Chokotto LOVE
Regular Edition
Single by Petitmoni
from the album Zenbu! Petitmoni
Native title ちょこっとLOVE
Released November 25, 1999
January 19, 2000 (VHS)
Genre J-Pop
Format CD Single, VHS
Length 11:56
Label zetima zetima
Producer Tsunku
Petitmoni Singles Chronology
Next Seishun Jidai 1.2.3! / Bicycle Daiseikou! 2nd Single (2000)
Other Covers

Chokotto LOVE (ちょこっとLOVE; A Little Bit of Love) is the first single of the Morning Musume subgroup Petitmoni. It was released on November 25, 1999 and sold 1,123,610 copies, peaking at number one on the Oricon charts in Japan. It also charted as the #9 single at the Oricon yearly chart.

First press came with a B2-sized poster.

A VHS of the music video, titled The Video Chokotto LOVE (ザ・ビデオ ちょこっとLOVE), was released on January 19, 2000. It sold 243,597 copies.


Petitmoni - Chokotto LOVE (MV)

Petitmoni - Chokotto LOVE (MV)

Chokotto LOVE (MV)


  1. Chokotto LOVE
  3. Chokotto LOVE (Instrumental)


  1. Chokotto LOVE

Featured MembersEdit

Single InformationEdit

Chokotto LOVE
  • Lyrics, Composition, and Chorus: Tsunku
  • Arrangement, Keyboards, and Programming: Konishi Takao
  • Manipulator: Katsuura Go

TV PerformancesEdit

  • [2000.05.28] Hello! Morning #008
  • [2000.08.06] Hello! Morning Episode 018 (Last Phrase Karaoke Battle)

Concert PerformancesEdit

Chokotto LOVE

Oricon Chart PositionsEdit

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales
- - - - - - - 1 287,110

Total Reported Sales: 1,123,610


  • This is the only Petitmoni single that features Ichii Sayaka.
  • S/mileage covered Chokotto LOVE for their single, Onaji Jikyuu de Hataraku Tomodachi no Bijin Mama.
  • There are several official versions of Chokotto Love: a 2001 version (with vocals by Yasuda, Goto, and Yoshizawa Hitomi), a 2003 version (with vocals by Yoshizawa, Ogawa Makoto, and Kimura Ayaka), and a trance remix.
  • The song was covered in English as "Petite Love" by the group on their album Smile Paradise and the Dancemania compilation J★PARADISE. This version of the song was later licensed by Konami for use in the video game Dance Dance Revolution 4th Mix Plus.
  • One of the members of J-Metal group BABYMETAL performed a version of this at a concert.

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