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Sakura Night Fever / Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin / Osu! Kobushi Tamashii (桜ナイトフィーバー/チョット愚直に!猪突猛進/押忍!こぶし魂; Cherry Blossom Night Fever / A Little Simply! Recklessly / Yo! Kobushi Soul) is Kobushi Factory's 2nd single. It was released on February 17, 2016 in six editions: three regular and three limited.[1][2] The first press of the regular editions include a random trading card of 9 kinds depending on the jacket (27 total). The limited editions include an event lottery serial number card.

"Sakura Night Fever" is a cover of the 2015 single by KAN.

Tracklist[]

Kobushi_Factory_-_Sakura_Night_Fever_(MV)_(Promotion_Edit)

Kobushi Factory - Sakura Night Fever (MV) (Promotion Edit)

Kobushi_Factory_-_Chotto_Guchoku_ni!_Chototsumoushin_(MV)_(Promotion_Edit)

Kobushi Factory - Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin (MV) (Promotion Edit)

Kobushi_Factory_-_Osu!_Kobushi_Tamashii_(MV)_(Promotion_Edit)

Kobushi Factory - Osu! Kobushi Tamashii (MV) (Promotion Edit)

CD[]

  1. Sakura Night Fever (KAN cover)
  2. Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin
  3. Osu! Kobushi Tamashii
  4. Sakura Night Fever (Instrumental)
  5. Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin (Instrumental)
  6. Osu! Kobushi Tamashii (Instrumental)

Limited Edition A DVD[]

  • Sakura Night Fever (Fever Ver.)

Limited Edition B DVD[]

  • Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin (Music Video)

Limited Edition C DVD[]

  • Osu! Kobushi Tamashii (Music Video)

Event V "Sakura Night Fever"[]

  1. Sakura Night Fever (Fujii Rio Solo Ver.)
  2. Sakura Night Fever (Hirose Ayaka Solo Ver.)
  3. Sakura Night Fever (Nomura Minami Solo Ver.)
  4. Sakura Night Fever (Ogawa Rena Solo Ver.)
  5. Sakura Night Fever (Hamaura Ayano Solo Ver.)
  6. Sakura Night Fever (Taguchi Natsumi Solo Ver.)
  7. Sakura Night Fever (Wada Sakurako Solo Ver.)
  8. Sakura Night Fever (Inoue Rei Solo Ver.)

Event V "Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin"[]

  1. Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin (Fujii Rio Solo Ver.)
  2. Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin (Hirose Ayaka Solo Ver.)
  3. Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin (Nomura Minami Solo Ver.)
  4. Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin (Ogawa Rena Solo Ver.)
  5. Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin (Hamaura Ayano Solo Ver.)
  6. Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin (Taguchi Natsumi Solo Ver.)
  7. Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin (Wada Sakurako Solo Ver.)
  8. Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin (Inoue Rei Solo Ver.)

Event V "Osu! Kobushi Tamashii"[]

  1. Osu! Kobushi Tamashii (Fujii Rio Solo Ver.)
  2. Osu! Kobushi Tamashii (Hirose Ayaka Solo Ver.)
  3. Osu! Kobushi Tamashii (Nomura Minami Solo Ver.)
  4. Osu! Kobushi Tamashii (Ogawa Rena Solo Ver.)
  5. Osu! Kobushi Tamashii (Hamaura Ayano Solo Ver.)
  6. Osu! Kobushi Tamashii (Taguchi Natsumi Solo Ver.)
  7. Osu! Kobushi Tamashii (Wada Sakurako Solo Ver.)
  8. Osu! Kobushi Tamashii (Inoue Rei Solo Ver.)

