Treasure Box (T-ara album)

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Treasure Box
T-ara, Treasure Box, Album Cover.jpg
Studio album by T-ara
Released August 8, 2013
Recorded 2012-13
Genre J-pop, dance-pop, electropop
Language Japanese
Label EMI Records Japan
T-ara chronology
T-ara's Best of Best 2009-2012: Korean ver.
(2012)T-ara's Best of Best 2009-2012: Korean ver.2012
Treasure Box
Singles from Treasure Box
  1. "Day by Day (Japanese ver.)"
    Released: September 21, 2012
  2. "Sexy Love"
    Released: November 14, 2012
  3. "Bunny Style!"
    Released: March 20, 2013
  4. "Target"
    Released: July 10, 2013

Treasure Box is the second Japanese studio album by South Korean idol group T-ara. It was released on August 7, 2013, as their first album release under Universal Music Japan sublabel EMI Records Japan in two limited editions and a regular edition. In order to promote the album, the group kicked off their second Japan nationwide concert tour T-ara Japan Tour 2013: Treasure Box on September 4, 2013.

Release and Promotion[edit]

Treasure Box was released in three editions: Pearl, Sapphire and Diamond. Pearl is the normal edition, while the Sapphire is a first press limited edition, which comes with a DVD and the Diamond is also a first press limited edition which comes with a DVD and a photobook. On 3 August, their second Japanese nationwide concert tour T-ara Japan Tour 2013: Treasure Box was announced.

Despite leaving the group before the album's release, and not appearing on the cover, Areum's vocals appear throughout the album.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "遊んでみる? (Wanna Play) (Japanese ver.)" 2:54
2. "Sexy Love (Japanese ver.)" 3:45
3. "バニスタ! (Bunny Style!)" 3:56
4. "Deja-Vu" 3:35
5. "初めてのように (Japanese ver.) (Like The First Time)" 4:06
6. "Sign (Soyeon & Areum)" 4:55
7. "シャボン玉のゆくえ (Soap Bubbles) (Boram & Qri)" 2:57
8. "Dangerous Love (Eunjung, Hyomin, & Jiyeon)" 3:41
9. "DAY BY DAY (Japanese ver.)" 3:28
10. "Beautiful Sniper" 3:37
11. "Target" 3:44
12. "Bye Bye (Japanese ver.)" 3:35
13. "キミは僕の宝物~Happy Birthday to you~" 2:13


Released Oricon chart Peak Debut sales Sales total
August 8, 2013 Daily albums chart 1 18,814 (Weekly)
24,613 (Monthly)
Weekly albums chart 4
Monthly albums chart 14
Yearly albums chart -

Concert tour[edit]

T-ara Japan Tour 2013: Treasure Box
Tour by T-ara
Associated album Treasure Box
Start date September 4, 2013
End date September 27, 2013
Legs 1
No. of shows 9
T-ara concert chronology

T-ara Japan Tour 2013: Treasure Box (stylized as T-ARA JAPAN TOUR 2013 ~Treasure Box~) is the second Japan nationwide concert tour by South Korean girl group T-ara, in support of their second Japanese studio album, Treasure Box (2013). The tour began on September 4, 2013, at Fukuoka Sun Palace, Japan and ended on September 27 at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo, Japan.[1]

Set list[edit]

Main Set

Act 1

  1. "Target"
  2. "Apple is A" (Japanese Ver.)
  3. "Yayaya" (Japanese Ver.)
  4. "Day By Day" (Japanese Ver.)

Act 2

  1. "愛の詩 (Love Poem)" (Soyeon's solo)
  2. "シャボン玉のゆくえ (Soap Bubbles)" (Qri & Boram)
  3. "Dangerous Love" - (Eunjung & Jiyeon & Hyomin)
  4. "風のように (Like A Wind)" (QBS)

Act 3

  1. "Bunny Style!"
  2. "ウェイロニ (Why Are You Being Like This)" (Japanese Ver.)
  3. "Sexy Love" (Japanese Ver.)
  4. "I'm Okay"
  5. "初めてのように (Like the First Time)" (Japanese Ver.)
  6. "Cry Cry" (Japanese Ver.)

Act 4

  1. "Do We Do We" (Qri's solo)
  2. "Two As One" (Eunjung's solo)
  3. "Beautiful Sniper"
  4. "あなたのせいで狂いそう (I Go Crazy Because of You)" (Japanese Ver.)
  5. "T.T.L (Remix Dance Ver.)" (Japanese Ver.)
  6. "Lovey-Dovey" (Japanese Ver.)


  1. "Day by Day" (Japanese Ver.)
  2. "Roly-Poly" (Japanese Ver.)
  3. "Bye Bye" (Japanese Ver.)

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue Attendance
September 4, 2013 Fukuoka Japan Fukuoka Sunpalace 4600[citation needed]
September 5, 2013
September 7, 2013 Kobe World Memorial Hall 16000[citation needed]
September 8, 2013
September 10, 2013 Sapporo Nitori Culture Hall 4600[citation needed]
September 11, 2013
September 15, 2013 Nagoya Nagoya Congress Center Century Hall 3000[citation needed]
September 26, 2013 Tokyo Nippon Budokan 28900[citation needed]
September 27, 2013


  1. ^ (in Japanese) T-ARA JAPAN TOUR 2013~TREASURE BOX~. T-ARA(ティアラ)公式ウェブサイト. 2013. Retrieved July 17, 2013.