AKB48 – Sakura no Ki ni Narou

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Released 2011.02.16

“Sakura no Ki ni Narou” is the 20th major single (22nd overall) released by AKB48. It was released in three versions: a type A and B that came with a DVD, and a theater version. The covers of the single were designed by the recognized design artist Morimoto Chie (森本千絵), while the PV was directed by the famous director Koreda Hirokazu (是枝裕和). All AKB48 members and two SKE48 were filmed. Once again, all the AKB48 members will sing the aisde, whether it’ll be in a choir-style like Sakura no Shiori was or not is still unknown.

Catalog Number
TBA
Price
¥1,600 (Type-A)
¥1,600 (Type-B)
¥1,000 (Theater Version)
Type-A CD Tracklist
  1. Sakura no Ki ni Narou (桜の木になろう)
  2. Guuzen no Juujiro (偶然の十字路) (Undergirls)
  3. Kiss Made 100 Mile (キスまで100マイル) (MINT)
  4. Sakura no Ki ni Narou off vocal ver.
  5. Guuzen no Juujiro off vocal ver.
  6. Kiss made 100 mile off vocal ver.
Type-A DVD Tracklist
  1. Sakura no Ki ni Narou Music Clip (桜の木になろう)
  2. Guuzen no Juujiro Music Clip (偶然の十字路)
  3. Kiss Made 100 Mile Music Clip (キスまで100マイル)
  4. Privilege video : Gachi Shifuku Fashion Show (Fashion show of members’ private clothes)
Type-B CD Tracklist
  1. Sakura no Ki ni Narou (桜の木になろう)
  2. Guuzen no Juujiro (偶然の十字路) (Undergirls)
  3. Area K (エリアK) (DIVA)
  4. Sakura no Ki ni Narou off vocal ver.
  5. Guuzen no Juujiro off vocal ver.
  6. Area K off vocal ver.

Type-B DVD Tracklist
  1. Sakura no Ki ni Narou Music Clip (桜の木になろう)
  2. Guuzen no Juujiro Music Clip (偶然の十字路)
  3. Area K Music Clip (エリアK)
  4. Privilege video : Gachi Shifuku Fashion Show (Fashion show of members’ private clothes) Type-B

Theatre CD Tracklist
  1. Sakura no Ki ni Narou (桜の木になろう)
  2. Guuzen no Juujiro (偶然の十字路) ((Undergirls)
  3. Ougon Center (黄金センター) (Team Kenkyuusei)
  4. Sakura no Ki ni Narou (off-vocal)
  5. Guuzen no Juujiro (off-vocal)
  6. Ougon Center (off-vocal)

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