Sakura Chirari
Regular Edition
Single by ℃-ute
from the album 3rd ~LOVE Escalation!~
Native title 桜チラリ
Released February 21, 2007
February 28, 2007 (Single V)
March 10, 2007 (Event V)
Genre J-Pop
Format CD Single, CD+DVD, Single V, Event V, digital download
Length 12:14
Label zetima zetima
Producer Tsunku
℃-ute Singles Chronology
Previous Wakkyanai (Z) 4th indies single (2006)
Next Meguru Koi no Kisetsu 2nd single (2007)
Other Covers

Limited Edition

Single V

Event V

Sakura Chirari (桜チラリ; Cherry Blossoms Scattering) is ℃-ute's 1st major label single. It was released on February 21, 2007 under the zetima label in limited edition (includes a 24-page photo booklet), and a regular edition (includes a photocard). The Single V DVD was released on February 28, 2007.


℃-ute - Sakura Chirari (MV)04:12

℃-ute - Sakura Chirari (MV)

Sakura Chirari (MV)


  1. Sakura Chirari
  2. JUMP
  3. Sakura Chirari (Instrumental)

Single VEdit

  1. Sakura Chirari
  2. Sakura Chirari (Close-up Ver.)
  3. Making of (メイキング映像)

Event VEdit

  1. Sakura Chirari (Close-up Live Ver. at Nihon Seinenkan)
    • Performance from ℃-ute Debut Tandoku Concert 2007 Haru ~Hajimatta yo! Cutie Show~
  2. Sakura Chirari (Dance Shot Ver.)
  3. Sakura Chirari TV SPOT

Featured MembersEdit


℃-ute promoting the single

TV PerformancesEdit

  • [2007.02.12] Oha Star
  • [2007.02.18] Hello! Morning
  • [2007.02.23] Ongaku Senshi MUSIC FIGHTER
  • [2007.03.09] Pop Jam
  • [2007.03.22] Utaban
  • [2007.04.21] J-MELO

Concert PerformancesEdit

Sakura Chirari

Single InformationEdit

  • All Lyrics and Composition: Tsunku
Sakura Chirari

Oricon Ranking and SalesEdit

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales
- 3 6 10 12 17 25 5 23,827
16 48 - - - - - 62 1,988
- - - - - - - 129 780

Total sales: 26,595

Single V
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales
- - - - - - - 4 5,587
- - - - - - - - 1,613

Total sales: 7,200

Additional VideosEdit


  • In April 2012, ℃-ute posted a remake of the Dance Shot Ver. on their Official YouTube Channel with only the current members, but the vocals were still the same.
  • This is their first single without Murakami Megumi.
  • This is the first single in Hello! Project to have an Event V.
  • This was ℃-ute's lowest selling single until SHOCK!.
  • An earlier iteration of the song, known as "Yuki ga Chirari", was released on ℃-ute's final album, ℃OMPLETE SINGLE COLLECTION. The lyrics are identical, with the exception that every "Sakura Chirari" is replaced with "Yuki ga Chirari". "Yuki ga Chirari" also features former member, Murakami Megumi.

External LinksEdit

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