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Touhou is notable for the large number of doujin circles that rearrange Touhou themes, may or may not add lyrics, and (usually) put them on albums. The "genre" seems to have started at Comiket 64 (in 2003), when PopKorn & Hara-Kara released Stardust Reverie. The fan music scene has grown massively since then, and there are now hundreds of groups dedicated to arranging music from the Touhou series.

The most commonly arranged themes are the ones from the mainline PC games (starting with Embodiment of Scarlet Devil), but you'll also see themes from the spin-offs, ZUN's Music Collection, PC-98 games, and rarely other franchises like Seihou. In addition, some of the circles create original compositions.

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Touhou fan music is typically released at events like Comiket (a general doujin event) and Reitaisai (a dedicated Touhou event), and can later be purchased at shops like Toranoana and Melonbooks. As these shops don't ship overseas, it's not easy to get the albums if you live outside Japan — you have to use e.g. a forwarding service. The situation is getting better for overseas fans: Starting in October 2018, quite a bit of Touhou music has become available on iTunes, Google Play Music and (later) BOOTH.pm thanks to a label that deals with digital distribution of Touhou music. However, a lot of circles are still missing. Additionally, the second-hand shop Suruga-ya has started shipping to some Western countries.

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    AbsoЯute Zero 

AbsoЯute Zero

Notable Members: Rute (vocals, also active under A-One)

Rute's own circle, active since 2015. Unlike A-One, its music is mostly rock.

  • Instrumentals: The albums tend to feature karaoke versions of the songs on them. Additionally, a few of the circle's tracks are instrumental in the first place.
  • Punny Name: The circle's name is a pun on Rute's name and the phrase "absolute zero".
  • Remix Album: Most of the circle's albums are mostly Touhou arrangements.
  • Vocal Tag Team: They have multiple vocalists, who tend to get at least one song each on each album.
  • Xtreme Kool Letterz: The circle's name contains an inverted R, presumably for no reason other than "it's cool".

    AdamKadmon 

AdamKadmon

Notable Members: Tamari (vocals and chorus), Kamiyashiro (arrangement and guitarist), Wani (arrangement and bassist, also active in Sally)

A rock circle that was active between 2010 and 2018.

  • Greatest Hits Album: sand is a best-of album featuring old AdamKadmon songs arranged by Wani.
  • Idiosyncratic Episode Naming: Their album titles consist of one English word, usually written in katakana.
  • Instrumentals: Every album from willow to moon and every album they released in 2017 contains instrumental versions of two or three of the featured songs.
  • Rearrange the Song: Their Touhou arrangements, of course.
  • Remix Album: Except for the original album ROSA, all of their albums consist mostly or entirely of Touhou arrangements.

    Akatsuki Records 

Akatsuki Records

Notable Members: Stack (vocals, arrangements and lyrics), Neko Manjuu (arrangement), Stack Bros. (arrangement)
Former Members: ACTRock (now active under his own circle Inorai)

A rock circle founded in 2012. Notable for vocalist Stack's distinctive voice.

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    ALiCE'S EMOTiON 

ALiCE'S EMOTiON

Notable Members: REDALiCE (formerly known as Akai Hito; arranger & lyricist), Ayumi Nomiya (vocalist), t+pazolite (arrangement, also active in C.H.S)

An Electronic Music doujin circle dating as far back as 2005, specializing in Trance and Hardcore Techno. They also made a few appearances at Anime Central.

    Amateras Records 

Amateras Records

Notable Members: Tracy (arranger & representative), Sae Tsukiyama (vocalist)

Notable Associates: EastNewSound, Alstroemeria Records

A doujin circle founded in 2010.
  • Greatest Hits Album: The three Amateras Records Best albums.
  • Idiosyncratic Episode Naming: Similar to EastNewSound below, most of their album titles consist of two English words, e.g. Brilliant Story.
  • Instrumentals:
    • While mostly vocal, their Touhou albums tend to open with an instrumental track.
    • They have a habit of releasing an album (e.g. Brilliant Story) at an event, and then release its instrumental version (e.g. Brilliant Story the instrumental) at the next event.
  • Rearrange the Song: They make Touhou (and a few Kantai Collection) arrangements.
  • Remix Album:
    • Most of their albums consist entirely of Touhou arrangements. They've also released two Kantai Collection remix albums.
    • They have released five albums that consist of remixes of their old songs. The first one is titled Re:Imagination - Amateras Records Remixes Vol.1-.

    A-One (formerly A1) 

A-One

Notable Members: Rute (vocals, also active under his own circle AbsoЯute Zero), あき (vocals, also active under her own circle Honey Pocket), ELEMENTAS (arranger and lyricist), Yassie (arranger and lyricist, also active in Honey Pocket)

A major eurobeat circle. Their albums tend to focus on themes from one specific game.

