Trivia: Izuna: Legend of the Unemployed Ninja
- No Export for You: There is a compilation package of the two games that was only released in Japan. The compilation package's cover featured some of girls in an onsen setting, which tricked many into beliving it was an H-Game.
- An original soundtracks for the game was also never released elsewhere.
- The series' character artwork was done by doujin mangaka Romantic Fool since 1995, who worked a little-known H-doujinshi titled Kesson Shoujo (Defected Girl) about Bikko, a girl who lost her left leg and her right eye from an accident. This character was inspired by acquaintance of Romantic Fool who lost an arm and some of her fingers in a car accident but didn't let her disabilities get in the way and still held a positive outlook on life.