Japanese pop duo YANAKIKU has released a behind-the-scenes video documentary of their February 13th visit to Osaka, their first concert in the city in over 10 months. The girls board the shinkansen for their journey to the February 13th “Wonder World” concert event at the popular FANJ Twice live house, sampling local foods and giving fans a behind-the-scenes look at their pre-show preparation. The video also features live performances including YANAKIKU’s latest song “KIRA KIRA TOKIO”.

SET LIST
FANJ Twice (Osaka) 2016.2.13

  1. NINJAノIROHA
  2. MC
  3. KIRA KIRA TOKIO
  4. Yanakiku Chudoku Kindansyoujou
  5. FUNK★JAPAN
  6. Fujiyama△Disco

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YANAKIKU also announced their first hosting event “YANAKIKU Chindouchuu Hizakurige Sono Ichi” at Tokyo’s Daikanyama LOOP on March 30, guest-starring Cyntia and LUI FRONTiC Akabane JAPAN.

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YANAKIKU PROFILE

Japanese pop female vocal duo YANAKIKU formed in 2012 and released their first single “Miwaku No LADY” in October 2012. In 2013, they launched their second single “UP↑SIDE↓DOWN” and performed for international audiences at Hyper Japan 2013 (London) and TIFFCOM 2013 (Japan).

In January 2014, YANAKIKU performed at Tokyo Dome’s Furusato Matsuri and followed up with a special “New Year Event with Japanese Artists 2014″ live show in Korea. In April 2014, they released their new music video “FUJIYAMA DISCO,” achieving over 20,000 views in the first week, followed by a digital release of English and Japanese versions of the song in 109 countries. In July 2014 they returned to the UK for an encore performance at Hyper Japan 2014 and made their American debut at San Francisco’s J-Pop Summit.

YANAKIKU released their first full album YANAKIKU NO ENBAN in March 2015. With their unique costumes named “Kimo-Cos” (“Kimono Cosplay”) and their live Japanese calligraphy, YANAKIKU’s high-energy performances and bright, funny personalities are winning over music fans worldwide.