In A minor, just like the one on yatesguitar.com, but more difficult. It would take a better (or just another) guitarist than me to play Minami's arrangement musically. I just tried it, but was struggling technically. That stretch in bar 4 is too much for me, although it could be played with an f bass note on 4rd string. The advantage of arranging it in A minor is some more room for the accompaniment. Everything is closer together in my arrangement, maybe giving the result a bit less depth. He and Yates are a lot more accurate by including all the ornamentation, but everybody is free to do that to my arrangement too. Well, arranging is compromising.
I'll try to seek Kaare Norge's version. I always liked what I heard from him.
update: Found his version. Very tasteful, as I suspected. I could play along with him, so he either kept it in G minor or he also dropped to E minor and then played with capo in 3rd position. He included the ornamentation and extra bass notes, filling up the arrangement a bit. Funny thing was that in my bars 37/38, I thought about transposing the melody up 1 octave but decided against it. Obviously he decided for it.