is the second single by Japanese group Steady & Co.; released in 2001. The name comes from a Japanese yojijukugo term that means "spring, summer, autumn, and winter".
"Shun-Ka-Shū-Tō" sampled from "Natsu No Iro wo Sagashi-ni" (夏の色を探しに) by a Japanese Band called Air.
is a Japanese yojijukugo word meaning the four seasons of a year. It may also refer to:
- Shunkashūtō (Steady & Co. album), a 2001 album by Steady & Co
- Shunkashūtō (song), a 2009 song by Hilcrhyme
- Shunkashūtō (publication), a 1901 publication of poems centering on the works of Masaoka Shiki