Synchro Tokimeki

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CD+DVD Type-A (Limited Edition)
CD+DVD Type-B (Limited Edition)
CD+DVD Type-C (Limited Edition)
CD Only (Regular Edition)

CD Information

Watanabe Mayu (渡辺麻友)
Synchro Tokimeki (シンクロときめき)
Release Date
Label/Catalog Number/Price
Label: Sony Music Entertainment
SRCL-7874 (Limited Edition Type-A, CD+DVD) / ¥1,524
SRCL-7876 (Limited Edition Type-B, CD+DVD) / ¥1,524
SRCL-7878 (Limited Edition Type-C, CD+DVD) / ¥1,524
SRCL-7880(Regular Edition, CD) / SRCL-7880 / ¥1,143

Limited Edition Details

  1. Synchro Tokimeki (シンクロときめき)
  2. Mitsuami no Kimi e (三つ編みの君へ)
  3. Synchro Tokimeki (off-vocal)
  4. Mitsuami no Kimi e (off-vocal)
    • (Type-A) Lavender no Juutan (off-vocal)
    • (Type-B) Mayuyuroid (off-vocal)
    • (Type-C) Saba no Kanzume (off-vocal)
  1. Synchro Tokumeki Music Video
  2. Synchro Tokimeki Making-of
    • (Type-A) Watanabe Mayu: "Training For Married Life"
    • (Type-B) History of Watanabe Mayu
    • (Type-C) 宇佐しじみ38歳。私の日常お見せしまゆゆ

Regular Edition Details

  1. Synchro Tokimeki
  2. Mitsuami no Kimi e
  3. Shinjuku Yuutousei (新宿優等生)
  4. Synchro Tokimeki (off-vocal)
  5. Mitsuami no Kimi e (off-vocal)
  6. Shinjuku Yuutousei (off-vocal)

General Information

Synchro Tokimeki is Watanabe Mayu's 1st solo single. It was released in four versions: three limited CD+DVD editions and a regular CD-only edition. The title track was used as the opening song of the drama Sabadoru starring Watanabe Mayu as herself. The Type C exclusive track, Saba no Kanzume (サバの缶詰), was used as the ending theme for the same drama.

Oricon Chart Positions

Date Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales Releases
2012.02.27 ** *1 *2 *1 *2 *2 *2 **2 123,237
2012.03.05 ** ** ** ** ** ** ** *** *15,782
2012.03.12 ** ** ** ** ** ** ** *** **5,258
2012.03.19 ** ** ** ** ** ** ** *** **3,245
2012.03.26 ** ** ** ** ** ** ** *** **2,062

Total Reported Sales: *158,884 Total of weeks charting inside Top 200: 5


  • A lorry featuring large images of the CD covers and a multi-screen video of the PV was used to promote the single.
  • As of 5 March 2012, Watanabe Mayu has performed Synchro Tokimeki (シンクロときめき) five times on TV. The first being the 120218 broadcast of Music Fair (fully live with a full live band), then the 120226 Girls Factory broadcast (recorded 120204, with live singing and a different live arrangement of the song), and then on the 120226 broadcast of Music Japan and 120305 broadcast of Hey!Hey!Hey! Music Champ (again with live singing), in which Mayu meets a real life alpaca in the studio. The fifth time featured live vocals and was on the 120328 episode of AKBingo!
  • On the release date, Watanabe Mayu had an internet livestream, consisting of interviews, footage from the Sony Records offices, and performances of both Synchro Tokimeki, and Mayuyuroid (which was the winner of fans votes for which b-side they wanted to hear).
  • On the first week of release, Synchro Tokimeki placed second in the Oricon Weekly Charts, selling only 2,938 copies short of the first place single.
  • It took Synchro Tokimeki six weeks to sell over 150,000 copies on the Oricon charts.
  • The coupling song "Mitsuami no Kimi e" was performed live on the 120318 broadcast of Girls Factory, in an alternative arrangement.
  • Mayu performed three mini-lives for Synchro Tokimeki, tickets of which could be won via a card in the CD single.

Watanabe Mayu Singles Chronology

Synchro Tokimeki
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