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This article lists references to the Touhou Project outside the Touhou universe. For the purpose of this page, something is only classified as a reference if the work in question otherwise has no relation to Touhou (i.e. it is not primarily about Touhou or its characters). References to both canon material and fandom memes (such as yukkuris) are included, whether official (i.e. sponsored by ZUN) or unofficial, and may appear in any medium - videogames, manga, anime, music, etc.

Do not include any media created by Amusement Makers or otherwise directly connected to the Touhou Project, such as the Seihou Project. People cosplaying as Touhou characters in real life (exceptions include televised events) should also not be included, as they are too numerous to list here.

Reference List

References (A-Z) Image

Genre: Website Origin: Japan

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Genre: Online game and mobile app Origin: France

Question asked by the genie

  • One of the possible questions the genie can ask the player is if their character comes from Touhou Project.
Anime de Training EX

Original Language Name: あにトレ!EX Genre: Anime Origin: Japan

Episode 11

  • One of the characters as a Yukkuri appears to tell the viewers to go slowly.
Arifureta: From Commonplace to World's Strongest

Genre: Web Novel Origin: Japan

Volume 3 Afterword


Genre: TV program Origin: Franco-German

A Super Mario Thing

Genre: Super Mario World romhack

Asobi Asobase

Original Language Name: あそびあそばせ Genre: Anime Origin: Japan

Ninth Episode

  • During the ninth episode, starting at around 18:10 and later, a Reisen pin is displayed on a backpack.
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Ayakashi: Ghost Guild

Original Language Name: あやかし陰陽録 Genre: Video game Origin: Sino-Japanese

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BanG Dream! Girls Band Party!

Original Language Name: バンドリ!ガールズバンドパーティ! Genre: Video game Origin: Japan

  • On March 21, 2020, the Japanese server of BanG Dream! has included a rearranged version of Alstroemeria Records' famous arrangement of Bad Apple!! featuring nomico. This arranged song is performed by Roselia.[3]
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Blue Archive

Original Language Name: ブルーアーカイブ Genre: Video game Origin: Japan

This dialogue happens in the New Year Serika relationship/bond story.

  • In the New Year Serika relationship/bond story, Sensei (the player character) mentions that brooms remind them of "Witches" and "Mikos" as well as bringing up "spell cards" in relation to Mikos.
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Bullet Heaven

Genre: Browser game Origin: United Kingdom

Created by Matt Roszak, and this series is a spin-off to the mainline series, Epic Battle Fantasy.

  • The full title is Epic Battle Fantasy 3.3: Bullet Heaven, likely referring to Touhou Hisoutensoku, the 12.3rd Touhou game.
  • This game, and its sequel, have many Danmaku patterns that are practically homages to touhou spell cards, such as Flandre and Utsuho.
  • On Kongregate, under the achievements tab, there are badges for Imperishable Player and Ten Desires.
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War

Genre: Video game Origin: United States

  • The Cruise Missile scorestreak reward has "06-UN OW3N.W4S-H-3R" written on its side and near its warhead, a reference to Flandre Scarlet's theme.
  • Also there is a text that says "NO:PL-4C3 4-IN4BA", it may or may not be a clear threat to the Inaba though.
Charlie Brooker's Gameswipe

Genre: TV programme Origin: United Kingdom

Special one-off show

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Genre: News Origin: United States

Viral News Report

  • They reviewed the shadow art video Bad Apple, but the reporter incorrectly states that a stop-motion video[4]—that was also shown—was how the CG shadow art video was created. They also didn't state that it's Touhou-related.[5][6]
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Craig of the Creek

Genre: Animated Series Origin: United States

Episode 70 "Crisis at Elder Rock"

  • In the episode titled "Crisis at Elder Rock", one of the characters holds up a figurine that bears a striking resemblance to Utsuho Reiuji but with a sandwich armcannon.
D4DJ Groovy Mix

Original Language Name: グルミク Genre: Video game Origin: Japan

  • A rearrangement of Help me, ERINNNNNN!! is included in the songlist and performed by HappyAround.[7] There's also an easter egg that this song becomes a mashup with HappyAround's original song "Give Me Awesome" (ぎぶみーAwesome), called Awesome, ERINNNNNN!!!!, if the player puts both songs in the medley set.
  • There are also some Touhou instrumental arrangements implemented which are arranged by well-known Touhou arrangers such as REDALiCE, USAO, etc.[8]
Daily Life With a Monster Girl

Original Language Name: モンスター娘のいる日常 Genre: Manga Origin: Japan

Chapter 18

Chapter 25

  • After being brought in by the protagonists, a Dullahan named Lala eats food cooked by Miia and is knocked out, her head displays the original Yukkuri face while her soul escapes her mouth proclaiming "Take it easy in the afterlife!".
Dance Dance Revolution

Original Language Name: ダンスダンスレボリューション Genre: Arcade game Origin: Japan

DanceDanceRevolution (2014)

Didn't I Say to Make My Abilities Average in the Next Life?! Everyday Misadventures!

