Chocolove from AKB48

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Chocolove from AKB48
Origin Akihabara, Tokyo, Japan
Genres J-pop
Years active 2007
Labels DefSTAR, Universal Music Japan
Associated acts AKB48
Members Rina Nakanishi
Sayaka Akimoto
Sae Miyazawa

Chocolove from AKB48 was a sub-unit consisting of three members from the idol group AKB48. It is the fourth unit under AKB48, and the first to release more than one single.

The group's debut single "Ashita wa Ashita no Kimi ga Umareru", which served as the ending theme for the anime adaptation of Skull Man, reached number 18 on the Oricon's Weekly Single Charts, and charted for three weeks in 2007.[1] Their second single "Mail no Namida" reached number 29 and charted for two weeks.[2]



# Title Release date First week sales Total sales
1 "Ashita wa Ashita no Kimi ga Umareru" (明日は明日の君が生まれる) June 6, 2007 8,133 9,444
2 "Mail no Namida" (メールの涙, Mēru no Namida) August 29, 2007 5,182 5,182


# Title Release date First week sales Total sales
1 Dessert November 21, 2007 - -



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