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Touhou LostWord
Touhou LostWord


  • JP: April 30, 2020
  • CN: Sept 30, 2021
  • TW: Oct 26, 2020
  • EN: May 11, 2021

Mobile Role-Playing Gacha Game


Android, iOS

Official Site


Touhou LostWord is a mobile role-playing game developed by NextNinja and released by Good Smile Company.[1] The game features characters from the Touhou cast, available to be collected through usual gacha mechanics.


Touhou LostWord plays similarly to contemporary mobile games like Granblue Fantasy. Battles follow a traditional turn-based RPG system, where the player selects attacks and spells every turn for each member of their deployed party. In between battles, the player can view visual novel segments that reveal the plot of the game.


An outsider girl wakes up in the Forest of Magic with no memories of who she is or how she got here. The only thing she has is a strange diary that somehow automatically records all of the things she has seen or experienced. After some confusion, the girl meets Reimu, who takes responsibility for her safety for the time being. A conversation with Yukari reveals that the outsider girl had emerged from a strange blue crystal in the shape of a perfect cube, which they call a "sealed crystal." The crystals seem to have unknown forces sealed inside, and if handled carelessly, the seal can come undone with explosive force. What's more, many of these crystals have been found all around Gensokyo. Reimu and Marisa set off to track down as many sealed crystals as they can, both to prevent accidental injuries, and to figure out a way to get their new outsider friend back home.


  1. Good Smile Company. "東方LostWord公式サイト(東方ロストワード)|東ロワ|東方Project二次創作" (in 日本語). Retrieved 5 May 2020.

External Link

Touhou LostWord at GamePress wiki