"Anemone" is the debut album from singer-songwriter Okada Jun - a J-pop (Japanese pop) hopeful. She says, "When writing music I always express what I am actually feeling and thinking in a straightforward manner without pretension." Her pure voice intertwines with lyrical guitars as she sings her own songs with intriguing lyrics addressing the anxieties, desires and loneliness of a generation between adolescence and adulthood. "I chose the title Anemone intuitively and later found that, in the language of flowers, it represents 'withered hopes, fragile love, anticipation and truth'. I thought it fitted perfectly with my ideas for the album. My intuition often works like this."