The music is Final Fantasy (the song), it's a hallmark in nearly every FF ever made.
Tenfooterten, were you just explaining in general terms what 女 and おんあ were, or did you find an instance of either on the Japanese site? I scanned it quickly for either but had no luck myself.
I was just saying what the japanese terms for females are. I don't know whats on the actual JP site. If they actually use the term women, then this kanji "女" would probably be found there. If not, then it was probably a mistranslation.
Also , you can find that info Here
Another way to say "woman" in Japanese is "onna no hito". This literally means "a person of femininity".
To say "women" in Japanese, you would say "onna no hito-tachi" to make the word for woman plural.
Onna no hito 女の人 or onna no hito tachi 女の人たち
Hito meaning person. "no" is a possesive? (can be thought of like a 's or of.) and tachi is a word added to make something plural. Like Watashi means "I", or "me" and Watashi tachi would mean "us". Lol, sorry, wasn't trying to /derail into a japanese lesson. Edited, Apr 5th 2010 5:01pm by Tenfooterten