    Arte Refact 

Arte Refact

Notable Members: fanfan. (from kimino-museum), Tsukasa Yatoki (from Sound Online), PHEVOTT (from kimino-museum), TAK-sk (from Poplica*), Kyohei Yamamoto, Yuki Honda, Tsukasa Kikuchi
Former Members: Gojou Kai (from SYNC.ART'S), Dobu Usagi (from dBu Music), K2 (from C-CLAYS)

A supergroup made up of members from various other circles.

  • Concept Album: Gensou Yuugikan - Fantastic Casino - was created around the concept of Marisa gambling at an arcade in Gensokyo.
  • Lucky Charms Title: The song "いたずら☆ぬえのUFOキャッチャー マスパ仕立て"
  • Rearrange the Song: Their Touhou arrangements.
  • Remix Album: They have three albums that consist entirely of Touhou arrangements.

    COOL&CREATE 

COOL&CREATE

Notable Members: BeatMARIO, Amane

A doujin circle that has been around since 2001, and released its first Touhou album in 2003. Responsible for the memetic "Help me, ERINNNNNN!!".

  • *Bleep*-dammit!: The title of Heisei Saigo no Bokura no Ochinponote  is written as "Heisei Saigo no Bokura no O*npo". It's pretty obvious what they meant, and the word is uncensored in the actual songs.
  • Concept Album: Heisei Saigo no Bokura no Ochinpo, an album of penis-themed parodies of various songs.
  • Cover Album: All Night of Nights features 13 "Night of Nights" covers by other circles. Ditto for Help me, ERINNNNNN!! LOVE( ゚∀゚)o彡゜ and "Help me, ERINNNNNN!!".
  • Excited Show Title!: "Help me, ERINNNNNN!!"
  • Lucky Charms Title: Help me, ERINNNNNN!! LOVE( ゚∀゚)o彡゜
  • Rearrange the Song: Their Touhou arrangements, of course.
  • Remix Album: Many of their albums consist entirely of Touhou arrangements.

    CrazyBeats 

CrazyBeats

Notable Members: Tsukasa (arrangement), DJ Mocchi (arrangement), Kaori Saitou (lyricist)

A trance and eurobeat circle that has been around since 2015.

  • Compilation Re-release: They've released several compilation albums that feature songs by one specific vocalist.
  • Covers Always Lie: The character on the cover doesn't necessarily have anything to do with the songs on the album. For instance, the cover of Initial T T-SELECTION Vol.01 is a picture of Reimu even though none of her themes are arranged on the album. Ditto for Vol.03 and Cirno, Vol.06 and Youmu, and Vol.09 and Patchouli, among others.
  • List Song: The chorus of "Passporte" is a list of countries.
  • Rearrange the Song:
    • Their Touhou arrangements.
    • A few of their songs are remixes of old songs from other Eurobeat groups.
    • The TOHO EURO NIGHT series features remixes of previously released CrazyBeats songs.
  • Remix Album: Their albums consist entirely of Touhou arrangements.
  • Shout-Out: The "Initial T" part of the album titles is likely a reference to the anime Initial D, which is frequently associated with eurobeat.

    Crow's Claw 

Crow's Claw

A Rock and Heavy Metal doujin circle founded in 2004.

    cYsmix 

cYsmix

A Norwegian Electro House artist who has a couple of Touhou doujin albums under his belt. His best known album is Haunted House which is composed of remixes from Touhou Shinreibyou ~ Ten Desires.

    CYTOKINE 

CYTOKINE

Notable Members: Linjin (arrangement and lyrics), Unagi Kabayaki (illustrator)

CYTOKINE is a doujin label run by Unagi Kabayaki that primarily produces illustrative works based on the Touhou universe. From 2006 to 2011, Linjin released arrangement albums under the CYTOKINE label, but after it became a circle solely for illustrated works at the end of 2011, Linjin started to release his new musical works under the new circle name ZYTOKINE.

    DDBY 

DDBY

Notable Members: Bizen (arrangement)

DDBY is a doujin circle who has been making Touhou arrangements since 2008. They're best known for their Cafe de Touhou albums.


    Demetori 

Demetori

Notable Members: Tokunan, Kyuuhouji

A heavy metal band comprised of brothers 徳南 on guitar/bass/keyboard and 九宝時 on drums.