Original Language Name: 私、日常は平均値でって言ったよね! Genre: Manga Origin: Japan

Chapter 2

  • Adele von Ascham talks about the power of maids and lists a few characters from pop culture. One of these include Sakuya's silhouette as an example of a maid who can "stop time".
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Ef-A Tale of Memories

Genre: Anime Origin: Japan

Episode 1

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Epic Battle Fantasy 3

Genre: Browser game Origin: United Kingdom

Created by Matt Roszak, who also made the Bullet Heaven Spin-offs.

  • "Bullet Hell" is a fire-based move that inflicts full damage to one enemy and 1/3 damage to every other enemy. Then, Lance dishes out the one liner that confirms this reference when he mentions dodging without a bomb.
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Genre: Sports Origin: United States

Sports journalism

  • In a segment criticizing the controversial and poorly-received boxing match between Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and Manny Pacquiao, Keith Olbermann used a graphic with a drunk Suika Ibuki trying to operate a TV camera and the phrase "Footage is preparing. Please wait warmly!" [12], to mock the fight's technical difficulties. The image was originally drawn by DeviantArt user Daemoniken titled "Touhou Technical Difficulties", and was based on a similar "technical difficulties" graphic from The Simpsons, which was also shown before the exploding television montages.
Magic Pengel and Graffiti Kingdom

Original Language Name: ガラクタ名作劇場 ラクガキ王国、ラクガキ王国2 魔王城の戦い Genre: Video game Origin: Japan

  • Reimu Hakurei has a cameo appearance in Magic Pengel as a hidden boss, and a playable character in Graffiti Kingdom called "Flying Maiden" (ハクレイのミコ Hakurei no miko, lit. "Hakurei's shrine maiden). Also the debut of Reimu's famous Fantasy Seal was actually made in Magic Pengel. These are semi-official references since ZUN was involved in these games.
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Gakuen Game Neptune: Katsudou Diary

Genre: Manga (spinoff of the Hyperdimension Neptunia video game series) Origin: Japan

Chapter 1

  • While the cast are trying to come up with ideas for a video game, Neptune makes a number of unoriginal suggestions, including a Touhou clone.
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Guardian Tales

Original Language Name: 가디언 테일즈 Genre: Video game Origin: South Korea

World 12-4

  • The player can discover numerous vending machines while exploring the stage. Each vending machine has a different message inside the drinks' respective bottle caps. One such vending machine has the message: "Obtaining the P item makes you stronger" referring to the power items that appear throughout the series.
Higurashi no Naku Koro ni Rei

Original Language Name: ひぐらしのなく頃に礼 Genre: Video game Origin: Japan

  • In the original doujin release of Hirukowashi-hen, Keiichi, acting as a mouthpiece for the author, Ryukishi07, goes on a tangent on video games and the lives system, referencing his experiences with Touhou in the process. He even jokes about writing a sound novel with a love triangle starring a puppeteer and an anemic witch in Touhou. This reference, along with other references, was removed in the commercial release.
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Original Language Name: ヒャッコ Genre: Manga Origin: Japan

Chapter 41 and Chapter 42

  • Throughout these chapters, there are a number of cosplayers who appear in the background. Many of them are dressed as Touhou characters.[13][14]
Hyperdimension Neptunia: Sisters vs Sisters

Original Language Name: 超次元ゲイム ネプテューヌ Genre: Video game Origin: Japan

  • Shanghai Alice is a direct reference to the Touhou Project, with the character herself appearing to be based on Reimu Hakurei.[15]
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Hyper Princess Pitch

Genre: Video game Origin: Sweden

  • At the midway throughout stage 4 the player meets a miniboss named Frilly Hat Elf that floats around and shoots bullets at the player. Although there is no information about the character in the manual or in the credits, the creator of this game Daniel Remar has confirmed it in an email response[16].
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K-1 World MAX 2010 –70 kg World Championship Tournament Final

