Oshare Banchou ft Soy Sauce (2008)
Limited Edition w/ DVD cover
- This single comes with a Limited Edition w/ DVD version, or the regular CD Only version. In this case, the versions have different covers (as seen above).
- The single cover uses model Tatsuya Iishi of the Kome Kome Club as the man riding the robot panda. The face of the model was generated by merging the faces of all five band members.
- "Oshare Banchou feat Soy Sauce" was used in a CM for Pocky; it was the last CM where the then-Pocky Princess Yui Aragaki would appear; she would later be replaced by Shiori Kutsuna (who appeared in the PV for "Oshare Banchou feat Soy Sauce").
- In this single's credits, Yamato lists himself as "Chip in Banchou"; Naoto lists himself as "Programming, other instruments, g, b, dr."
- At Music Station Live, Naoto played the synthesizer for this track; but at HEY!HEY!HEY!, Naoto ironed shorts (pun from the lyrics). At CDTV, Naoto dressed as a doctor.
- The PV for "Oshare Banchou feat Soy Sauce" has two different versions: a "Members Hen Mix", and a "Chinese Cooking Guide" version. The former features different clips taken of band members and a number of oddities (hence, hen), while the latter features Imoarai-zaka chief (Koura Kazumasa), Kido Ren, Shiori Kutsuna, and Katsumata Kunikazu (who is featured in the song's lyrics "Katsumata's shorts" because he sings a part in the song and was a background dancer at the Music Station Special Super Live 2008 performance). The "Chinese Cooking Guide" is on the DVD version of the Ura Shopping compilation album.
- "Oshare Banchou feat. Soy Sauce" was covered by Stereo Pony in 2011. In Japan's Woman's National Soccer Team, the song became associated with Naomi Kawasumi, though the lyrics were changed a bit.
- The voice towards the beginning that sings "八宝菜ならヤメトケヨ" and "八宝菜ならあげちゃうよ" is Naoto. It is assumed that Naoto's group Soy Sauce is featured in this song since the title hints so.
- "reason" was played at the fan club tour "FC AID JAM 008" before being released on this single.
- "Beat it ~from PANIC FANCY~ DEXPISTOLS Remix" was a remix as close as possible to the original song.