The six compositions float seamlessly one into the other; three of them are composed by Edgar Froese, the other three by Thorsten Quaeschning. According to the album's theme, Springtime In Nagasaki has a somewhat dark mood, stylistic it is much more a 'classic' TD album, quite different to Madcap's Flaming Duty, which can be regarded as the 'major' TD release of the year.
Regarding the initial Eastgate CD release, neither CD nor the paper inserts show any order number or barcode, but the number given below is the order number the Eastgate Music Shop lists this release.
According to information from the Eastgate Music shop, Springtime In Nagasaki is a limited pressing, but the number of copies is unknown at time of writing.
In June 2007 this release became available as MP3 download at the Tangerine Dream Download Shop.
In March 2009 the album was re-released with different cover design as part of an extensive digipack series (consisting of a total of more than 60 CD and DVD releases) by the Germany based Membran record label, and in May 2009 it was re-released in Japan as part of a series of HiQualityCDs with mini LP paper sleeves.