Genre: K-1 tournament final Origin: Japan

File:K1 World MAX 2010 Yuichiro Touhou Reference.png
Kaguya-sama: Love is War - Ultra Romantic

Original Language Name: かぐや様は告らせたい-ウルトラロマンティック- Genre: Anime Origin: Japan

Episode 12

  • Yukkuri versions of the characters Kaguya and Ai are depicted.
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Last Scenario

Genre: Video game Origin: Netherlands

  • In a random town, there's a maid named Sakuya cleaning up an inn and a witch named Marisa selling spell cards.
League of Legends

Genre: Video game Origin: United States


  • Lux—the Lady of Luminosity—makes multiple references to Marisa Kirisame, detailed on the "fandom" page dedicated to Marisa.


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Little King's Story

Original Language Name: 王様物語 Genre: Video game Origin: Japan

Talk to anyone

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Lord of Vermilion

Original Language Name: LORD of VERMILION Genre: Arcade-based collectible card game Origin: Japan

Maji de Watashi ni Koishinasai!

Original Language Name: 真剣で私に恋しなさい! Genre: Anime Origin: Japan

Third Episode, Ninth Episode

  • During the third episode, starting at 10:37, Yamato Naoe is shown playing a Touhou-like game (complete with bullets, patterns, and spell cards).
  • During the ninth episode, starting at around 6:27, Yamato Naoe is again shown playing a Touhou-like game but on a hand-held game system.
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Muse Dash

Genre: Video Game Origin: China

  • Up until now, this game has included two volumes of collab DLC featuring Touhou Project. The first DLC includes Reimu as a playable character. The second DLC includes Marisa as a playable character, too. They also include several famous Touhou arrangements.
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Music GunGun!

Original Language Name: ミュージックガンガン! Genre: Arcade game Origin: Japan

My Strange Addiction

Genre: Documentary Origin: United States

Season 5, Episode 1: I'm a Living Doll

  • (at 6:14) A fanart[24] of Cirno was shown as an example of "anime" when Emily in the episode talks about her common interests.
Natsu no Arashi!

Original Language Name: 夏のあらし! Genre: Anime Origin: Japan

First Episode

Nendoroid Generation

Original Language Name: ねんどろいど じぇねれ~しょん Genre: PSP game Origin: Japan

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Nerf NOW!!

Genre: Webcomic Origin: Brazil

Issue #2672

  • Reimu Hakurei appears in a comic titled "Highly Responsive to Money".[28] In it, Angie runs across Reimu running a stand asking for donations, but Angie states she doesn't carry money on her. After Angie shows Reimu her credit card, she pulls out a credit card reader, and gives Angie the receipt.
Omae o Otaku ni Shiteyaru kara, Ore o Riajuu ni Shitekure!

Original Language Name: おまえをオタクにしてやるから、俺をリア充にしてくれ! Genre: Manga (adaptation of a light novel) Origin: Japan

Chapter 20

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Pani Poni Dash!

Original Language Name: ぱにぽにだっしゅ Genre: Anime Origin: Japan


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Pocket Mirror ~ GoldenerTraum

Genre: Video game Origin: United States

  • One of the dialogues in the game, when looking at the music stand, the character says "U.N. Owen Was Her?"
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Path of Exile

Genre: Video game Origin: New Zealand

Unique items

  • The item Infernal Mantle, which enhances fire damage and allows some of it to pierce defences. It is designed to resemble Utsuho Reiuji's shirt and eye, while its name is a reference to her stage theme "Hellfire Mantle". Its description reads "Despair hums, softly, deadly, in the bones of my enemies. Eyes will burn, and souls will wither, as they bask in my radiance."[29]
  • The item Mokou's Embrace, which provides bonuses when under the ignited status condition. It references Fujiwara no Mokou by name. In addition its description reads "Fire makes the perfect blossom in the endless night," referencing the titles of both Perfect Cherry Blossom and Imperishable Night.[30]
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Pop'n Music Lapistoria

Original Language Name: pop'n music ラピストリア Genre: Video game Origin: Japan

  • As part of the BEMANI×TOHO project REITAISAI 2015 event, Reimu Hakurei and Marisa Kirisame appear in the game as playable characters.[31] Unlocking Reimu requires playing Russian Caravan Rhapsody once and unlocking Marisa requires playing Struggle once.[32] Alice and Remilia also cameo in Reimu's animations, while Cirno, Flandre, and Patchouli cameo in Marisa's animations.
Ragnarok Online

