|Single by Tohoshinki|
|from the album T|
|Released||December 19, 2007|
|Genre||J-Pop, electropop, bubblegum Pop|
|Label||Avex Trax/Rhythm Zone|
|Tohoshinki singles chronology|
"Together" is Tohoshinki's 15th Japanese single. It was released on December 19, 2007 and debuted at #2 on the Oricon Daily Charts, ending as #3 overall for the week. Together is used as the ending song for the Sanrio and Madhouse Animated Film, Cinnamoroll The Movie .
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The official music video was an animation featuring the TVXQ members helping out boys who are in a dance competition.
|Japan||December 19, 2007|
|South Korea||December 26, 2007|
|Release||Chart||Peak position||Sales total|
|December 1, 2007||Oricon Daily Singles Chart||2|
|Oricon Weekly Singles Chart||3||39,595|
|Oricon Monthly Singles Chart||24|
|Oricon Yearly Singles Chart||181||39,595|
|December 26, 2007||December Monthly Chart||5||6,235|
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