Top Ten Buono Songs

I love Buono. I like all their songs, and as far as J-Pop goes, they were so unique. That is why I am going to list ten songs, my top six, TheBetterCup’s two, their very first song, and their very last. I find them better than most J-pop because it has less of the annoying pop music with nonsensical lyrics and more rockish. They did not need to constantly change their image and always had a live band. I recommend checking out all their songs, but since that is a little to much to ask, here is just a few.

If you do not know them, Buono is a Hello! Project unit consisting of three members (Momoko Tsugunaga, Miyabi Natsuyaki, and Airi Suzuki) all of whom come from other groups. The group was formed to create songs for a popular anime called Shugo! Chara. Yet, they received so much success that they continued to exist after the end of the anime.

In 2012, they released their latest album, and has released nothing since then. No one is sure if they are officially disbanded or not, but they have been removed from the Hello! Project website. It is a little disappointing, but each of the girls seem busy and devoted to each of the primary groups (Berryz Koubou and C-ute).

They personally mean a lot to me. They were my age, they were my childhood, and i emulated them. I really liked them, and really hope that they are not done. I do not plan on giving an explanation for all the videos, but maybe some information. The songs are in no particular order


Blog Barista’s Favorites:

Kiss! Kiss! Kiss!

Kiss! Kiss! Kiss! was made in 2008 as the third ending theme of Shugo! Chara.

Natsu Dakara

This was their 12th single released in 2012. The title means ‘Because it is Summer’.

Hoshi no Hitsuji Tachi

This is not a single, but it is so cute. The title means ‘The Sheep in the Stars’. Sheep were (and still are) my favorite animals, so I have always loved the song. It was released in 2008.


The title means ‘Underneath’, and the song was released in 2010.

We are Buono

This was released in the same album as Urahara and Kataomoi. The song is supposed to be like there theme song.


The title means ‘Unrequited Love’.

Mirai Drive

This was released on their latest album in 2012. The title means ‘Future Drive’.

TheBetterCup’s Favorites:

Rottara Rottara

The title means ‘Lot of Love, Lot of Love’. The video is super cute, and 60’s style. The song was the fourth ending of Shugo Chara!!! Doki and was released in 2008.

My Boy

The third ending theme of Shugo Chara!!! Doki, the song was released in 2009. This was there 7th single.

Kokoro no Tamago (FIRST SONG)

Made in 2007, this was the first song and opening of Shugo! Chara. The title means Egg of the Heart, and the entire song has to do with the premise of Shugo!c Chara.

Never Gonna Stop (Ironically their LAST SONG)

This was the last video released for their songs. It was released in 2012, and was used as the ending to a television series.

-Blog Barista



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