Nippon Columbia Co.,Ltd. / Nipponophone


A piano vocal unit consisting of the older sister Mona and the younger sister Hina. With a classical base, they create experimental music with a unique presence and made their major debut in January 2019 with their 1st EP "Primo" from Nippon Columbia BETTER DAYS label.
The same month, they kicked off their first solo tour, "Kitri no Ongakukai #1." In July of that year, they released their second EP "Secondo" and embarked on a nationwide tour, "Kitri no Ongakukai #2."
Their first album, "Kitrist," was released in January 2020, and while the accompanying tour was postponed, they kept fans engaged by releasing a series of singles including "Lily," "Ningen Program," and "Akai Tsuki." They also produced an album of cover songs titled "Re:cover," which delighted audiences at their live performances. Since July, they have been regular DJs for "Kitri no Kitri Goto Radio" on FM Osaka, energetically sharing their music with the world.
After two postponements, "Kitrist's Concert #3 'Kitri to Youmou'" was held in full swing from January to February 2021. In February, they explored new forms of expression with the preceding single, "Michi Kaidan," and released their second album, "Kitrist II," in April. That same month, they began hosting a regular program called "Kitristime" on α-STATION.
In June and July, Kitri performed live with a band for the first time at Billboard Live Yokohama and Osaka. They released "Hikarei Inochi," the ending theme song for the TV anime "Komi-san wa Komyushou desu," in November, which garnered attention from both domestic and international audiences.
In 2022, they released the distribution EP "Bitter," which showcases their darker side, and "Toumei na," the theme song for the movie "Nagi no Shima" starring Chise Niitsu. They are also active in many other fields, including providing songs for other artists.