Genre: Video game Origin: South Korea


Realm of the Mad God

Genre: Video game Origin: United States

Character Skin

  • One of the Wizard’s alt skins is titled “Ordinary Magician”, and resembles Marisa Kirisame's modern era appearance.
  • Its description states that she’s “A normal human with no innate abilities. However, she is very capable of reciting the most powerful spells known in the realm.”, which could be a reference to her trait of reusing other characters’ spell cards. [36]
Scott Pilgrim

Genre: Comic Origin: Canada

Vol 6: Scott Pilgrim's Finest Hour

  • On the Arcade Machine, the Kanji for Touhou (東方) can be seen. (The adjacent arcade machine sports the title of Fist of the North Star, or 北斗の拳.)
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Secrets of Grindea

Genre: Video game

  • A boss named Phaseman has a phrase "UnlockWeapons(); Combat.SetProtocol(MARISA);" which he says after encountering a player. The fight itself shares a danmaku-like patterns, bullets and star-like boss movement. This is a reference to a popular Touhou character Marisa Kirisame.
Shinozaki-san Ki wo Ota Shika ni!

Original Language Name: 篠崎さん気をオタしかに! Genre: Manga Origin: Japan

Chapter 15

  • While visiting "Comichest" Akina encounters a number of "Hong Kong Project" cosplayers, including thinly-veiled versions of Remilia Scarlet and Sakuya Izayoi.
  • In the same chapter, there seems to be two people cosplaying as Fujiwara no Mokou and Reimu Hakurei

Chapter 33

Chapter 34

  • While the protagonists are on an "otaku pilgrimage" to Washinomiya Shrine, Hibari and Ayu are mentioned to be instead visiting the Suwa Grand Shrine, "the holy land of Hong Kong Project". Kaede also expresses surprise that real-life miko don't expose their armpits.

Chapter 35

  • One of the abilities Amy ascribes to Japanese maids is stopping time; Sakuya Izayoi is among the fictional maids shown in the background during her speech.
Shinozaki-san chapter 15.jpg

Original Language Name: N/A Genre: Video game Origin: N/A

A game made by Akuma Kira designed to be a homage to Sinistar. Kira has made references to Touhou in the past, and even outright putting Flandre in one of his games.

  • In one of the levels, the star system is called "Cirno" and is a frozen area, seemingly a reference to the Touhou character of the same name.

Genre: Video game Origin: United States

  • A few characters' alternate color palettes resemble Touhou Project characters. A few examples are Peacock's Cirno skin[37] and Squigly's Yoshika Miyako skin.[38]
  • One of Peacock's attacks (Shadow of Impending Doom) may cause a yukkuri of the detachable-headed Ms. Nadia Fortune to drop from the sky.[39]
Sound Voltex

Genre: Arcade game Origin: Japan

Space Station 13

Genre: Video game Origin: Open Source


  • Some versions of the game have a witch costume identical to Marisa Kirisame's, hat and broom included.
  • The "Wizard" role on some versions of the game has an ability that makes them launch spellcards.
  • Some versions of the game have a shrine maiden costume identical to Reimu Hakurei's, hair ribbon and gohei included.
  • Some versions of the game have the name "Clownpiece" in the random name pool for the clown role.
Taiko no Tatsujin: Dokodon! Mystery Adventure

Original Language Name: 太鼓の達人 どこドン! ミステリーアドベンチャー Genre: Rhythm game Origin: Japan

  • Since at least 2020, Touhou Project arrangements are included in the arcade games under the Variety category. Face, body types, and nameplates are also available as unlocks for Don-chan.[42]

Taiko no Tatsujin: Rhythmic Adventure 2

  • A few Touhou characters cameo as dancers in this Nintendo 3DS game. The dancers featured (in order) are Reimu, Marisa, Alice, Sakuya, and Remilia. Sanae, Satori, Koishi, Youmu, Yuyuko, and Yukari also appear to cheer them on. A selection of Touhou arrangements from various circles are also featured.[43]
That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime

Original Language Name: 転生したらスライムだった件 Genre: Anime Origin: Japan

  • Alice Rondo, a miscellaneous character, appears to be named after Alice Margatroid, who also seems to use dolls to fight.
This is the Only Level 3

