The aim of this study is to reveal effectiveness and problems of "Fushizukmi" Music Education through developing classes that focused on this education system. The method of this study was to develop classes primarily focusing on the following two points; 1) to use ''Nihondate" method, and 2) to set three situations that are necessary for learning activities that children can actively participate in. As a result of the experiment, two effective points and two problems were disclosed. The first effective point was that "Fushizukmi" Music Education enabled step-by-step instruction, and the second effective point was that it was able to widen the range of children's expression since it became easy for teachers to set the situation where children could express themselves one by one. On the other hand, the first problem to consider was how teachers could relate the learning of two pillars in ''Nihondate" method. The second problem to consider was that reorganization of a step-up list of "Fushizukuri" Music Education was required in an attempt to connect these two ways of learning.