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Billboard Japan's Top HOT Weekly Songs for Oct. 25 - 31, 2020
October 31, 2020 at 11:59 AM PHT (GMT +8)
Music charts-lister Billboard Japan has listed the top weekly songs in Japan for this week covering October 25 to October 31. Lisa's "Homura", the song used as the soundtrack for Koyoharu Gotouge's "Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie - Mugen Train", remained at the top spot for two consecutive weeks followed by her hit-2019 song "Gurenge" which was also used for the Demon Slayer anime series as an opening song.
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Award-winning South Korean all-male pop-group BTS took the 3rd spot with their pop smash song "Dynamite" which fell 1 spot from 2nd last week. Japanese music duo YOASOBI composed of vocaloid music producer Ayase and vocalist Ikura with their song "Yoru ni Kakeru" also fell 1 spot from 3rd last week placing them to the 4th spot. The 5th spot was retained by Japanese girl group NIZIU with their single debut song "Make You Happy".
Here are Billboard Japan's Top 15 HOT songs for this week (Oct. 25 - 31, 2020):
1. Homura - LiSA
2. Gurenge - LiSA
3. Dynamite - BTS
4. Yoru ni Kakeru - YOASOBI
5. Make You Happy - NiziU
6. Kousui - Eito
7. Kanden - Kenshi Yonezu
8. Hanada no Kokoro - Aimyon
9. Neko - dish//
10. Honey Memory - Aiko
11. Pretender - Official HIGE DANdism
12. Hakujitsu - King Gnu
13. Ganbare.Tomoyo! - A.B.C-Z
14. I LOVE... - Official HIGE DANdism
15. Emerald - back number
For the full Top 100 Hot list, visit Billboard Japan's website here: https://www.billboard.com/charts
Billboard Japan is a sister organization of the U.S.-based music magazine Billboard. It is operated by the Japanese Osaka-based company Hanshin Contents Link (a subsidiary of Hanshin Electric Railway), holding an exclusive license from Billboard's parent company to the Billboard brand name in Japan, and manages, among others, the web site www.billboard-japan.com and several "Billboard Live"-branded music clubs located in the country. (via Wiki)