The four-type formula that B.P Records use for their singles still applies here with letters going from A to D.
Type A and B will have the same two song tracklist on CD, however, the former has the music video and making-of with the latter having its multi-angled version. Type C and D both have six tracks in total with the tracklist split between songs and their instrumentals, along with the third and sixth tracks differing depending on the type.
Their costumes this time are coordinated with traditional Japanese clothes as per usual, alongside big sleeves, black fur on the shoulders, with the usage of colors such as blue, black, and gold. The beautiful and elegant flower design is adorned with sequences that flash when hit by the sun. They also pose in front of Japanese traditional red gates called “torii” which can be found at the entrance of or within a Shinto shrine.
Tamaki no Hashi Naki ga Gotoshi (手纏ノ端無キガ如シ)
Twitter (Mahiro Kurosaki) (黒崎眞弥)
Twitter (Takemasa Kujo) (九条武政)
Twitter (Mitsuki Sakai) (酒井参輝)
Twitter (Hiyori Isshiki) (一色日和)
Twitter (Junji Tokai) (遠海准司)
Instagram (Mitsuki Sakai) (酒井参輝)
Blog (Mahiro Kurosaki) (黒崎眞弥)
Blog (Takemasa Kujo) (九条武政)
Blog (Mitsuki Sakai) (酒井参輝)
Blog (Hiyori Isshiki) (一色日和)
Blog (Junji Tokai) (遠海准司)