Aishiteru (Mika Nakashima song)

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"愛してる"
"Aishiteru" lit. "I Love You"
Single by Mika Nakashima
from the album Love
ReleasedJanuary 19, 2003
Label Sony
Songwriter(s) Mika Nakashima
Mika Nakashima singles chronology
"Will"
(2003)
"愛してる"
"Aishiteru" lit. "I Love You
"
(2003)
"Love Addict"
(2003)

"Aishiteru" (愛してる; I Love You) is the 6th single by Mika Nakashima. Billed as a 'St. Valentine EP for the Lovers,' this single peaked on the Oricon weekly charts at #4 and sold roughly 104,680 copies.

  1. Ai Shiteru (愛してる; I Love You)
  2. Marionette
  3. The Rose
  4. Ai Shiteru (Jazztronik Mix)
  5. Ai Shiteru (Instrumental)

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