SEVENTEEN's "Fallin' Flower" blasts in at No. 1 on this week's Billboard Japan Hot 100, dated March 30 to April 5, selling 425,873 copies in its first week. The 13-member K-pop boy band leads physical sales and radio airplay, while also coming in at No. 3 for look-ups, No. 7 for Twitter mentions, No. 25 for downloads, and No. 63 for streaming.
Rising J-pop singer Uru's "Anata ga irukotode" is inching up the chart, moving up two notches to No. 6 this week. Her live performance on the popular music program Music Station boosted downloads to 28,813 units (doubling from 14,628 last week), streaming to 3,476,382 streams (up from 2,776,476), and video views to 2,977,372 plays (up from 2,540,525). Notably, the song topples Official HIGE DANdism's hit song "I LOVE…" from the top spot in downloads this week.
Singer-songwriter Gen Hoshino uploaded a video of himself on Instagram performing a song called "Uchide Odorou / Dancing on the Inside," which he wrote to encourage fans to stay home to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. The "Idea" artist invited people to upload their own collaborations with the song, resulting in other stars from various genres including Daichi Miura, Mitsuki Takahata, Yuriko Ishida, Taiiku Okazaki, Yo Oizumi and more joining in on the remotely coordinated fun.