Tokyo Bambi

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"Tokyo Bambi"
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Single by The Pillows
ReleasedJanuary 30, 2008
Genre Alternative rock
Label Avex Trax
The Pillows singles chronology
"Ladybird Girl"
"Tokyo Bambi"
"New Animal"
Alternative cover
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Limited edition

"Tokyo Bambi" is a single released by The Pillows on January 30, 2008. Its limited edition comes with DVD containing the music videos for the title track and the B-side "Go! Go! Jupiter". The title "Tokyo Bambi" and the cover art contain a reference to the eponymous deer from the book Bambi, A Life in the Woods and the film Bambi .


Track listing

  1. "Tokyo Bambi"
  2. "Go! Go! Jupiter"
  3. "Across the Metropolis"


Chart performance

ChartPeak position
Oricon Daily4
Oricon Weekly9
2008 Oricon Top 100 Singles?

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