A few years later, another Yokohama-based song also made another singer's career. Hiroshi Itsuki （五木ひろし）was only 23 when he crooned a tune whose lyrics were more lurid than Ishida's innocent walk along the port. "Yokohama Tasogare"（よこはま・たそがれ）、translated as "Yokohama Sunset". illustrated vignettes from a one-night stand, another enka theme. However, like the first song, it also garnered a No. 1 posting on Oricon for Itsuki (real name: Kazuo Matsuyama) and a spot on the "Kohaku Utagassen"(紅白歌合戦）. The song was written by Yoko Yamaguchi（山口洋子）and composed by Masaaki Hirao（平尾昌晃）.
In a way, both songs could also qualify as City Pop, but this category includes songs with a more overtly Western AOR melody.