Since SMAP have now disbanded, let's take a look at their best four songs!
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10 Jan 2017 - 1:48 PM  UPDATED 10 Jan 2017 - 1:50 PM

After 28 years of performing, countless number one hits, and being one of Japan's leading boy bands, SMAP officially called it a day on December 31, 2016.

Since SMAP are no longer together, we thought we might commemorate their legacy by picking out four of their best tracks - out of the 55 singles and countless other songs they've released!

It wasn't an easy task and we've more than likely missed more than a few awesome songs, but here are the top four songs that have been released by SMAP.

4. Lion Heart

A slower paced song that featured the group their musical best!

3. Aoi Nazuma

One of the early SMAP hits that essentially epitomised the 1990's pop music aesthetic - crazy hair, colourful performances, and endlessly catchy!

2. Yozora no Mukō (Beyond The Night Sky)

SMAP were already a big-name group by the time "Yozora no Mukō" was released, but this song proved to be their biggest hit yet (at the time of release)!

1. Sekai ni Hitotsu Dake no Hana (A Flower Unlike Any Other in the World)

Given that the song is SMAP's biggest hit and was recently named as Japan's most influential song by long-running Japanese music program "Music Station", was there any doubt that "Sekai ni Hitotsu Dake no Hana" wouldn't be No.1?

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