Oricon Flashback: Week of 3/11

We’re back with this week’s edition of Oricon Flashback! This is where we look back on what topped the charts this week 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, and 30 years ago. Think of it as a way to reminisce and learn about the past of Japanese music.

3/13/89

Album:

Hikaru GENJI – Hey! Say! (second week sales: 99,040 / second consecutive week at #1)

Single:

Otokugumi – TIME ZONE (first week sales: 121,060)

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3/14/94

Album:

B’z – The 7th Blues (first week sales: 1,049,900)

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Single:

Nakayama Miho – Tada Nakitaku Naru no (fourth week sales: 98,340)

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3/8/99

Album:

hitomi – h (first week sales: 248,620)

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Single:

KinKi Kids – Yamenaide, PURE (first week sales: 354,790)


3/8/04

Album:

CHEMISTRY – One x One (second week sales: 140,527 / second consecutive week at #1)

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Single:

ORANGE RANGE – Michishirube ~a road home~ (first week sales: 90,988)

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3/9/09

Album:

Angela Aki – ANSWER (first week sales: 74,068)

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Single / Billboard Hot 100:

Ayumi Hamasaki – Rule / Sparkle (first week sales: 95,309)

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3/10/14

Album:

Koda Kumi – Bon Voyage (first week sales: 46,091)

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Single / Billboard Hot 100:

AKB48 – Mae Shika Mukanee (first week sales: 1,091,406)

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