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Sekai (song)

is a song by Chara. It was released as the first single from her album Union on . It debuted at #24 on the Japanese Oricon album charts, and charted for five weeks. The song was used in commercials for the NEC brand 'Foma N702iS' cellphone.

Chara wrote the song in 2005. The main guitar chords in the song were recycled from the song from her 2005 independently released album Something Blue.

She wrote in the style of Stevie Nicks. The B-side is a cover of Akiko Kosaka's 1973 debut single.


Sekai (Japanese for "world") may refer to:

  • Sekai (magazine), a Japanese political magazine
  • "Sekai" (song), a 2006 song by Japanese singer-songwriter Chara

People with the given name Sekai include:

  • Koh Se-kai (born 1934), Taiwanese historian
  • Sekai Holland (born 1942), Zimbabwean politician
  • Sekai Nzenza-Shand (born 1959), Zimbabwean writer
Sekai (magazine)

Sekai (Japanese: 世界 "World") is a Japanese political magazine published by Iwanami Shoten, which was founded in December 1945. The first issue was published in 1946. The magazine is published monthly. It has a left-wing or progressive political stance. The magazine's founding principles were "peace and social justice, freedom and equality, and harmony and solidarity with the peoples of East Asia." The headquarters is in Tokyo. Yamaguchi Akio served as an editor of the magazine for a long period.