Oku Hanako’s ninth album, titled Haruka Tooku ni Mieteita Kyou / 遥か遠くに見えていた今日 (“Today When I Could See Far in the Distance”), has been released! I missed posting all the status updates in the past month, so I’ll cover everything here.
The album comes in two editions: the regular edition and the limited edition. The limited edition comes with a DVD.
Here are the album covers:
The final track list:
- Rainy day
- Koi no Hajimari / 恋のはじまり (“Beginning of Love”)
- Ai to Iu Takaramono / 愛という宝物 (“A Treasure Called Love”)
- Propose / PUROPŌZU / プロポーズ
- Kanojo / 彼女 (“Her”)
- 365 Nichi no Hanataba / ３６５日の花束 (“365-Day Bouquet”)
- Kimi no Hana / キミの花 (“Your Flower”)
- Honobono Ikou / ほのぼの行こう (“Let’s Go Warm the Heart”)
- Omoide ni Nare / 思い出になれ (“Become a Memory”)
- Saigo no Kiss / 最後のキス (“Last Kiss”)
- Ice Cream / AISU KURĪMU / アイスクリーム
- Stamp Rally / SUTANPU RARĪ / スタンプラリー
- Haruka Tooki ni / 遥か遠くに (“Towards the Distance”)
Already released in previous singles were “Ai to Iu Takaramono“, “Kimi no Hana“, “Omoide ni Nare”, and “Saigo no Kiss”. “Honobono Ikou” were previously released online. “Rainy Day” is a re-arrangement of her 2003 indies song. “Propose” is the CM song for a December 2016 MAST commercial.