The lyrics imply the mourning for someone beloved. Views Read Edit View history. Not to be confused with Sakura Drops. Charts Peak position Billboard Japan Hot .
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On September 18,shortly before the release of Utada's first studio album in seven yearsa new music video was released, containing excerpts from Evangelion: Billboard Japan Hot Animation    .
The video focuses on motherhood in "a universal light". Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.
Utada wrote "Sakura Nagashi" at the express interest of the staff for the Evangelion movie series. Hikaru UtadaPaul Carter. It was instead replaced by a shortened version of the video.
Dakura video depicts various images of scenery around Japan, such as fields of flowers, meadows, more industrialized areas and a baby being breastfed by its mother, as well as an umbilical cord being removed after the birth of a child.
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The video was uploaded to Utada's YouTube channel on 16 Novemberand remained there for 3 days before being replaced by a shortened version; the full length video was later nagqshi available for wide sale digital distribution on November 28 in Japan and on DVD single on December 26, June Learn how and when to remove this template message.
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There are two instances of English lyrics used, "Everybody finds love in the end". Gainax Khara Production I.
The song does not follow standard song structureinstead opting for a build-up of intensity throughout, before drums and guitars end the piece, somewhat similar to other works by Utada such as "Kremlin Dusk" from Exodus. RIAJ digital downloads .
She stated about the video: Retrieved from " https: Retrieved February 16, Not to be confused with Sakura Drops. A website was set up for the song, which also includes the music video,  which was uploaded to Utada's YouTube channel on 16 November Retrieved 5 January The song is the theme to the third film of the Rebuild of Evangelion movie series, Evangelion: The lyrics imply the mourning for someone beloved.
Billboard Japan Adult Contemporary Airplay .
Sakura Nagashi (桜流し) (English translation)
Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. It was written by Utada, and British songwriter Paul Carter.