Starting in March, Arashi embarked on their 60th anniversary concert, \"Arashi LIVE TOUR 2015 ~2014 ame~,\" beginning on March 14 at the Saitama Super Arena. On February 26, the band announced that the concert would be conducted by Arashi's production chief Motohiro Ishikawa. The concerts have been titled \"Integrity of Arashi” and the tickets for the concerts were sold out in less than three minutes.
On May 21, Oruha Co., Ltd. announced that a live DVD featuring the new song \"Kiawarenaide\" and an interview with the Arashi members would be released on that day. This was the first time that an Arashi live DVD was released in four years. Directed by Tetsuya Watanabe, the live DVD features the band performing the song that will be used as the theme song for the drama The Regulators. Arashi famously wrote the theme song for the drama, \"Real Power\" together with UT-Z. They did the same for the comedy drama \"Kiken-satsu!!\" which was broadcast in January 2015. As such, this usual collaboration, which was deemed a success, would be repeated again by writing the theme song for the drama called \"Sakura\", who was broadcast in February 2015. The single of \"Kiawarenaide\" debuted at number 6 on the Oricon weekly chart, selling 54,000 copies in its first week. On February 2, 2016 the single was ranked number 1 on the Oricon Weekly Single Chart for the second straight week. On November 23, 2016, it was announced that \"Kiawarenaide\" had become Arashi's 1st million-copy seller, selling 1,134,005 copies in its two weeks on the market.
Arashi's first single of 2015, titled \"Sakura\", was released on February 25. \"Sakura\" was the theme song for the drama Ouroboros, starring actors Toma Ikuta and Shun Oguri. This marked the first time that Arashi provided a theme song for a drama that did not star one of its members. The single sold 465,000 copies in its first week and topped the Oricon weekly ranking. In addition, the DVD/Blu-ray of Arashi starring movie Pikanchi Life is Hard Tabun Happy was released on the same day. The DVD and Blu-ray sold 72,000 copies and 88,000 copies in its first week respectively and topped both the Oricon DVD and Blu-ray Disk weekly rankings. The first week sales of 88,000 copies is the highest record for any Japanese movie on Blu-ray. 7211a4ac4a