Tokyo (Yui song)

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Single by Yui
from the album From Me to You
ReleasedJanuary 18, 2006
Genre J-pop
Label Sony Records
Songwriter(s) Yui (lyrics & music)
Cozzi (music)
Producer(s) Yoshio Konno
Yui singles chronology
"Good-bye Days"

"Tokyo" is the fourth single by the Japanese artist Yui. It was released January 18, 2006, under Sony Records.


The title track recounts her feelings as she left her hometown of Fukuoka to go to Tokyo, pursuing her music dreams according to the lyrics of the song.

The music video was directed by Takahiro Miki. [1]

Track listing

All lyrics are written by Yui.

1."Tokyo"COZZiYui & COZZi 
3."Life ~Yui Acoustic Version~"YuiYui & Northa+ 
4."Tokyo ~Instrumental~"COZZiYui & COZZi 

Oricon Sales Chart (Japan)

ReleaseChartPeak PositionSales Total
January 18, 2006Oricon Weekly Singles Chart1520,123

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  1. "TOKYO". Space Shower TV (in Japanese). Retrieved December 18, 2014.