Track Number
Japanese Title English Title Running Time
Additional Notes


Track 1
I Love You I Love You 2:05
An absolutely gorgeous piece of classical piano music, that builds up into a very nice piece with an orchestra of violins. One of my favorite songs. It can be found on Final Movie OST and OST Conclusion.


Track 2
Widow's Lover Widow's Lover 2:14
Lots of flutes on this one with a snapping beat, literally. It changes over into a sort of drunk sounding song very near the beginning. It can be found on Final Movie OST and OST Conclusion.


Track 3
A Breath of Air A Breath of Air 2:15
Another nice piano and synth song. It has a very easy melody to it. A nice song to walk around town to in the autumn. It can be found on Final Movie OST and OST Conclusion.


Track 4
American Woman American Woman 1:39
A fast paced synth song that is a more complex song than Running. It has an enjoyable marching band quality to it. It can be found on Final Movie OST and OST Conclusion.


Track 5
In the Moonlight In the Moonlight 4:04
My absolute favorite Maison Ikkoku song ever! This beauty that emanates from this song is beyond words. The harps and violins are perfect. It can be found on Kyoko Otonashi Best Selection, Final Movie OST and OST Conclusion.


Track 6
Crystal Heart Crystal Heart 3:28
A very soft twinkling is the main focus of this aptly titled song. It can be found on Final Movie OST and OST Conclusion.


Track 7
6-6-6 6-6-6 1:51
This sounds a lot like a Russian Cold War anthem. Its totally synth, and has a militaristic pacing to it. Really interesting, and unlike any other Maison Ikkoku song. It can be found on Final Movie OST and OST Conclusion.


Track 8
Kami Fubuki Paper Snowstorm 0:19
This lively trumpet number sounds like something a king would enter by. It can be found on Final Movie OST and OST Conclusion.


Track 9
Wedding Dress Wedding Dress 1:08
This song sounds very much like a royal wedding march. It can be found on Final Movie OST and OST Conclusion.


Track 10
Kapai!! Cheers!! 0:10
A single note building higher. It can be found on Final Movie OST and OST Conclusion.


Track 11
Grandmother Grandmother 4:03
This synthesizer song builds off the note of Kapai! and continues from there, by adding violins. It can be found on Final Movie OST and OST Conclusion.


Track 12
Tsuki to Gita Moon and Guitar 2:23
An harp really adds flavor to this delicately written song. The acoustic guitar, flute and violin take turns alternating the melody. It can be found on Final Movie OST and OST Conclusion.


Track 13
She-Inn She-Inn 1:11
Opening with a reverberating twinkling of synthesizer keys sets the mood for this eerily delicate song. It can be found on Final Movie OST and OST Conclusion.


Track 14
I Need Her I Need Her 1:01
A traditional piano song. It can be found on Final Movie OST and OST Conclusion.


Track 15
Meri-go-Raundo no Futari Merry-Go-Round for Two 3:28
This beautiful song sounds a lot like a classy version of what you'd expect to hear on a carousel. It has a really nice accordian part to it. It can be found on Final Movie OST and OST Conclusion.


Track 16
Garasu no Kissu Kiss of Glass 4:25
Garasu no Kissu is performed by Rika Himenogi. It has a bit of the twinkling melodies that can be found throughout the album, before evolving into a fast-paced pop song. It can be found on Super Best OST, Kyoko Otonashi Best Selection, the CD Single Memorial File, Final Movie OST and OST Conclusion.