Single by Nakazawa Yuko
from the album Dai Nishou ~Tsuyogari~
Native title 二人暮し
Released August 1, 2001
Genre J-Pop
Format CD single
Length 13:35
Label zetima zetima
Producer Tsunku
Nakazawa Yuko Singles Chronology
Previous Kuyashi Namida Porori 5th single (2001)
Next Tokyo Bijin 7th single (2002)

Futarigurashi (二人暮し; Living Together) is Nakazawa Yuko's sixth single.It was released on August 1, 2001. It sold 29,090 copies in its first week and 39,720 copies overall.

"Futarigurashi" appears on the albums Petit Best 2 ~3, 7, 10~, Dai Nishou ~Tsuyogari~, and Legend. The PV for "Futarigurashi" appears on Petit Best 2 DVD, Nakazawa Yuko Single M Clips ①, and Legend.




Futari Gurashi (MV)

  1. Futarigurashi
  2. Kouendoori no Kissaten (公園通りの喫茶店; Café Along the Park)
  3. Futarigurashi (Instrumental)

TV PerformancesEdit

  • [2001.08.10] Music Station
  • [2001.08.16] Utaban

Concert PerformancesEdit

  1. Futarigurashi

Single InformationEdit

All Lyrics and Compositions: Tsunku

Kouen Doori no Kissaten


stage name 中澤ゆうこ).

  • This single is Nakazawa's only singles relesaed in a thick CD case (as opposed to the regular slim case), with a booklet that folds out to a 30cm x15cm sheet (with pictures of Nakazawa on one side and the lyrics on the opposite side).
  • Nakazawa’s comment about the single, in a 2008-interview: “'Futarigurashi' is such a difficult song to sing. I actually told this in the past but I didn’t like this

song very much. I couldn’t sing it well. I was really self-conscious about myself as a solo artist after graduating from Morning Musume, and I felt like I had to hurry up and prove the different side of Yuko Nakazawa and with many other complicated feelings. I can’t describe it too well, but I remember I had heavy opinion about my costume as well. Look at the photo. Beautiful, isn’t it? You see how important the lighting is, right? You see, my audience? This is a photo, a work of art. Staff’s effort and energy was collected and gathered together to create this piece.[…] I was in such a bad mood! (lol) But why? Why? I remembered as I was looking at this smiling photo of mine. You see, I am smiling on the outside, but I was furious in the inside. Isn’t photography a scary thing? (lol) Yeah, I remember now. But I still wonder why I was so angry though."[1]

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