Singing together is an important part of life in Japan, and it is a delight to where participation is rich and frequent. Here’s a short performance I recently gave at a preschool festival. Without a rehearsal, we aimed for music that was accessible for participation: songs the children knew from school, American old-time tunes, and popular tunes from Disney and Japanese anime. You can see how children clap and dance along, and that adults also join in. For the finale they danced the theme from Yo-Kai Watch, a popular anime/game, and nearly every child knew or followed along with the group dance.