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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
* Tends to be incorrectly romanized as "Aoi aoi kono '''chikyuu''' ni" because of the kanji used. The "hoshi" romanization is confirmed through the furigana above the lyrics in episodes 248~265 and also the CD cover.  
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* Tends to be incorrectly romanized as "Aoi aoi kono '''chikyuu''' ni" because of the kanji used. The "hoshi" romanization is confirmed through the furigana above the lyrics in the episodes and also the CD cover.
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Revision as of 18:11, 2 March 2019

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Information
Original title: 青い青いこの地球に
English title: On This Blue, Blue Star
Artist: Azumi Uehara
Episodes: 248~265
CD Info
Release date: October 31, 2001
CDs: 1
Tracks: 5
Original Cost: 1,260円
CD Number: GZCA-2019
Record Label: GIZA studio
Oricon chart peak: #9 (Weekly)
Chronology
Prev song: « always
Next song: Yume Mita Ato de »
List of songs

Aoi Aoi Kono Hoshi ni is a single by J-pop singer Azumi Uehara. The song is the 13th closing of the anime and manga franchise Detective Conan. The single itself was released on October 31, 2001.

Detective Conan closing info

Cast

Gadgets

Staff

Song info

Chart placement

  • #9 (Weekly)

Lyrics

Ran
Conan
Ran's smiling
Shinichi, Conan, and Ran

CD info

CD track listing

# Song Title Romaji Translation Time
1 青い青いこの地球に Aoi Aoi Kono Hoshi ni On This Blue, Blue Star 3:53
2 青い青いこの地球に
(Short Ver.Little boy blue mix)
Aoi Aoi Kono Hoshi ni
(Short Ver. Little boy blue mix)
On This Blue, Blue Star
(Short Ver. Little boy blue mix)
4:02
3 Precious Days Precious Days Precious Days 3:41
4 青い青いこの地球に
(Long Ver.Remix)
Aoi Aoi Kono Hoshi ni
(Long Ver. Remix)
On This Blue, Blue Star
(Long Ver. Remix)
4:03
5 青い青いこの地球に
(Instrumental)
Aoi Aoi Kono Hoshi ni
(Instrumental)
On This Blue, Blue Star
(Instrumental)
3:50

Gallery

CD

TV

Trivia

  • Tends to be incorrectly romanized as "Aoi aoi kono chikyuu ni" because of the kanji used. The "hoshi" romanization is confirmed through the furigana above the lyrics in the episodes and also the CD cover.

See also

Detective Conan Closing Themes
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References

  • Lyrics
  1. Japanese, English and Romaji lyrics from Gendou's Anime Music: Aoi aoi kono hoshi ni. Retrieved on September 3, 2011.