Kekkyoku Bye Bye Bye
Single by Heike Michiyo
Native title 結局 Bye Bye Bye
Released February 7, 2001
Genre J-Pop
Format CD single
Length 12:31
Label Warner Music Japan
Producer Tsunku
Heike Michiyo Singles Chronology
Previous Ai no Chikara 8th single (2000)
Next Propose 10th single (2001)
Michiyo Heike

Heike promoting the single

Kekkyoku Bye Bye Bye (結局 Bye Bye Bye; In the End, Bye Bye Bye) is Heike Michiyo's ninth single. It was released on February 7, 2001, and sold a total of 10,240 copies.


Heike Michiyo - Kekkyoku Bye Bye Bye (MV)

Heike Michiyo - Kekkyoku Bye Bye Bye (MV)

Kekkyoku Bye Bye Bye

  1. Kekkyoku Bye Bye Bye
  2. Ame・Ame・Yoru (雨・雨・夜; Rain, Rain, Night)
  3. Kekkyoku Bye Bye Bye (Instrumental) (結局 Bye Bye Bye(Instrumental))

Single InformationEdit

Kekkyoku Bye Bye Bye

TV PerformancesEdit

Kekkyoku Bye Bye Bye

Concert Performances Edit

Kekkyoku Bye Bye Bye

Oricon Chart PositionsEdit

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales
- - - - - - - 45 7,000

Total Reported Sales: 10,240


  • First press came with 1 of 3 different trading cards.
  • The single was first announced to be released on November 22nd, 2000, with the title "Dakishimerarete...", but the release was postponed and the title changed.
  • The title track was used as the ending theme to TV Tokyo's quiz show Quizz Akahaji Aohaji.
  • "Kekkyoku Bye Bye Bye" was used as the ending theme to Idol wo Sagase!.


Heike said in an interview on January 29th:

“I feel like I was born to sing this song. When I listened to this song for the first time, I felt goose bumps. I received the demo tape when I was feeling spacey in a car. But as soon as I listened to it, it woke me right up. lol.

As you know, whenever I receive the new song, I get excited. But this time, it was a little bit different. All my life, I’d been searching for the perfect match, and this song was exactly it. I feel like I was born to sing this song.

My first recording attempt wasn’t very good. I felt like the song ‘owned’ me, and I never felt like that before. Since it was easy to memorize, I thought it was going to be easy to sing too, but boy was I wrong! I realized at that point that I had to change my whole attitude to face this song. Tsunku also gave me a piece of advice: ‘Please forget about how you used to sing, and find a new way to sing this song and built a new image for yourself.’ So I was able to be humble once again in a positive way.

[…] The main character in this song is a strong-willed woman with a little bit of weakness showing up here and there. And that’s what’s interesting about the lyrics. Men would usually admit, ‘that’s why I never quite understand women’s minds.’ This song reflects those typical feelings about women very well. This song has a mixture of who I am and who I’d like to be. If you have a chance to listen to this song on a wired radio etc. and realize, ‘I now understand who Michiyo Heike really is. I like her, and I like this song’, then that would make me very happy. I’m not sure how many copies will be sold, but I’ve put a lot of my soul into it. I wish many people could feel my energy through this song.[1]


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