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FGO Editions Cover
MAAYA Edition Cover
Sakamoto Maaya
Dokuhaku ↔ Yakudou (独白↔躍動) (FGO Editions)
Yakudou ↔ Dokuhaku (躍動↔独白) (MAAYA Edition)
Catalog Number
VTZL-180 (FGO CD+BD Edition)
VTCL-35323 (MAAYA CD Edition)
VTCL-35324 (FGO CD Edition)
¥3,300 (FGO CD+BD Edition)
¥1,540 (CD Editions)
CD Tracklist
  • FGO Edition
  1. Dokuhaku (独白; Monologue)
  2. Yakudou (躍動; Dynamic)
  3. Gyakkou ~unplugged ver.~ (逆光; Backlight)
  4. Dokuhaku (Instrumental)
  5. Yakudou (Instrumental)
  • MAAYA Edition
  1. Yakudou (躍動)
  2. Dokuhaku (独白)
  3. Itsuka Tabi ni Deru Hi (いつか旅に出る日; Someday When We Travel)
  4. Yakudou (Instrumental)
  5. Dokuhaku (Instrumental)
Blu-ray Tracklist
Sakamoto Maaya×Fate/Grand Order 5th Anniversary Special Live
  1. Shikisai (色彩)
  2. Gyakkou (逆光)
  3. Yakudou (躍動)
*[Cast: Sakamoto Maaya (Vo) / Kitagawa Katsutoshi (G) / Sano Yasuo (Dr) / Chigasaki Manabu (B) / Okuda Kensuke (G) / Ohgiya Kento (Key)]


"Dokuhaku ↔ Yakudou" is the 32nd single released by Sakamoto Maaya. It was released in three versions: a limited CD+Blu-ray FGO edition, a regular CD only FGO edition, and a regular CD only MAAYA edition. The song "Dokuhaku" was used as the theme for the anime film Gekijou-ban Fate/Grand Order -Shinsei Entaku Ryouiki Camelot- Zenpen Wandering; Agateram and the song "Yakudou" was used as the theme of Part 2 of the smartphone RPG "Fate/Grand Order".

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