Genre: Browser game Origin: United States

  • Stage 15 is called "The Touhou Project." Bullets then start appearing much like in the games. The player can switch elephant colors by clicking on them. Blue elephant dies when touching black, red elephant dies when touching white.
Tiny Combat Arena

Genre: Flight simulator Origin: United States

  • The names of in-game places includes Murasa Garrison, Shou Airbase, Kogasa Arms Fort, Ichirin Forward Base, and Nazrin Army Airfield.
  • In the Itch.io legacy version, an enemy group of five MiG-21s has the name SCARLET DEVIL, with each aircraft named REMILIA, FLANDRE, PATCHOULI, SAKUYA and MEILING.
  • Also in the Itch.io version, there's a hostile black striped F-20 with the name MARISA at the edge of the map, and a friendly red striped F-20 named REIMU guarding the home airbase.
  • A mountain named Mt. Faith.
  • A dev map has the name Gensokyo.

The lead developer has confirmed the references in a tweet.[44]

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Original Language Name: うみねこのなく頃に Genre: Video game / Anime / Manga Origin: Japan

Episode 2 of the visual novel / Episode 6 of the anime at 17:21 / Chapter 7 pages 16-23 of Umineko Episode 2 manga

  • Jessica, one of the protagonists, cosplays as Marisa Kirisame and sings Tsurupettan (a Touhou song that itself makes reference to the author's previous work, Higurashi no Naku Koro ni). Jessica herself, a young blonde girl using DAZE way of speaking, is inspired by Marisa.
    • The anime changes the song, but adds in background characters dressed as Reimu Hakurei on electric piano, Alice Margatroid on Drums, Sakuya Izayoi on Bass and Aya Shameimaru on Guitar.
    • This scene is made into a stage with Tsurupettan as a BGM and an attack in the fighting game spin-off Ougon Musou Kyoku, where it allows Jessica to fire Marisa's signature Master Spark.
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Umineko Chiru

Original Language Name: うみねこのなく頃に散 Genre: Video game Origin: Japan

Episode 7 of the visual novel

  • Gaap, one the great demons, has the ability the create portals connecting two places which allow to transport humans and items. She was named by Lady Maria exactly for her ability to create "gaps" (すきま sukima).
  • Once upon a time Gaap discuses with young Beatrice the mystery novel And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie. She wonders how culprit, the U.N.Owen, can commit murders without being noticed and if he/she is a witch. There Gaap makes a reference to Flandre Scarlet.
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Genre: Video game Origin: United States

Various attacks. Pictured and mentioned is Final Boss of True Pacifist Route.

  • The game is notable for being inspired by Touhou Project, but certain attacks and patterns used in Undertale final boss fights draw heavy inspiration from Touhou. Asriel Dreemurr's Chaos Buster, Shocker Breaker, Star Blazing and all three's upgraded forms (Chaos Blaster, Shocker Breaker II, Galacta Blazing) resemble Master Spark, Earthlight Ray/Shoot the Moon and Milky Way/Asteroid Belt respectively. Oddly enough, all three of these spell cards belong to Marisa Kirisame. Another example of similar bullet patterns is Asriel's Hyper Goner resembling Subterranean Sun, used by Utsuho Reiuji. Additionally, occasional melodies resembling Touhou boss themes are heard in the fight against the Neutral route's final boss.

Species of Enemy

  • One enemy in the game, Tsunderplane, wears a mob cap that largely resembles Yukari Yakumo's hat (though it's magenta instead of white). One of its attacks requires the player to "graze" the bullet, in reference to the mechanic.
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Genre: Website and YouTube channel Origin: Canada

  • (at 4:02) WatchMojo.com ranked Flandre Scarlet as #5 for their Top 10 Freakiest Video Game Children.[45]
World of Warcraft

Genre: Video game Origin: United States


  • A quest called "A Tiny Clever Commander" involves killing "Commander Nazrim", which is a reference to Nazrin and her music theme "A Tiny, Tiny, Clever Commander.".[46]


  • Curtainfire family is a reference to various Touhou characters:
    • Marcy Curtainfire: Marisa Kirisame
    • Remma Curtainfire: Reimu Hakurei
    • Rinno Curtainfire: Rinnosuke Morichika
    • Sana Curtainfire: Sanae Kochiya[47]
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Genre: Video codec

Video codec tune option

  • There's hidden "tune" value in x264 video codec (free implementation of H.264) that changes codec's settings in the way that gives better quality if used for encoding replays from the Touhou Project games (or danmaku in general)[48].
Yandere Simulator

Genre: Video game Origin: United States

Found in the warning screen/ Found in the game

  • In one of the game's debug builds, Cirno is referenced in the warning screen as "murderous ice fairies."
  • In the game's easter egg section, it is possible to access "cirno mode" which allows the player to shoot ice bullets and hover instead of walk normaly.

