Bolero / Kiss the Baby Sky / Wasurenaide

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"Bolero / Kiss the Baby Sky / Wasurenaide"
Tohoshinki Bolero -CD-.jpg
Single by Tohoshinki
from the album The Secret Code
Released January 21, 2009
Recorded 2008
Genre "Bolero" J-pop, R&B, soul
"Kiss the Baby Sky" Soft rock, R&B
"Wasurenaide" Pop
Label Rhythm Zone
Tohoshinki singles chronology
"Wrong Number"
"Bolero / Kiss the Baby Sky / Wasurenaide"
"Wrong Number"
"Bolero / Kiss the Baby Sky / Wasurenaide"
Music video
"Bolero" on YouTube
"Kiss the Baby Sky" on YouTube

"Bolero / Kiss the Baby Sky / Wasurenaide" (Bolero / Kiss the Baby Sky / 忘れないで, Borero / Kisu Za Beibī Sukai / Wasurenaide, lit. Bolero / Kiss the Baby Sky / Don't Forget) is Tohoshinki's 25th Japanese single, released on January 21, 2009. Bolero was the theme song for the Japanese movie, "Subaru (昴)". The movie is named after the ballerina lead named Subaru, which released on March 20, 2009. Tohoshinki made their debut screen on Subaru. The members of Tohoshinki appeared in one scene in which Meisa Kuroki’s character visited a bar; where they performed on a stage during the scene.[1][2]

By the beginning of February, the single was announced to receive Platinum Disc Certificate by Japan Association of Records on February 10, 2009 for reaching 101,861 in sales.[3]

Track listing[edit]


  1. "Bolero"
  2. "Kiss the Baby Sky"
  3. "Wasurenaide"
  4. "Dōshite Kimi o Suki ni Natte Shimattandarō?" (Royal Mirrorball Mix) (CD Version Only)
  5. "Bolero" (Less Vocal)
  6. "Kiss the Baby Sky" (Less Vocal)
  7. "Wasurenaide" (Less Vocal)


  1. "Bolero" (Video clip)
  2. Off Shot Movie


Oricon sales chart (Japan)[edit]

Release Chart Peak Position Sales Total Chart Run
January 21, 2009 Oricon Daily Singles Chart 1 62,732
Oricon Weekly Singles Chart 1 89,701 8+
Oricon Monthly Singles Chart 4 109,612
Oricon Yearly Singles Chart 49 110,717


  1. ^ "TVXQ Screen debut 'Subaru'". Nikkan Sports (in Japanese). 2008-12-12. Retrieved 2008-12-12. 
  2. ^ "TVXQ Asia Cooperation movie 'Subaru' surprise cameo appearance". Newsen (in Korean). 2008-12-12. Retrieved 2008-12-12. 
  3. ^ レコ協、1月度ミリオン・ゴールドアルバム等認定作品を発表 "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-02-18. Retrieved 2009-02-21. 

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Preceded by
"Ai no Mama de..." by Junko Akimoto
Japanese Oricon Chart number one single
February 2, 2009
Succeeded by
"Yakusoku" by KinKi Kids