Confira aqui o último top da Oricon com as 50 músicas que mais tiveram destaque.

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50 – ASKA – “Anata ga Nakukoto wa Nai”
49 – Kaori Uesugi – “Nagareboshi”
48 – Salyu – “Corteo ~gyoretsu~/HALFWAY”
47 – Akiko Wada – “Anata Dake no Aozora”
46 – Hiroyuki Nishikata – “Kitaguni No Haru”
45 – UNICORN – “WAO!”
44 – Ryoichi Higuchi – “Tegami ~Shinai Naru Kodomo Tachi E~”
43 – Acid Black Cherry – “Nemuri Hime”
42 – ACIDMAN – “CARVE WITH THE SENSE”
41 – Quruli – “Mikazuki”
40 – MELL – “RIDEBACK”
39 – Hitomi Shimatani – “SMILES”
38 – ManaKana – “Inochi no Uta”
37 – Kimaguren – “Tengoku no Yubin Post”
36 – lecca – “For You”
35 – DOPING PANDA – “beat addiction”
34 – Aya Shimazu – “Enishi Butai”
33 – Nobuaki Kakuda – “Yosshaa Otoko Uta”
32 – MiChi – “ChaNge the WoRLd”
31 – KAT-TUN – “ONE DROP”
30 – Yutaka Oe – “Noroma Taishou”
29 – LAST ALLIANCE – “new dawn(HEKIREKI/MY IDEA/Rashin)”
28 – Shonan No Kaze – “Shinyu Yo”
27 – SCANDAL – “Sakura Goodbye”
26 – The SHIGOTONIN – “Kyouka Suigetsu”
25 – Kotomi Maki – “Haha no Koyomi”
24 – Angela Aki – “Tegami ~Haikei Juugo no Kimi he~”
23 – abingdon boys school – “STRENGTH.”
22 – RIP SLYME – “STAIRS”
21 – Ryujin Kiyoshi – “Morning Sun”
20 – Kiyoshi Hikawa – “Ryokoku Ichidai”
19 – Kalafina – “Lacrimosa”
18 – DREAMS COME TRUE – “GOOD BYE MY SCHOOL DAYS”
17 – Mukuro Rokudo (Toshinobu Iida) / Chrome Dokuro (Satomi Akesaka) – “Kienai Negai/Setsuna no Kioku”
16 – aiko – “milk/Nageki no Kiss”
15 – Kou Shibasaki – “Taisetsu Ni Suruyo”
14 – Kazuki Kato – “Venom”
13 – Kazumasa Oda – “Sayonara wa Iwanai”
12 – Aqua Timez – “STAY GOLD”
11 – flumpool – “Hoshi ni Negai Wo”
10 – Ayumi Hamasaki – “Rule/Sparkle”
9 – Junko Akimoto – “Ai No Mama De”
8 – ROCK’A’TRENCH – “My SunShine”
7 – Ken – “Deeper”
6 – YUKI – “Rendezvous”
5 – Yuna Ito – “trust you”
4 – Tsuyoshi Nagabuchi – “Sotsugyo”
3 – AKB48 – “10nen Sakura”
2 – GLAY – “SAY YOUR DREAM”
1 – Arashi / Kenta Yano Starring Satoshi Ohno – “Believe/Kumori Nochi, Kaisei”