Featured Members[]

Kobushi Factory promoting "Sakura Night Fever"

Kobushi Factory promoting "Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin"

Single Information[]

Sakura Night Fever
Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin
  • Lyrics and Composition: Maeyamada Kenichi (Hyadain)
  • Arrangement, Programming, and Guitar: Suzuki Shunsuke
  • Brass arrangement, Tenor, and Baritone Sax: Takegami Yoshinari
  • Bass: Komatsu Hideyuki
  • Hammond B-3 Organ: Kawai Daisuke
  • Trumpet: Suzuki Masanori
  • Trombone: Sato Hiroki
  • Chorus: Funyu Hiromi, Yamao Masato
  • Dance Choreography: YOSHIKO
  • Music Video: Kitahara Seiji
Osu! Kobushi Tamashi

Performances[]

TV Performances[]

  • [2016.01.29] Idol Otakarakuji (Sakura Night Fever)
  • [2016.02.11] The Girls Live (Sakura Night Fever)
  • [2016.02.17] Oha Suta (Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin)
  • [2016.02.18] The Girls Live (Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin)
  • [2016.02.22] Music Japan (Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin)
  • [2016.02.25] The Girls Live (Osu! Kobushi Tamashii)
  • [2016.03.17] The Girls Live (Sakura Night Fever)
  • [2016.08.16] FULL CHORUS (Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin)
  • [2016.10.13] The Girls Live (Sakura Night Fever)
  • [2016.11.24] The Girls Live (Osu! Kobushi Tamashii)
  • [2017.10.23] The Girls Live (Osu! Kobushi Tamashii)

Concert Performances[]

Sakura Night Fever
Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin
Osu! Kobushi Tamashii

Event Performances[]

  • [2016.08.05] TOKYO IDOL FESTIVAL (Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin)
  • [2017.08.04] TOKYO IDOL FESTIVAL (Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin)

Chart Positions[]

Oricon Chart Positions[]

Daily & Weekly Rankings
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales
- 1
21,222
2
3,174
2
1,391
1
4,310
3
1,173
1
2,552
1 33,903
17 - - - - 50 - 58 1,285
46 21 - - - - - 43 1,587
- 15 - - - - - 30 1,675
15 39 - - - - - 68 687
- - 26 - - - 28 60 784
- 33 - - - - - 98 489
- - - - - - - Out for 3 weeks.
- - - - - - 18 97 570
Monthly Ranking
Year Month Month Rank Sales Ref
2016 February 8 35,188 [3]
Yearly Ranking
Year Year Rank Sales
2016 143 40,980

Total Reported Sales: 40,980*

Billboard Japan Top Single Sales[]

Week Rank Sales Ref
1 38,112 [4]
51 N/A [5]
36 2,063 [6]
22 2,298 [7]
53 N/A [8]
50 939 [9]
63 N/A [10]

Total Reported Sales: 43,412

Recochoku Music Video Rankings[]

Song Daily Rank Weekly Rank Monthly Rank
Sakura Night Fever 4 8 46
Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin 5 10 59
Osu! Kobushi Tamashii 6 20 -

Other Chart Rankings[]

Country Chart Highest
Position
Ref
Flag of Japan.svg.png Japan Billboard Japan Top Singles Sales 1
(38,112)
[11][12]
Billboard Japan Radio Songs 25 [13]
"Sakura Night Fever" only
Billboard Japan Hot 100 2 [14]
"Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin" only
Billboard Japan Hot 100 92 [14]

Trivia[]

  • The single was announced at Hello! Project COUNTDOWN PARTY 2015 ~GOOD BYE & HELLO!~.
  • KAN's "Sakura Night Fever" was released on February 2, 2015, and was performed in March 2015 at the Hello! Project Hina Fest 2015 ~Mankai! The Girls' Festival~ by all of Hello! Project.
  • The "Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin" MV location was shot in a popular wedding banquet hall called "Pleats. M" designed by a popular architect (Hironaka Ogawa), located in Saitama prefecture.
  • Hirose Ayaka and Wada Sakurako are the only members to have no solo lines in "Sakura Night Fever".
  • This is their first single to top the Oricon daily and weekly charts.
  • "Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin" is Kobushi Factory's first music video to reach 1,000,000 views on YouTube. Additionally, it is also the first to reach 2,000,000 views.
  • "Osu! Kobushi Tamashii" and "Sakura Night Fever" are Kobushi Factory's fourth and fifth music videos to reach 1,000,000 views on YouTube.
  • "Chotto Guchoku ni! Chototsumoushin" is a homage to the song "Get It On" by Chase (1971).[15]

References[]

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