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Single by Nana Kitade
from the album Bondage
Released February 4, 2009
Format CD Single
Genre Rock
Length 20:00
Label Sony Music Japan
Writer(s) Nana Kitade
Nana Kitade singles chronology
"Ghost Bitch"

"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 releases of horror films, My Bloody Valentine 3D, Piranha 3D, and Carrie.

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:


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


  1. ^ Nana Kitade Discography Official Site

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