K-pop boy band Teen Top performed at the legendary Nippon Budokan concert arena in Tokyo, Japan on Saturday as part of several performances to celebrate the group's five-year anniversary as a band.
It was Teen Top's first time performing at the Budokan, best known for being the location of concert album recordings from Cheap Trick, Bob Dylan and Ozzy Osbourne.
At the show Saturday, Teen Top performed a variety of their hits from the last five years as well as their latest single "Ah Ah," from the album "Natural Born Teen Top," released on June 22. The jubilant crowd waved banners with slogans marking the occasion, like "congratulations on five years!"
Fans not at the show also had kind words for the group regarding their anniversary.
“Congratulations on your fifth year!” wrote Teen Top fan Mirra in a comment posted on Monday to the Korean news website allkpop. “Just a few more days before we trend #TEEN5ONTOP.”
Other followers revealed their happiness for the group being together for this long.
“Wow, Teen Top has already been together for five years,” wrote J Chunsa. “So happy for them.”
The group is scheduled to perform at South Korea's Olympic Hall on Aug. 1 and Aug. 2 for their Natural Born Teen Top Live In Seoul concert.