As someone who used to buy empty cassette tapes fairly regularly back in my time in Japan, I really liked the AXIA brand of the Fuji Film group. Thin and clear with those pastel-coloured decals, they just seemed to epitomize Japanese style.
Aidoru Yuki Saito（斉藤由貴）was the pitchperson for AXIA for some time in the 1980s, and this was one of the songs that was used as the campaign tune, "Jounetsu" (Passion), her 4th single released in November 1985.
"Jounetsu" was created by the dream tandem of Takashi Matsumoto and Kyohei Tsutsumi（松本隆・筒美京平）, and the song is a good example of how some of those aidoru tunes were changing from sunny and summery to somewhat more elegant as time went into the latter half of the 1980s. Mind you, singer-composer Takao Kisugi（来生たかお）had been doing something similar for some of his clients earlier in the decade.
Couldn't help but feel that the setting of "Jounetsu" was taking place more in Europe than in Japan. I do like those strings and keyboards in this one. The song went as high as No. 3 on Oricon and it became the 87th-ranked single for 1986. It was also used as the theme song for a movie that starred Saito, "Yuki no Danjou ~ Jounetsu"（雪の断章 -情熱-...Literary Fragment of Snow ~ Passion）.