10nen Sakura

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"10nen Sakura"
AKB48 10nen Zakura Regular Edition cover.jpg
Regular Edition cover
Single by AKB48
from the album Kamikyokutachi
B-side "Sakurairo no Sora no Shita de"
Released March 4, 2009 (2009-03-04) (Japan)
Format CD Single
Genre J-pop
Label You, Be Cool! / King
Songwriter(s) Yasushi Akimoto, Yoshimasa Inoue
Producer(s) Yasushi Akimoto
AKB48 singles chronology
"Ōgoe Diamond"
"10nen Sakura"
"Namida Surprise!"
"Ōgoe Diamond"
"10nen Sakura"
"Namida Surprise!"
Music video
"10nen Zakura" on YouTube

"10nen Sakura" (10年桜, Jūnen Zakura, "10-year Cherry Blossom", "10th Graduation Anniversary") is the 11th major single by the Japanese idol group AKB48, released on March 4, 2009.[1]

It's a school graduation song.

The single peaked at number 3 in the Oricon Weekly Singles Chart.[2]

Track listing[edit]

The single was released in two versions: Regular Edition (通常盤) (CD+DVD, catalog number KIZM-25/6) and Theater Edition (劇場盤) (CD only, catalog number NMAX-1080).

Regular Edition[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Arranger Length
1. "10nen Sakura" (10年桜) Yasushi Akimoto, Yoshimasa Inoue Yoshimasa Inoue  
2. "Sakurairo no Sora no Shita de" (桜色の空の下で) Yasushi Akimoto, Hiroshi Uesugi Yūichi "Masa" Nonaka  
3. "10nen Sakura (off vocal ver.)" Akimoto, Inoue    
4. "Sakurairo no Sora no Shita de (off vocal ver.)" Akimoto, Uesugi    
Total length: 19:11
No. Title Length
1. "10nen Sakura (music video)" (10年桜 ビデオクリップ)  
2. "Making of "10nen Sakura"" (Making of 「10年桜」)  
3. "Bonus 1: "Kisu Shite" video" (特典映像1 永久保存版「キスして」映像)  
4. "Bonus 2: SKE48 backstage hidden camera video" (特典映像2 SKE48楽屋盗撮映像)  

Bonus (First press limited edition only)

  • Nationwide handshake meeting entry ticket (location of your choice)

Theater Edition[edit]


See Regular Edition CD

  • Handshake meeting ticket
  • Random photo of a member (Teams A, K, B, Kenkyūsei, SKE48)


(Team affiliation at the time of the release. The members featured on the cover of the Theater Edition are in bold.)

Centers: Atsuko Maeda and Jurina Matsui


Chart (2009) Peak
Japan (Oricon Weekly Singles Chart) 3
Japan (Japan Hot 100)[3] 13
Japan (RIAJ Digital Track Chart) didn't chart

Sales and certifications[edit]


External links[edit]