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Ijiwaru Shinai de Dakishimete yo / Hajimete wo Keikenchuu (イジワルしないで 抱きしめてよ/初めてを経験中) is Juice=Juice's 2nd major single. It was released on December 4, 2013. There were two regular editions and four limited editions. The first press for the regular edition comes with a trading card out of 6 kinds based on CD jackets (10 in total).

"Ijiwaru Shinai de Dakishimete yo" was used as the ending theme song for the Nagoya TV program King Kong no Aru Koto Nai Koto, while "Hajimete wo Keikenchuu" was used as the ending theme song for the program from the same channel Zakiroba! Asura no Susume.[1][2]

Tracklist[]

Juice=Juice_-_Ijiwaru_Shinai_de_Dakishimete_yo_(MV)

Juice=Juice - Ijiwaru Shinai de Dakishimete yo (MV)

Ijiwaru Shinai de Dakishimete yo (MV)

Juice=Juice_-_Hajimete_wo_Keikenchuu_(MV)

Juice=Juice - Hajimete wo Keikenchuu (MV)

Hajimete wo Keikenchuu (MV)

CD[]

  1. Ijiwaru Shinai de Dakishimete yo
  2. Hajimete wo Keikenchuu
  3. Ijiwaru Shinai de Dakishimete yo (Instrumental)
  4. Hajimete wo Keikenchuu (Instrumental)

Limited Edition A DVD[]

  1. Ijiwaru Shinai de Dakishimete yo (Music Video)
  2. Ijiwaru Shinai de Dakishimete yo (Dance Shot Ver.)

Limited Edition B DVD[]

  1. Hajimete wo Keikenchuu (Music Video)
  2. Hajimete wo Keikenchuu (Group Shot Ver.)

Limited Edition C DVD[]

  1. Ijiwaru Shinai de Dakishimete yo (Close-up Ver.)
  2. Hajimete wo Keikenchuu (Close-up Ver.)
  3. Making Of

Event V "Ijiwaru Shinai de Dakishimete yo"[]

  1. Ijiwaru Shinai de Dakishimete yo (Miyazaki Yuka Solo Ver.)
  2. Ijiwaru Shinai de Dakishimete yo (Kanazawa Tomoko Solo Ver.)
  3. Ijiwaru Shinai de Dakishimete yo (Takagi Sayuki Solo Ver.)
  4. Ijiwaru Shinai de Dakishimete yo (Miyamoto Karin Solo Ver.)
  5. Ijiwaru Shinai de Dakishimete yo (Uemura Akari Solo Ver.)

Event V "Hajimete wo Keikenchuu"[]

  1. Hajimete wo Keikenchuu (Miyazaki Yuka Solo Ver.)
  2. Hajimete wo Keikenchuu (Kanazawa Tomoko Solo Ver.)
  3. Hajimete wo Keikenchuu (Takagi Sayuki Solo Ver.)
  4. Hajimete wo Keikenchuu (Miyamoto Karin Solo Ver.)
  5. Hajimete wo Keikenchuu (Uemura Akari Solo Ver.)

Featured Members[]

Juice=Juice promoting "Ijiwaru Shinai de Dakishimete yo"

Juice=Juice promoting "Hajimete wo Keikenchuu"

Single Information[]

All lyrics and compositions by Tsunku. All dance choreographies by YOSHIKO.