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See Also


  1. https://bakapervert.wordpress.com/arifureta-afterword-of-afterword/
  2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gznh92pFtuc
  3. https://bandori.party/song/250/Bad-Apple-feat-nomico/
  4. >"コマ撮り実験アニメ「6566/6566」【Bad Apple!! PV【影絵】アレンジ】". shige-ruuu. 28 October 2010.
  5. CNN. "CNN on Bad Apple!!". CNN.
  6. Alstroemeria Records (27 October 2009). "東方】Bad Apple!! PV【影絵】". あにら.
  7. https://d4dj.bushimo.jp/music/cover-song/
  8. https://d4dj.bushimo.jp/music/bgm/
  9. https://p.eagate.573.jp/game/bemani/reitaisai2015/p/music.html
  10. https://remywiki.com/BEMANI_x_TOHO_project_REITAISAI_2015
  11. https://p.eagate.573.jp/game/ddr/ddra3/p/music/index.html?offset=0&filter=6&filtertype=8
  12. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=voy5oQfLK7s
  13. http://www.mangafox.com/manga/hyakko/v07/c041/1.html
  14. http://mangafox.me/manga/hyakko/v07/c042/1.html
  15. https://ifi.games/neptunia-sisters/chara/alice.php
  16. Talk:References to Touhou
  17. 長島☆自演乙☆雄一郎
  18. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYS-MCYbIlY
  19. https://web.archive.org/web/20121102213952/http://www.lordofv.com/collaboration/touhou.html
  20. http://www.lordofv.com/lov3/collaboration/touhou.html
  21. ミュージックガンガン!#ミュージックガンガン!_曲がいっぱい☆超増加版!
  22. https://vgmdb.net/album/26074
  23. https://www.taito.co.jp/arc/noko/music_gungun_2/list
  24. https://safebooru.donmai.us/posts/974040
  25. https://myanimelist.net/anime/5597/Natsu_no_Arashi/episode/1
  26. http://nengene.channel.or.jp/
  27. https://www.famitsu.com/news/201109/images/00049230/Jz9p5fIB7832m83Gm6w6uI7hm8H4E9b9.html
  28. https://www.nerfnow.com/comic/2672
  29. https://www.poewiki.net/wiki/Infernal_Mantle
  30. https://www.poewiki.net/wiki/Mokou%27s_Embrace
  31. https://www.remywiki.com/Pop'n_music_characters_by_game_debut#pop'n_music_ラピストリア
  32. https://www.remywiki.com/AC_pnm_Lapistoria#BEMANI.C3.97TOHO_project_REITAISAI_2015
  33. http://renewal.playragnarok.com/news/eventdetail.aspx?id=274&p=13
  34. https://wiki.ragnarevival.com/index.php?title=Touhou_Lucky_Box
  35. http://db.irowiki.org/db/item-info/5903/
  36. https://www.realmeye.com/wiki/character-skins/
  37. https://wiki.gbl.gg/w/Skullgirls/Peacock#Colors
  38. https://wiki.gbl.gg/w/Skullgirls/Squigly#Colors
  39. https://wiki.gbl.gg/images/e/e0/SG_pea_qcbp_hb.png
  40. https://remywiki.com/AC_SDVX
  41. https://p.eagate.573.jp/game/sdvx/vi/hitchart/index.html?category_id=3
  42. https://taiko.namco-ch.net/taiko/special/touhou2020/
  43. https://youtu.be/ACYYy_Onhqk
  44. https://twitter.com/Why485/status/1293887963596824576
  45. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E9HLbJUnJRI
  46. http://www.wowhead.com/quest=26843
  47. http://www.wowhead.com/npc=49402/sana-curtainfire#comments
  48. https://code.videolan.org/videolan/x264/-/blob/baee400fa9ced6f5481a728138fed6e867b0ff7f/common/base.c#L684