Single by Tanpopo
from the album TANPOPO 1
Released March 10, 1999
Genre J-Pop
Format CD single
Length 14:44
Label zetima zetima
Producer Tsunku
Tanpopo Singles Chronology
Previous Last Kiss 1st single (1998)
Next Tanpopo (Single Version) 3rd single (1999)

Motto (More) is the second single of the subgroup Tanpopo. It was released on March 10, 1999, as a 8cm CD. The single reached number seven on the Japan Oricon charts and sold a total of 85,520 copies. A remix version of this song was made and was featured on the group's first album, TANPOPO 1.


Tanpopo - Motto (MV)

Tanpopo - Motto (MV)

Motto (MV)

  1. Motto
  2. Ai no Uta (愛の唄; Love Song)
  3. Motto (Instrumental)

Featured MembersEdit

Single InformationEdit

  • Lyrics, Composition, and Additional Vocals: Tsunku
  • Arrangement, Keyboards, Programming: Kono Shin
  • Guitar: Hiram Bullock
  • Turntable: Sean C.
  • Percussion: Bashiri Johnson
  • Bass: Will Lee
  • Drums: Chris Parker
  • Recorded by: Mark Partis, Yanagisawa Takeshi
  • Mixed by: Ishikawa Seiji
  • Vocals:
  • Chorus: Tanpopo & Tsunku
  • Dance Choreographer: Natsu Mayumi
Ai no Uta

External LinksEdit

Former Members
1st Gen: Ishiguro Aya, Iida Kaori, Yaguchi Mari
2nd Gen: Ishikawa Rika, Kago Ai
3rd Gen: Konno Asami, Niigaki Risa, Shibata Ayumi
4th Gen/#: Kamei Eri, Mitsui Aika, Kumai Yurina, Okai Chisato
01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08
Original: TANPOPO 1
Best: All of Tanpopo, Tanpopo / Petitmoni Mega Best
Tanpopo Single V Clips ①
Related Units
Morning Musume, Minimoni, Melon Kinenbi, Berryz Koubou, ℃-ute

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