Sentimental Graffiti 7 Adachi Taeko

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Sentimental Graffiti 7 Adachi Taeko

NEC Avenue NACG-1007
1529 yen (5% tax included)
released 1997.07.19


The front of the CD booklet features a picture of Adachi Taeko, and the back has a very nice picture of Okada Junko (岡田純子). The CD itself is a picture disk, and has a picture of Taeko in a blue stripe one piece swimsuit, sitting down, holding a drink, and winking with her tongue stuck out.

The tracks are:

  1. Prologue (プロローグ)
  2. 日曜日の丘 (Nichiyoubi no Oka)
  3. Sentimental Drama - Anata ni Aitakute
  4. Nichiyoubi no Oka (karaoke)
  5. Special Message (スペシャル・メセージ)
There are more tracks on this CD, up to track 86. But most of them are very short (just several seconds), and there is nothing on the tracks. Track 79 is the only track with something on it, and it contains a telephone message from Taeko.

Nichiyoubi no Oka is a slow song with very nice vocals by Junko. It's around 5 minutes long.

information about Taeko (from the drama)

Taeko is from Aomori (northern part of Japan). She likes cooking, and she's generally good at household things. She played with "the main character" when she was in first to fourth grade. They were good childhood friends, and "the main character" promised to make Taeko his wife if she would become good at cooking miso soup.

But as she got older, she didn't like all of the other kids talking about her and "the main character", so she said that she was just a childhood friend and nothing more. Then one day "the main character" had to move. Taeko wanted to tell him that she really did like him, and went to the train station to see him off, but she couldn't tell him her true feelings. Taeko was just silent, even though the boy said, "Good-bye." Then when the train started moving, Taeko started crying and ran after the train.

information about Junko (from the message)

Okada Junko said that she moved a lot too, just like the main character (of Sentimental Graffiti). Junko was born in Nagoya, and lived in nine places until now.

  • Nagoya (Kanie)
  • Nagoya (Tatsumigaoka)
  • Hamamatsu, Shizuoka
  • Sendai
  • Morioka
  • Chiba
  • Ohta-ku, Tokyo
  • Chiba
  • Tokyo [now]

Junko doesn't remember Nagoya at all, so when people ask her where she is from, she says Iwate instead of Nagoya, as that is what she remembers the most and is her favorite.

This CD debuted on the Oricon charts at number 65.

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