|"Momo no Hanabira"|
|Single by Ai Otsuka|
|from the album Love Punch|
|Released||September 10, 2003 CD|
October 1, 2003 CD+DVD
|Label|| Avex Trax |
AVCD-30525 (Japan, CD)
AVCD-30528 (Japan, CD+DVD)
|Ai Otsuka singles chronology|
The CD and DVD Cover
"Momo no Hanabira" (桃ノ花ビラ, Peach Flower Petals) is the debut single of Japanese singer Ai Otsuka, released on September 10, 2003 in CD-only format, then on October 1, 2003 in CD+DVD format. The title track was used as the theme song of the NTV drama Suika . The two versions charted separately; the CD-only edition peaked 24th on the Oricon weekly singles chart and charted for twenty-one weeks while the CD+DVD edition peaked at the 86th position and charted for seventeen weeks.
All tracks are written by Ai Otsuka.
|1.||"Momo no Hanabira (桃ノ花ビラ; Peach Flower Petals)"||Ai×Ikoman||4:55|
|2.||"Himawari (向日葵; Sunflower)"||Ai×Ikoman||4:32|
|3.||"Momo no Hanabira (桃ノ花ビラ; Peach Flower Petals)" (Instrumental)||Ai×Ikoman||4:55|
|4.||"Himawari (向日葵; Sunflower)" (Instrumental)||Ai×Ikoman||4:31|
|1.||"Momo no Hanabira (桃ノ花ビラ; Peach Flower Petals)" (Music video)|
|2.||"Momo no Hanabira (桃ノ花ビラ; Peach Flower Petals)" (Making of Clip)|
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