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霊長園 (れいちょうえん)
Primate Spirit Garden
The Primate Spirit Garden in the Animal Realm in Wily Beast and Weakest Creature

Animal Realm


Keiki Haniyasushin (summoned)
Mayumi Joutouguu (created by the above)

Official Games

Wily Beast and Weakest Creature (Stage 6)

The Primate Spirit Garden (霊長園 Reichouen) is a large park resembling a kofun burial mound, located in the Animal Realm. While it's typically a lush, natural location, part of it was transformed into a high-tech fortress by Keiki Haniyasushin during the events of Wily Beast and Weakest Creature.

General Information

As the one major location in the Animal Realm that's lush with nature, the Garden is typically treated as a recreation spot by the resident animal spirits, as well as a place of captivity for the realm's human spirits. It bears a strong resemblance to the real-world Daisenryou Kofun, with a swamp surrounding the keyhole-shaped central island.

During Wily Beast and Weakest Creature, one of the Garden's main buildings was remodeled into a fortress by Keiki Haniyasushin as part of a hostile takeover to liberate the human spirits. The interior of the fortress is covered in holographic panels with a sci-fi aesthetic, featuring stylized icons of haniwa in certain places. The fortress may have been dismantled after Keiki's defeat.


The Daisenryou Kofun is the largest kofun in Japan, commonly accepted (though not outright confirmed) to be the tomb of Emperor Nintoku. Its approval as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2019 was part of ZUN's inspiration for the in-game location, according to the game's Strange Creators of Outer World interview.

Background Information

Geography and people

The Primate Garden's appearances


Wily Beast and Weakest Creature