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Night Trip to Rendaino ~ Ghostly Field Club

Night Trip to Rendaino ~ Ghostly Field Club album cover


2003-12-30 (Comiket 65)





Catalog No.




Touhou Doujin Music Distribution

Digital distribution

Apple Music (JP)

Apple Music (US)



Official CDs chronology
Dolls in Pseudo Paradise 蓮台野夜行 ~ Ghostly Field Club
Changeability of Strange Dream

Night Trip to Rendaino ~ Ghostly Field Club (蓮台野夜行 ~ Ghostly Field Club Rendaino Yakou ~ Ghostly Field Club) is an official doujin album by Team Shanghai Alice released on 2003-12-30 (Comiket 65). It is part of "ZUN's Music Collection" collection, as the second volume (vol.2).


Fantastic and hard music performed by Shanghai Alice Illusionary Band, Part 2

  • 01. 夜のデンデラ野を逝く (04:50)
    • Passing on Through the Dendera Fields in the Night[1]
  • 02. 少女秘封倶楽部 (04:49)
    • Girls' Secret Sealing Club
  • 04. 古の冥界寺 (04:09)
    • Ancient Temple of the Netherworld
  • 06. 魔術師メリー (03:13)
    • Merry the Magician
  • 07. 月の妖鳥、化猫の幻 (05:36)
    • Youkai Bird of the Moon, Illusion of the Bakeneko
  • 09. 魔法少女十字軍 (04:42) [4]
    • Magical Girl's Crusade
    • original title: 魔法少女十字軍
    • source: 秋霜玉
  • 11. 幻想の永遠祭 (05:27)
    • Eternal Festival of Illusions



One autumn night, two young female mediums are looking for an imaginary world.
An occult club from an age that knows not of Gensokyo.


  1. The Japanese word iku (or yuku) means "to go," but has a double meaning of "to pass away"/"pass on" when written as 逝く. "Dendera Fields" (デンデラ野 Denderano) is an actual location in Tono, Iwate Prefecture, said to have historically been a place where the elderly were abandoned. According to Kunio Yanagita's Tono Monogatari, the phrase Denderano arose as a Tohoku dialect variant of the name Rendaino (蓮台野). Another major graveyard called Rendaino exists in Kyoto; either or both could be the place referred to by the CD.
  2. It should be noted that this CD is this track's first appearance, not Imperishable Night. Imperishable Night was released on a later date, showing this track on its first trial release on 18th of April, 2004. ZUN's old website confirms that the song was created for the game.
  3. This track is described as "Unused" on ZUN's old website
  4. This is a remixed version of 魔法少女十字軍 ~ Little Little Crusader, which was originally available for free on ZUN's old music page. On that page, it shows that the track was created on "20002/10/14", this is a typo and it should be "2002/10/14".
  5. Translated synopsis from ZUN's music cd page.