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|Sakura no Hanabiratachi|
Regular Edition Cover
|Released:||February 1, 2006|
|Format:||CD Single, CD+DVD|
|AKB48 Singles Chronology|
2nd Indie Single
"Sakura no Hanabiratachi" (桜のはなびらたち, Cherry Blossom Petals?) is AKB48's indie debut single. The title track was used as the ending theme for the TBS dorama Desu yo ne. and CM song for NTT DoCoMo "Terebi Denwa". The second track, Dear my teacher, was the ending for the TV Asahi variety show Mitake Uranai. This single reached #10 on the weekly Oricon charts, charted for eight weeks and sold 46,274 copies.
- Sakura no Hanabiratachi (桜の花びらたち; Cherry Blossom Petals)
- Dear my teacher
- Sakura no Hanabiratachi (Karaoke Version) (桜の花びらたち(カラオケバージョン))
- Dear my teacher (Karaoke Version) (Dear my teacher(カラオケバージョン))
- Team A: Itano Tomomi, Usami Yuki, Urano Kazumi, Ohe Tomomi, Oshima Mai, Orii Ayumi, Kawasaki Nozomi, Kojima Haruna, Komatani Hitomi, Sato Yukari, Shinoda Mariko, Takahashi Minami, Tojima Hana, Nakanishi Rina, Narita Risa, Hirajima Natsumi, Hoshino Michiru, Maeda Atsuko, Masuyama Kayano, Minegishi Minami, Watanabe Shiho
- Oricon Chart-Run
Total Reported Sales: 46,274
Total of weeks charting inside Top 200: 8
- Both the A-side and B-side of the single were originally sung as team songs in the first stage of Team A.
- AKB48's eighth major label single, Sakura no Hanabiratachi 2008, was a remake of the title track of this single.
- In 2010, a special version of the A-side called Sakura no Hanabiratachi 2010 was made. The title was changed later on, because it was just going to be sung in a TV show. There were no other plans to release or sing this new version in the future.