KAT-TUN's comeback single "Ask Yourself" has sold 138,000 copies in itself first week of sales, making it the best selling single in Japan this week, according to Oricon.
This is KAT-TUN's 27th consecutive #1 single. All of the group's single since its debut single "Real Face" have topped Oricon's weekly singles chart.
"I am very happy that we were able to reach first place with our first single since resuming activities. This is all thanks to the fans who support us. We will continue to do out best to deliver songs that will make everyone happy in the future," group member Tatsuya Ueda said.
KAT-TUN went on hiatus in May of 2016, characterizing it as a recharging period. The group resumed its activities at the beginning of 2018.