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"Voyage"
Single by Ayumi Hamasaki
from the album Rainbow
Released September 26, 2002
Format CD Single
Genre J-pop
Length 21:08
Label Avex Trax
Writer(s) Ayumi Hamasaki
Ayumi Hamasaki singles chronology
"H"
(2002)
"Voyage"
(2002)
"&"
(2003)

"Voyage" is the 28th single released by Ayumi Hamasaki on September 26, 2002. "Voyage" debuted at #1 on the weekly charts with more than 319,020 copies sold in its first week and remained at the top position for 3 consecutive weeks out of a total 28 weeks on the chart, becoming her longest charting single. The single sold a total of 679,463 copies and became the ninth best selling single of the year. To date, "Voyage" is Ayumi Hamasaki's only single which has remained in the top position of the weekly Oricon charts for at least three weeks other than "H" and "A", however, "Voyage" is Hamasaki's only single to stay at #1 for 3 consecutive weeks ("A" and "H" spent 3 non-consecutive weeks at #1). "Voyage" was used as the theme song of the Japanese movie Tsuki ni Shizumu, which was created in lieu of a PV for the single. It was also used as the ending song of a Japanese television drama My Little Chef starring Hiroshi Abe and Aya Ueto.

Contents

Track listing

  1. "Voyage" – 5:08
  2. "Hanabi" (Electrical Bossa Mix) - 5:06
  3. "Independent" (Sugiurumn Mix) - 5:46
  4. "Voyage" (Instrumental) – 5:08

PV

See Tsuki ni Shizumu.

A regular PV for "Voyage" does not exist; however, Tsuki ni Shizumu, a short film starring Hamasaki was created for which "Voyage" was used as the theme song.

Charts

Oricon Sales Chart (Japan)

Release Chart Peak Position First Week Sales Sales Total Chart Run
26 September, 2002 Oricon Daily Singles Chart 1
Oricon Weekly Singles Chart 1 319,020 679,500 28
Oricon Yearly Singles Chart 9
  • RIAJ certification: 2x Platinum (sold), 3x Platinum (shipped)

See also

External links

Preceded by
"Dearest" by Ayumi Hamasaki
Japan Record Award
2002
Succeeded by
"No Way to Say" by Ayumi Hamasaki
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