|"Tokyo ni mo Attanda/Muteki no Kimi"|
|Single by Masaharu Fukuyama|
|A-side||"Tokyo ni mo Attanda|
Muteki no Kimi"
|Released||11 April 2007|
|Masaharu Fukuyama singles chronology|
"Tokyo ni mo Attanda/Muteki no Kimi" (東京にもあったんだ/無敵のキミ) is the twenty-second single by Japanese artist Masaharu Fukuyama. It was released on 11 April 2007.
|Release||Chart||Peak position||First week sales||Sales total|
|11 April 2007||Oricon Daily Singles Chart||2|
|Oricon Weekly Singles Chart||2||87,000||139,000|
|Oricon Yearly Singles Chart||54|
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