discovered Isao Tomita. What a magnificant find. I remember seeing the records at the shops during the 80s but never ever listened to anything, for some reason his logo and cover design made me abstain as far as I can remember. I believe I thought it was some bad metal stuff, or similar. Today I cringe at how mislead I was. Now I feel the urge to hunt down at least most of his work. Just a few days ago I found he wrote also for Hatsune Miko. I love that open mindedness. He was a great one, a pioneer, a master.
So all this rambling is totally non-relevant for you, but anyway, ignore it and please do accept the welcome. :)