Ai no Sono (Touch My Heart!)

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"Ai no Sono (Touch My Heart!)"
Morning Musume Otome Gumi - Ai no Sono ~Touch My Heart~.jpg
Single by Morning Musume Otomegumi
Released September 18, 2003 (CD)
October 16, 2003 (Single V)
Recorded 2003
Label Zetima
EPBE-5094 (Single V)
Songwriter(s) Tsunku
Producer(s) Tsunku
Morning Musume Otomegumi singles chronology
"Ai no Sono (Touch My Heart!)"
"Yūjō: Kokoro no Busu ni wa Naranee!"
"Ai no Sono (Touch My Heart!)"
"Yūjō: Kokoro no Busu ni wa Naranee!"

"Ai no Sono (Touch My Heart!)" (愛の園 ~Touch My Heart!~, Ai no Sono ~Tatchi Mai Hāto~, Garden of Love: Touch My Heart!) is the first single of the J-pop idol group Morning Musume subgroup Morning Musume Otomegumi. In addition to the title song and its karaoke version, the single also contains a Morning Musume Otomegumi version of the earlier Morning Musume song "Dekkai Uchū ni Ai ga Aru",[1] which was originally a b-side on the single "The Peace!".[2] Morning Musume Sakuragumi also did a version of "Dekkai Uchū ni Ai ga Aru" at the same time as Morning Musume Otomegumi on the "Hare Ame Nochi Suki" single.[3]

Track listing[edit]

All songs are written and composed by Tsunku and are arranged by Suzuki Shunsuke.


  1. "Ai no Sono (Touch My Heart!)" (愛の園 ~Touch My Heart!~)
  2. "Dekkai Uchū ni Ai ga Aru (Morning Musume Otomegumi Version)" (でっかい宇宙に愛がある(モーニング娘。おとめ組 Version))
  3. "Ai no Sono (Touch My Heart!)" (Instrumental)

Single V DVD[edit]

  1. "Ai no Sono: Touch My Heart"
  2. "Ai no Sono (Touch My Heart!) (Tsuki no Otome Version)" (愛の園 ~Touch My Heart!~ (月夜のおとめ Version))
  3. "Making Of" (メイキング映像)

Members at the time of single[edit]

Musical personnel[edit]


Release Chart Peak position Chart run
September 18, 2003 Oricon Daily Singles Chart
2nd rank
20 days
September 18, 2003 Oricon Weekly Singles Chart
3rd rank
8 weeks
September 18, 2003 CDTV Weekly Top 100 Singles Chart
3rd rank
6 weeks


In television shows[edit]

In concerts[edit]

Concert title Filming date Release
Hello! Project 2004 Winter ~C'MON! Dance World~ (Hello! Project 2004Winter ~C'MON! ダンスワールド~) 2004-01-03 to 2004-01-25 2004-03-17
Morning Musume Otome Gumi Hatsukouen ~Otomechikku~ (モーニング娘。おとめ組~おとめチック~) 2004-03-20 2004-06-09]
Morning Musume Concert Tour 2004 Haru The Best of Japan (モーニング娘。CONCERT TOUR 2004 春 The BEST of Japan) - 2004-07-14
Melon Kinenbi Live Tour 2004 Natsu ~Gokujou Melon~ (メロン記念日ライブツアー 2004夏 ~極上メロン~) 2004-08-15 2004-11-26
Hello! Project 2005 Winter All-Stars Dairanbu ~A Happy New Power! Iida Kaori Sotsugyo Special~ (Hello! Project 2005 Winter オールスターズ大乱舞 ~A HAPPY NEW POWER! 飯田圭織卒業スペシャル~) 2005-01-29 to 2005-01-30 2005-03-16
Hello Pro Party! 2006 ~Goto Maki Captain Kouen~ (ハロ☆プロパーティ~!2006~後藤真希キャプテン公演~) 2006-04-16 2006-07-05
Hello! Project Tour Winter 2007 ~Wonderful Hearts Otome Gokoro~ (Hello! Project 2007 Winter ~ワンダフルハーツ 乙女 Gocoro~) 2007-01-02 to 2007-01-21 TBR


  1. ^ "Hello! Ai no Sono ~Touch My Heart!~" (in Japanese). 2007. Archived from the original on 12 March 2007. Retrieved 2007-03-19. 
  2. ^ "Hello! The Peace!" (in Japanese). 2007. Archived from the original on 2007-10-29. Retrieved 2007-03-19. 
  3. ^ "Hello! Hare Ame Nochi Suki" (in Japanese). 2007. Archived from the original on 21 February 2007. Retrieved 2007-03-19. 

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