"Edo no Temari Uta II" (江戸の手毬唄II?, "EdoTemari Song II") is the sixth major (eleventh overall) single from J-pop teen idol group Cute, released on July 30, 2008. It is the first single to feature all members receiving solo lines. It was released both as a normal edition and limited edition. The limited edition has eight interchangeable covers, and the first press of both versions contained a card with a serial number, used in the "lottery" promotional event. The single's main vocalist is Airi Suzuki, who is also the center with Saki Nakajima. The single peaked at #5 on the Oricon Chart, lasting 4 weeks, whereas the Single V peaked at #21 and lasted 3 weeks. The song also ranked #200 in the overall 2008 charts.
The song supposedly tells the (rumored) story of the Great Fire of Meireki, also known as the "Furisode Fire". It was originally written for Hiroshi Itsuki, but when Tsunku heard it and enjoyed it he asked for permission for Cute to sing it instead, to which Hiroshi obliged.
At the end of 2008, for the song "Edo no Temari Uta II", which was chosen as one of the best works of the year, Cute was nominated for the main Japan Record Award but lost to Exile and had to be content with a Gold Award.