This Japanese song was written and composed by Shoichi Kaneko in
1966, and became a hit and widely known the following year, 1967, when it was sung by Ryoko Moriyama.
It has gentle lyrics and an easy melody to sing.
When our son graduated from kindergarten, I happened to be the PTA
president of the kindergarten, and I remember this song being played.
Now, since December 2021, I have been playing it at a monthly
meeting for the elderly, sharing the meaning of "See you next time in good health," as the closing song of the meeting, with a guitar accompaniment to the karaoke source.
The accompaniment can be played with the four fingers of the right
hand according to the mood of the moment, as in a waltz, or with other rhythms. Of course, it would also be possible to play arpeggios. It will also be possible to play by moving the index finger
up and down like a pick.
Starting next year, 2024, I would like to add the song "Wonderful
Tomorrow" to the closing song and accompany it on the guitar.