Tsukihana

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"Tsukihana"
Tsukihana.jpg
Single by Nana Kitade
from the album Bondage
Released February 4, 2009
Format CD Single
Genre Rock
Length 20:00
Label Sony Music Japan
Songwriter(s) Nana Kitade
Nana Kitade singles chronology
"Punk&Baby's"
(2008)
"Tsukihana"
(2009)
"Bad Babe's Dreamer"
(2016)
"Punk&Baby's"
(2008)
"Tsukihana"
(2009)
"Bad Babe's Dreamer"
(2016)

"Tsukihana" ("月華, Moonflower) is the 12th single released by Nana Kitade.[1] It is used as the opening theme for the anime Jigoku Shoujo Mitsuganae. The first press of the normal edition comes with a "Correspondence from Hades "Melancholy Postcard". The limited edition comes in a gorgeous box, and contains a pink straw doll cell phone charm. Track two, "Kagami no Kuni no Aria", is featured in the Japanese release of horror film My Bloody Valentine 3D.

Music video[edit]

The music video begins with Kitade walking in a Japanese-styled room. Fully dressed in a kimono, she is seen clutching a deep red flower. As the video progresses, Kitade is shown moving elegantly on the floor, standing up, or holding a red flower in a Japanese-styled tatami room, or in front of a blue screen.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Tsukihana" (月華: Moonflower) 5:03
2. "Kagami no Kuni no Aria" (鏡の国のアリア: Mirrorland's Aria) 4:45
3. "Manon" (マノン: Manon) 3:08
4. "Tsukihana (Jigoku Shoujo Mitsuganae Opening Ver.)" (月華: Moonflower (Jigoku Shoujo Mitsuganae Opening Ver.)) 1:35
5. "Tsukihana (Instrumental Version)" (月華: Moonflower (Instrumental Version)) 5:03
Total length: 20:00

Charts[edit]

Release Title Oricon singles sales chart peak positions and sales Album
Daily Weekly Monthly Yearly Debut Overall
02/04/2009 "Tsukihana" 22 27 -- -- -- Copies -- Copies Bondage

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nana Kitade Discography Official Site

External links[edit]