Japanese import. Top 10 CDs (Reissue) of 2005 — Michael Rosenstein “Indication affords the listener ample opportunity to hear Fujii's minimalist style, her use of space and silence. Fujii's intros are stately and her approach frequently meditative.
She dissects Japanese traditional music with her clear and powerful piano sound, as if saying good-bye to Japan. Her original tunes are extremely creative… her music amuses us, too—Koichiro Tanaka, Jazz Life
Indication affords the listener ample opportunity to hear Fujii's minimalist style, her use of space and silence… Fujii's intros are stately and her approach frequently meditative, as on 'Come Spring' and 'Vague.' She can also startle, though, with sudden, unpredictable changes, as on the tune '210.' 'Tsuki no sabaku' is full of a suspense one associates with movie soundtracks—Marcela Breton, JazzTimes
Most vivid is the totality of her musicianship; Fujii utilizes the whole of the means at her disposal… Her tempos ebb and flow as naturally as drawing a breath… It's particularly encouraging to hear a pianist of her generation who is possessed of such a mature concept of space. Fujii is already an excellent player. This is a most artfully done endeavor—Chris Kelsey, Cadence
Marked by contrasting sound and silence in her play, quite dramatic and full of surprises—Jack Burke, Waxworks
I was knocked out by this brilliant collection of solo piano pieces. 'Indication' evoked memories of my enthusiastic reaction to Keith Jarrett's 'Facing You' in the early 1970s… Fujii's output here is very much in that lineage, as well as her obvious inculcation in classical music… startling power—Michael J. Williams, American Reporter
Her soul comes shining through… This CD will stay in my collection for the long haul… This is some of the most gifted and expressive solo piano I've heard in many years… Most Highly Recommended—Rotcod Zzaj, Improvijazzation Nation