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Shalala! Yareru Hazu sa / Ee ja nai ka Ninja nai ka (シャララ!やれるはずさ/エエジャナイカ ニンジャナイカ; Shalala! We Can Do It / Who Cares, Aren't We Ninjas?) is Kobushi Factory's 4th single. It was released on June 14, 2017 in 5 editions: 2 regular and 3 limited. The first press of the regular editions included a random trading card of 9 kinds depending on the jacket (18 total). The limited editions included an event lottery serial number card.

"Ee ja nai ka Ninja nai ka" is the theme song for the JK Ninja Girls film. The B-sides "Yami ni Nukegake" and "Pitch Pichi Tomodachi" are from the musical and are also used as insert songs in the film.[1]

This is the last single to feature Fujii Rio, Ogawa Rena, and Taguchi Natsumi.

Tracklist[]

Kobushi_Factory_-_Shalala!_Yareru_Hazu_sa_(MV)_(Promotion_Edit)

Kobushi Factory - Shalala! Yareru Hazu sa (MV) (Promotion Edit)

Kobushi_Factory_-_Ee_ja_nai_ka_Ninja_nai_ka_(MV)_(Promotion_Edit)

Kobushi Factory - Ee ja nai ka Ninja nai ka (MV) (Promotion Edit)

CD[]

Regular Editions A-B; Limited Editions A-B[]

  1. Shalala! Yareru Hazu sa
  2. Ee ja nai ka Ninja nai ka
  3. Shalala! Yareru Hazu sa (Instrumental)
  4. Ee ja nai ka Ninja nai ka (Instrumental)

Limited Edition SP[]

  1. Ee ja nai ka Ninja nai ka
  2. Shalala! Yareru Hazu sa
  3. Yami ni Nukegake (闇に抜け駆け; Act Before Dark)
  4. Picchipichi Tomodachi (ピッチピチトモダッチ; Super Spunky Friends) - JK Ninja Girls & Ninja Oyajis
  5. Ee ja nai ka Ninja nai ka (Instrumental)
  6. Shalala! Yareru Hazu sa (Instrumental)
  7. Yami ni Nukegake (Instrumental)
  8. Picchipichi Tomodachi (Instrumental)

Limited Edition A DVD[]

  1. Shalala! Yareru Hazu sa (Music Video)

Limited Edition B DVD[]

  1. Ee ja nai ka Ninja nai ka (Music Video)

Limited Edition SP DVD[]

  1. Shalala! Yareru Hazu sa (Dance Shot Ver.)
  2. Ee ja nai ka Ninja nai ka (Dance Shot Ver.)

Event V[]

  1. Shalala! Yareru Hazu sa (Close-up Ver.)
  2. Ee ja nai ka Ninja nai ka (Close-up Ver.)

Featured Members[]

Kobushi Factory promoting "Shalala! Yareru Hazu sa"

"Picchipichi Tomodachi" Only
  • Ninja Oyajis
    • Nukumizu Yoichi
    • Hiraga Masaomi
    • Yasoda Yuichi
    • Toshimasa Komatsu

Single Information[]

Shalala! Yareru Hazu sa
Ee ja nai ka Ninja nai ka
Yami ni Nukegake
  • Lyrics: Niira Etsuko
  • Composition and Arrangement: Wada Shunsuke
Picchipichi Tomodacchi
  • Lyrics: Niira Etsuko, Ban Kazuhiko
  • Composition and Arrangement: Wada Shunsuke

Performances[]

TV Performances[]

  • [2017.06.13] FULL CHORUS (Ee ja nai ka Ninja nai ka)
  • [2017.06.16] Oha Suta (Ee ja nai ka Ninja nai ka)
  • [2017.06.19] The Girls Live (Shalala! Yareru Hazu sa)
  • [2017.07.03] The Girls Live (Ee ja nai ka Ninja nai ka)
  • [2017.07.17] The Girls Live (Yami ni Nukegake)
  • [2017.11.27] The Girls Live (Shalala! Yareru Hazu sa)
  • [2018.01.22] The Girls Live (Shalala! Yareru Hazu sa)
  • [2019.01.28] The Girls Live (Shalala! Yareru Hazu sa)

Concert Performances[]

Shalala! Yareru Hazu sa
Ee ja nai ka Ninja nai ka
Yami ni Nukegake
Picchipichi Tomodachi

Event Performances[]

Chart Positions[]

Oricon Chart Positions[]

Daily & Weekly Rankings
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales
- 3
18,550
5 5 14 24 14 4 22,493
29 - - - - - - 69 817
- - - - - - - 153 283
Monthly Ranking
Year Month Month Rank Sales Ref
2017 June 19 23,593 [5]
Yearly Ranking
Year Year Rank Sales
2017 236 23,593

Total reported sales: 23,593

Recochoku Music Video Rankings[]

Song Daily Rank Weekly Rank Monthly Rank
Shalala! Yareru Hazu sa 12 37 N/A
Ee ja nai ka Ninja nai ka 7 26 N/A

Other Chart Rankings[]

Country Chart Highest
Position
Ref
Flag of Japan.svg.png Japan SoundScan Japan Single Sales 3
(32,267)
[6]
Billboard Japan Top Singles Sales 4
(34,222)
[7]

Trivia[]

  • The single was announced on the opening day of Kobushi Factory Live Tour 2017 Haru ~PROGRESSIVE~ on April 9, 2017.[8][9]
  • This is the first single by Kobushi Factory to include B-sides.
  • On April 28, 2017, a notice was posted on the UP-FC website to recruit fanclub members as extras for one of the music videos ("Shalala! Yareru Hazu sa") that would be filmed on May 9.[10]
  • This was their lowest selling single until "Seishun no Hana / Start Line".

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