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Cabbage Hakusho ~Haru Hen~ (キャベツ白書~春編~; Cabbage Report ~Spring Edition~) is Peaberry's first major debut single, second overall. It was released on February 27, 2013, in 4 versions: regular and 3 limited editions. The title track is a new arrangement of their previous indies single, "Cabbage Hakusho".

The Event V for this single was released on May 29, 2013.



ピーベリー 『キャベツ白書~春編~』 (MV)-0

Cabbage Hakusho ~Haru Hen~ (MV)


  1. Cabbage Hakusho ~Haru Hen~
  2. Niji no Seseragi (虹のせせらぎ)
  3. Cabbage Hakusho ~Haru Hen~ (Instrumental)

Limited Edition A DVD[]

  1. Cabbage Hakusho ~Haru Hen~ (MUSIC VIDEO)
  2. Cabbage Hakusho ~Haru Hen~ (Another Ver.)
  3. Candle Tsukuri ni Chousen!! (キャンドル作りに挑戦!!; Candle Making Challenge!!)

Limited Edition B DVD[]

  1. Cabbage Hakusho ~Haru Hen~ (MUSIC VIDEO)
  2. Cabbage Hakusho ~Haru Hen~ (Close-up Ver.)
  3. Jacket & MUSIC VIDEO Making (ジャケット&MUSIC VIDEO撮影メイキング)

Event V[]

  1. Cabbage Hakusho ~Haru Hen~ (Wada Ayaka Close-up Ver.)
  2. Cabbage Hakusho ~Haru Hen~ (Sayashi Riho Close-up Ver.)
  3. Cabbage Hakusho (Wada Ayaka Ver.)
  4. Cabbage Hakusho (Sayashi Riho Ver.)

Featured Members[]

Peaberry promoting the single with Hosokawa Kayoko

Single Information[]

Cabbage Hakusho
Niji no Seseragi


TV Performances[]

Concert Performances[]

Event Performances[]

Oricon Chart Positions[]

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales
- 7 7 9 21 8 7 8 13,014
21 - - - - - - 95 686
- - - - - - - 199 219
Year Month Month Rank Sales
2013 February 33 13,014

Total Reported Sales: 13,919


  • The song was covered by Tsubaki Factory for their mini album Tsubaki Factory SOUND + VISION Vol.1.
  • "Cabbage Hakusho ~Haru Hen~" was the official anthem of the SATOYAMA movement (and the SATOUMI movement once it was created), and it was sung during the opening ceremony of every major event until the spring 2017 event.
    • After Sayashi Riho graduated from Morning Musume and went on hiatus at the end of 2015, Tsubaki Factory replaced Peaberry as the ones who sang it.
  • Hosokawa Kayoko sings the lines from the folk song "Furusato"[1] and portrays the grandmother in the music video. She is the wife of former Japanese prime minister Hosokawa Morihiro and is the chairwoman of the non-profit organization Yuuki no Tsubasa, which the SATOYAMA movement has often collaborated with.


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