Ijiwaru Shinai de Dakishimete yo
Hajimete wo Keikenchuu

Performances[]

TV Performances[]

  • [2013.12.05] Music Japan
  • [2013.12.13] Music Dragon
  • [2014.01.23] The Girls Live (Ijiwaru Shinai de Dakishimete yo)
  • [2014.05.22] The Girls Live (Hajimete wo Keikenchuu)
  • [2014.07.24] The Girls Live (Hajimete wo Keikenchuu)
  • [2014.09.25] The Girls Live (Ijiwaru Shinai de Dakishimete yo)
  • [2014.12.25] The Girls Live (Ijiwaru Shinai de Dakishimete yo)
  • [2015.02.12] The Girls Live (Hajimete wo Keikenchuu)
  • [2017.07.03] The Girls Live (Hajimete wo Keikenchuu)
  • [2017.11.20] The Girls Live (Ijiwaru Shinai de Dakishimete yo)
  • [2018.10.08] The Girls Live (Hajimete wo Keikenchuu)
  • [2018.11.19] The Girls Live (Ijiwaru Shinai de Dakishimete yo)

Concert Performances[]

Ijiwaru Shinai de Dakishimete yo
Hajimete wo Keikenchuu

Event Performances[]

Hajimete wo Keikenchuu

Promotions[]

  • October 14, 2013 (Oita, Japan)
  • November 04, 2013 (Fukushima, Japan)
  • November 16, 2013 (Hokkaido, Japan)
  • December 1, 2013 (Kyoto, Japan)
  • December 3, 2013 (Tokyo, Japan)[3]
  • December 6, 2013 (Funabashi, Chiba)[4]

  • October 14, 2013 (Oita, Japan)
  • November 04, 2013 (Fukushima, Japan)
  • November 16, 2013 (Hokkaido, Japan)
  • December 1, 2013 (Kyoto, Japan)
  • December 3, 2013 (Tokyo, Japan)
  • December 6, 2013 (Funabashi, Chiba)
  • December 14, 2013(Kanagawa[5]
  • January 26, 2014 (Aichi, Japan)[6]
  • March 1, 2014 (Osaka, Japan)
  • March 8, 2014 (Tokyo, Japan) (without Kanazawa)

  • Chart Positions[]

    Oricon Chart Positions[]

    Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales
    - 4 6 8 3
    2,511
    10 8 4 39,379
    22 22 43 38 45 16 35 33 2,555
    30 - - - - - - 77 845
    - - - - - - - 129 41
    - - - - - - - 142 343
    - - - - - - - 184 215
    - - - - - - - Out for 2 weeks.
    - - - - 11 - - 50 1,733
    - - - - - - - 148 323
    Year Month Month Rank Sales
    2013 December 12[7] 43,220

    Total Reported Sales: 45,834

    Other Chart Rankings[]

    Country Chart Highest
    Position
    Ref
    Flag of Japan.svg.png Japan Billboard Japan Adult Contemporary Airplay 70 [8]
    Billboard Japan Hot 100
    Billboard Japan Hot Singles Sales
    6 [9]

    Trivia[]

    • This is Juice=Juice's first double A-side single.
    • "Ijiwaru Shinai de Dakishimete yo" was originally titled "Watashi wa Rose Quartz", but was renamed weeks after the announcement. The release date was later changed from November 27, 2013 to December 4, 2013.
    • They promoted this single in Anikan R Yanyan's vol. 11, which went on sale on November 11, 2013.[10] When the magazine release was announced, they made a mistake and listed Otsuka Aina's name instead of Kanazawa Tomoko's name.
    • Ishida Ayumi participated in the dance shot for the music video for “Ijiwaru Shinai de Dakishimete yo” in Miyamoto Karin's place, because of her injury and their similar height.[11] Kanazawa later blogged that they have plans of recording another dance version with Miyamoto.[12]
    • In the "Hajimete wo Keikenchuu" MV, the member's fruits can be seen on the tables.
    • The Event Vs for both titled tracks were released on January 11, 2014 and were only sold at the 1/11 and 1/13 release events.[13] Both Event Vs feature individual solo shots of the music video for each member.
    • This single was their longest charting single until "Pop Music / Suki tte Itte yo".
    • The third of three Music Video's to have more than 1.000.000 views on Juice=Juice's channel.
    • This was their best selling single until Next is you! / Karada Dake ga Otona ni Nattan ja nai

    Additional Videos[]

    See Also[]

    References[]

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