11 Classic Japanese Graduation Songs
Howdy? It’s Mr. Wada back on duty. Graduation ceremonies are held in March in Japan. They would give speeches, and sing songs. Japanese students practice for months especially for singing. Practice over and over. So did I. Kinda painful but it shows how important this day is. This time, I am sharing classic Japanese graduation songs.
- 1 Classic Japanese Graduation Songs
- 1.1 Tsubasa wo Kudasai (Wings to Fly) by Akai Tori
- 1.2 Nagori Yuki by Iruka
- 1.3 Sotsugyo Shashin (Graduation Photograph) by Yumi Arai
- 1.4 Jidai (Time) by Miyuki Nakajima
- 1.5 Okuru Kotoba by Kaientai
- 1.6 Kanpai by Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi
- 1.7 Yume wo Akiramenaide (Never give up your dream) by Takako Okamura
- 1.8 Hotaru no Hikari
- 1.9 Aogeba Toutoshi
- 1.10 Omoide no Album
- 1.11 Arigato Sayonara
- 2 Lastly
Classic Japanese Graduation Songs
First batch is pop songs that became classic.
Tsubasa wo Kudasai (Wings to Fly) by Akai Tori
Original title : 翼をください
Nagori Yuki by Iruka
Original title : なごり雪
Sotsugyo Shashin (Graduation Photograph) by Yumi Arai
Original title : 卒業写真
Jidai (Time) by Miyuki Nakajima
Original title : 時代
Okuru Kotoba by Kaientai
Original title : 贈る言葉
Kanpai by Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi
Original title : 乾杯
Yume wo Akiramenaide (Never give up your dream) by Takako Okamura
Original title : 夢をあきらめないで
The rest is chorus music. These have more chance to be sung.
Hotaru no Hikari
Original title : Auld Lang Syne
Original title : Song for the Close of School
Omoide no Album
Original title : 思い出のアルバム
Original title : ありがとう さようなら
Hmmm. Some songs certainly remind me my life in elementary. Do you have songs that remind you your graduation? Feel free to leave a comment.
See you around!