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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

Single InformationEdit

  1. Tokainaka no Kare
  2. Haru wa Kuru

Concert PerformancesEdit

Tokainaka no Kare
Haru wa Kuru

Oricon Chart PositionsEdit

MonTueWedThuFriSatSunWeek RankSales
- - - - - - - 144 357

Indies Single Ranking

WeekPosition
April 15, 201319

Total Reported Sales: 357

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 Asahi's 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.

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