Teion Yakedo / Shunrenka / I Need You ~Yozora no Kanransha~
Regular Editon A
Single by Tsubaki Factory
Released February 21, 2018
April 8, 2018 (Event V)
Genre J-pop
Format CD, CD+DVD, digital download
Label zetima zetima
Tsubaki Factory Singles Chronology
Previous Shuukatsu Sensation / Waratte / Hana Moyou 2nd Single (2017)
Other Covers

Regular Edition B

Regular Edition C

Limited Edition A

Limited Edition B

Limited Edition C

Limited Edition SP

Event V

"Teion Yakedo" Digital Pre-release

Teion Yakedo / Shunrenka / I Need You ~Yozora no Kanransha~ (低温火傷/春恋歌/I Need You ~夜空の観覧車~; Cold Burn / Spring Love Song / I Need You ~Ferris Wheel of the Night Sky~) is Tsubaki Factory's 3rd single. It was released on February 21, 2018 in 7 editions: 3 regular and 4 limited.[1] The first press of the regular editions included a random trading card of 10 kinds depending on the jacket (30 in total). Limited Edition SP included an event lottery serial number card. The song "Teion Yakedo" was pre-released digitally on December 2, 2017.[2]

"Teion Yakedo" was selected as the February 2018 opening theme for music-ru TV[3] and as one of the songs for FM-FUJI's SOUND LEAF weekly power play in the same month.[4]


Tsubaki Factory - Teion Yakedo (MV) (Promotion Edit)

Tsubaki Factory - Teion Yakedo (MV) (Promotion Edit)

Tsubaki Factory - Shunrenka (MV) (Promotion Edit)

Tsubaki Factory - Shunrenka (MV) (Promotion Edit)

Tsubaki Factory - I Need You ~Yozora no Kanransha~ (MV) (Promotion Edit)

Tsubaki Factory - I Need You ~Yozora no Kanransha~ (MV) (Promotion Edit)


  1. Teion Yakedo
  2. Shunrenka
  3. I Need You ~Yozora no Kanransha~
  4. Teion Yakedo (Instrumental)
  5. Shunrenka (Instrumental)
  6. I Need You ~Yozora no Kanransha~ (Instrumental)

Limited Edition A DVDEdit

  1. Teion Yakedo (Music Video)

Limited Edition B DVDEdit

  1. Shunrenka (Music Video)

Limited Edition C DVDEdit

  1. I Need You ~Yozora no Kanransha~ (Music Video)

Limited Edition SP DVDEdit

  1. Teion Yakedo (Dance Shot Ver.)
  2. Shunrenka (Dance Shot Ver.)
  3. I Need You ~Yozora no Kanransha~ (Close-up Ver.)

Event VEdit

  1. Teion Yakedo (Close-up Ver.)
  2. Shunrenka (Close-up Ver.)
  3. I Need You ~Yozora no Kanransha~ (Close-up Ver. II)

Featured MembersEdit


Tsubaki Factory promoting "Teion Yakedo"

Single InformationEdit

Teion Yakedo
I Need You ~Yozora no Kanransha~

TV PerformancesEdit

  • [2018.01.15] The Girls Live (Teion Yakedo)
  • [2018.01.22] Oha Suta (Teion Yakedo)
  • [2018.02.18] The Girls Live (Teion Yakedo / Shunrenka)
  • [2018.02.20] Live B♪ (Teion Yakedo)
  • [2018.03.14] SKY PerfecTV! Ongakusai 2018 (Shunrenka)
  • [2018.04.02] The Girls Live (I Need You ~Yozora no Kanransha~)

Concert PerformancesEdit

Teion Yakedo
I Need You ~Yozora no Kanransha~

Chart PositionsEdit

Oricon Chart PositionsEdit

Daily & Weekly Ranking
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales
- 2
4 3
12 2
2 68,266
31 - - 25 - - - 53 1,212
- - - - - - - 141 346
- - - - - - - Out for 1 week.
- - - 9 - - - 44 1,584
- - - 16 - - - 74 661
- - - 16 - - - 92 366
Monthly Ranking
Year Month Month Rank Sales Ref
2018 February 7 69,478 [6]

Total reported sales: 72,435*

Recochoku Music Video RankingsEdit

Song Daily Rank Weekly Rank Monthly Rank
Teion Yakedo 3 8 56
Shunrenka 7 23 -
I Need You ~Yozora no Kanransha~ 6 24 -

Other Chart RankingsEdit

Country Chart Highest
Flag of Japan.svg Japan Billboard Japan Single Sales (First Three Days) 2
Billboard Japan Top Singles Sales 2
CDTV Original Ranking 3 [9]
"Teion Yakedo" only
Billboard Japan Hot 100 3 [10]


  • The single and the A-side title "Teion Yakedo" were first announced on The Girls Live on November 13, 2017.[11][12]
  • "Teion Yakedo" is described as a melancholic winter song which is perfect for the cold season. The song is characterized by the group wearing gloves for performances.[1]
  • "I Need You ~Yozora no Kanransha~" was originally a demo Hoshibe Sho had almost finished writing in summer 2013. Dialogue was added to the beginning and the lyrics were modified for Tsubaki Factory's release. He also wrote the song with Yokohama's Minato Mirai amusement park in mind, and was pleased that the music video and CD jackets were shot there according to his image.[13] The crescent moon in the lyrics also refers to the InterContinental Hotel, which can be seen from the ferris wheel and looks like a half-moon.[14]
  • This is their highest first day sales as well as their highest selling single.

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