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Single by Mika Nakashima
from the album Love
ReleasedJune 25, 2003
Label Sony
Songwriter(s) Takao Tajima
Mika Nakashima singles chronology
"Love Addict"
"Find the Way"

"Seppun" (接吻, Kiss) is the 8th single by Mika Nakashima. It peaked on the Oricon weekly charts at #4 and sold roughly 38,429 copies.



Nakashima covered Original Love's fifth single Seppun –kiss– (接吻 –kiss–) released in 1993. This single was limited the production to 50,000 copies.

Track listing

All tracks are written by Takao Tajima, arranged by Shunya Mori.

1."Seppun (接吻; Kiss)" 
2."Seppun" (Yard Style Mix) 
3."Seppun" (Dennis Bovell Lovers Dub #2) 
4."Seppun" (Instrumental) 

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