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Tokainaka no Kare
Tokainaka
Single by GREEN FIELDS
Native title 都会田舎の彼
Released April 3, 2013
Genre J-Pop
Format CD single, digital download
Length 14:52
Label UP-FRONT WORKS UP-FRONT WORKS (label)
GREEN FIELDS Singles Chronology
Previous Boys be ambitious! / Forefore ~Forest For Rest~ (with DIY♡) (2012)

Tokainaka no Kare (都会田舎の彼; He of the Urban Countryside) is GREEN FIELDS' second indie single. It was released on April 3, 2013.

TracklistEdit

  1. Tokainaka no Kare
  2. Haru wa Kuru (春は来る; Spring Is Coming)
  3. Tokainaka no Kare (Instrumental)
  4. Haru wa Kuru (Instrumental)

Featured MembersEdit

Concert PerformancesEdit

Single InformationEdit

  1. Tokainaka no Kare
  2. Haru wa Kuru

TriviaEdit

  • "Tokai" (都会) means "city" or "urban"; "Inaka" (田舎) means "countryside" or "rural". Normally, the title would be read as "Tokai Inaka" (とかい いなか), but in this case, it is meant to be read as one word, "Tokainaka" (トカイナカ).
  • Tokainaka no Kare was released on the same day as ℃-ute's 21st single "Crazy Kanzen na Otona", Juice=Juice's debut indies single "Watashi ga Iu Mae ni Dakishimenakya ne", and Tasaki Asashi 2nd indies single "Sakura Dokei / Amayo no Tsuki".
  • There is a minor dance to "Tokainaka no Kare". It shocked fans to see that Mitsui Aika, who stopped dancing after "Only you", was once again dancing on stage.
  • This is the only SATOYAMA Movement single not to have a Music Video.
  • The instrumental of Tokainaka no Kare was the theme song of GREEN ROOM.

Oricon Chart PositionsEdit

MonTueWedThuFriSatSunWeek RankSales
- - - - - - - 144 357

Indies Single Ranking

WeekPosition
April 15, 201319

Total Reported Sales: 357

External LinksEdit

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