Kanashimi Twilight

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"Kanashimi Twilight"
Kanashimi Twilight cover (regular edition).jpg
Single by Morning Musume
from the album Platinum 9 Disc
Released April 25, 2007 (JP)
May 5, 2007 (TW)
Format CD single
Recorded 2007
Length 12:16
Label Zetima
Producer(s) Tsunku
Morning Musume singles chronology
"Egao Yes Nude"
"Kanashimi Twilight"
"Onna ni Sachi Are"

"Egao Yes Nude"
"Kanashimi Twilight"
"Onna ni Sachi Are"
Music video
"Kanashimi Twilight" on YouTube

"Kanashimi Twilight" (悲しみトワイライト, Kanashimi Towairaito, "Sorrowful Twilight") is the thirty-third single of idol group Morning Musume. It was released on April 25, 2007 and was the last single for Hitomi Yoshizawa as well as Miki Fujimoto.

There are three different versions of the single. Limited edition A includes a bonus DVD with an alternate edit of the single music video, comments from Morning Musume, and a serial-numbered card and has catalog number EPCE-5465~6. Limited edition B features special package and 40-page booklet plus serial-numbered card and has catalog number EPCE-5467. The regular edition has catalog number EPCE-5468.[1]


  • The song was used as the ending theme of "Love Change," a popular television show in Nagoya, for the month of April.[2]

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics are written by Tsunku.

CD [edit]

  1. "Kanashimi Twilight" (悲しみトワイライト)
  2. "Hand Made City"
  3. "Kanashimi Twilight" (Instrumental)

Limited Edition A DVD[edit]

  1. "Kanashimi Twilight (Another Ver.)"

Event V[edit]

  1.  "Quiz! Hawaii de Kanashimi Twilight!" (クイズ!ハワイで悲しみトワイライト!)
  2.  "Kanashimi Twilight (Dance Shot Ver.)"

Members at time of single[edit]


In television shows[edit]

In concerts[edit]

Oricon rank and sales[edit]

Daily Weekly Sales
2 2 61,322


  1. ^ "Up-Front Works Official Website: Kanashimi Twilight" (in Japanese). Up-Front Works. Archived from the original on 16 January 2014. Retrieved 14 April 2007. 
  2. ^ "Love Chen: Jikan no Love Chen Tsuma" (in Japanese). Retrieved 14 April 2007. 

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