Toki o Tomete

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"Toki o Tomete"
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Single by Tohoshinki
from the album Best Selection 2010
B-side "Checkmate"
ReleasedMarch 24, 2010 (2010-03-24)
Genre J-pop
Length5:34
Label Rhythm Zone
Songwriter(s)
  • Shinjiroh Inoue
  • Ichiro Fujiya
Producer(s) Daisuke Kahara
Tohoshinki singles chronology
"Break Out!"
(2010)
"Toki o Tomete"
(2010)
"Keep Your Head Down"
(2011)

"Toki o Tomete" (時ヲ止メテ, Stopping Time) is the 30th Japanese single by South Korean boy band Tohoshinki, released on March 24, 2010. [1] The single was released as a re-cut from their greatest hits album Best Selection 2010 , which was released one month earlier. "Toki o Tomete" was the last single to feature former band members Jaejoong, Yoochun, and Junsu.

Contents

The song was Tohoshinki's second song to be used in commercials for Menard Cosmetics. [1] Tohoshinki's "Wasurenaide" was previously used in 2009. [2]

Track listing

CD+DVD version

No.TitleWriter(s)ArrangerLength
1."Toki o Tomete"Shinjiroh Inoue, Ichiro FujiyaDaisuke Kahara5:34
2."Checkmate" (Yunho solo)H.U.B., Yunho, Lee Chan WooYunho, Lee4:28
3."Toki o Tomete" (less vocal)Inoue, FujiyaKahara5:33
4."Checkmate" (less vocal)H.U.B., Yunho, LeeYunho, Lee4:26
Total length:20:02
DVD track list
No.TitleLength
1."Toki o Tomete" (video clip)5:45

CD only version

No.TitleWriter(s)ArrangerLength
1."Toki o Tomete"Inoue, FujiyaKahara5:34
2."Checkmate" (Yunho solo)H.U.B., Yunho, LeeYunho, Lee4:28
3."Toki o Tomete" (Never End remix)Inoue, FujiyaInoue6:04
4."Toki o Tomete" (less vocal)Inoue, FujiyaKahara5:33
5."Checkmate" (less vocal)H.U.B., Yunho, LeeYunho, Lee4:26
Total length:26:05

Chart rankings

Oricon Charts (Japan)

ReleaseChartPeak PositionFirst Week SalesSales TotalChart Run
March 24, 2010Oricon Daily Singles Chart1
Oricon Weekly Singles Chart1195,000228,00019 weeks
Oricon Yearly Singles Chart26 [3] 228,448

Various charts

ChartPeak
position
Billboard Japan Hot 100 [4] 1
Billboard Adult Contemporary Airplay [5] 38
RIAJ Digital Track Chart Top 100 [6] 26

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