Okaerinasai(おかえりなさい?) is the sixth studio album by Japanese singer-songwriter Miyuki Nakajima, released in November 1979.
The album contains the cover versions of the songs Nakajima composed for other singers, including five top-40 hit singles—"Abayo" sung by Naoko Ken (topped the chart in 1976), "Shiawase Shibai" and "Oikakete Yokohama" recorded by Junko Sakurada (reached #3 and #11 on the chart from in 1977-78, respectively), "If I Could Take to the Sky" performed by Tokiko Kato (peaked at #14 in 1978), and "Ame..." by Rumiko Koyanagi (reached #25 in 1978). It also features a song "Rouge" which was initially issued as the title track on Naomi Chiaki's album issued in 1977. It was later widely recognized around the Asian countries, because of the cover version interpreted by Faye Wong on her album Coming Home in 1992.
Okaerinasai peaked at #2 on the Japanese Oricon LP chart and became one of her most commercially successful album, selling in excess of 530,000 copies while it was entering there.