    Diao ye zong 

Diao ye zong

Notable Members: RD-Sounds (arrangement and lyrics)
Notable Contributors: Meramipop (from Cosmopolitan), nayuta (from 7uta.com), Hanada Hyou (illustrator)

A vocal and instrumental circle that was formed in 2007. Sometimes called "RD-Sounds", which is the name of the arranger, not the circle.

    DiGiTAL WiNG 

DiGiTAL WiNG

Notable Members: katsu (representative, composer, arranger & DJ), Domino Amayadori (vocalist), Sorane (vocalist), Aruhi Tachibana (vocalist), Ruffnecky (arranger), Yubi Amayadori (co-designer and illustrator), guyamoko (CG creator), LIBER-TOMO (DJ, performer)
Former Members: peЯoco. (vocalist), Momobako (vocalist), Erotan (vocalist)

An Electronic Music circle that has been around since 2011, specializing in rave/party-themed arrangement. Together with Melonbooks doujin retailer, they become organizers for TOHO LIVEBOX, a monthly event which is held at Twin Box GARAGE located in Akihabara.

    EastNewSound 

EastNewSound

Notable Members: Kokuchou (arranger & representative), Kirin (arranger), Kumarisu (lyricist), MARIN (arranger), Tsubaki Yuzuki (vocalist), Hotaru Murasaki (vocalist), Anna Hanasaki (vocalist), Reira Kagiyama (lyricist & MV)
Former Members: nayuta (vocalist, currently active under her own circle 7uta.com), Cryu (vocalist), Kaito (lyricist), Izumin (vocalist & lyricist), crouka (arranger), raku (arranger), KOBATYU (arranger)

An Electronic Music and Trance group that has been active since 2008.

    FELT 

FELT

Notable Members: NAGI☆ (arranger & representative), Maurits "Zen" Cornelis (arrangement), Maika (vocalist), Mika (vocalist), Vivienne (vocalist), Boyz Party (arranger & lyricist), W.nova (backing vocalist), Eris (arrangement, also active in Murder Ground circle), Renko (English lyricist from ORANGE★JAM)

Primarily an Ambient and Pop group; they often combine vocals with Electronic Music. Renko of ORANGE★JAM provides English lyrics.

    Foreground Eclipse 

Foreground Eclipse

Notable Members: Meramipop (clean vocals, currently active in Cosmopolitan), Teto (drummer, screamo, synthesizers & programming), Suzuori (guitarist & bassist)

A screamo circle that was active between 2009 and 2013.

  • Digital Piracy Is Evil: Zig-zagged in "Angels, Monsters, The Secret Lyrics", which calls out people who listen to the song on YouTube or Nicovideo, but makes an exception for people who live overseas and can't buy doujin CDs.
  • Digital Piracy Is Okay: Zig-zagged in "Angels, Monsters, The Secret Lyrics", which calls out people who listen to the song on YouTube or Nicovideo, but makes an exception for people who live overseas and can't buy doujin CDs.
  • Rearrange the Song: Their Touhou arrangements, of course.
  • Remix Album: Their albums consist mostly or entirely of Touhou arrangements.
  • This Is a Song: "Angels, Monsters, The Secret Lyrics" is about itself and Foreground Eclipse's music in general.

    Frozen Starfall 

Frozen Starfall

Notable Members: Babbe (circle leader and arrangement), Sasi (vocals and lyrics), H*M (lyrics), Mai88 (other support)

Founded in 2015 by Babbe (of Babbe Music fame), Frozen Starfall is an Electro House doujin circle who makes arrangements with German lyrics. Their best known album is their major breakthrough hit; VIBRANT DANCEFLOOR.

    GET IN THE RING 

GET IN THE RING

Notable Members: Mie (vocalist), GCHM (arranger, lyricist & representative), Jell (lyricist)

A pop/rock circle founded in 2010. Debuted with a Garou: Mark of the Wolves arrangement album, but switched to Touhou and has stuck with it. One notable feature is that some of their songs feature parts from a lot of different themes.

    Halozy 

Halozy

A now-defunct doujin circle founded in 2009 that made Electronic Music arrangements, varying from Trance, Eurobeat and Electro House. They announced on October 2017 that they'd be suspending all activities and no longer produce any more Touhou arrangements.
  • Know When to Fold 'Em: According to former circle representative sumijun, the main reasons why he decided to suspend the circle entirely were because he eventually grew dissatisfied of his work and can no longer keep up, later lamenting how his circle had gone too commercial for its own good. Combined with other personal factors, he officially announced on October 2017 about the circle's suspension. Outside of one album release in 2018 (aptly-named "Definitely Rare CD"), they had never produced any doujin music since then, and no official statements about their return has been made.
  • Rearrange the Song: They initially made Touhou arrangements in their eight-year run.

    Hatsunetsumiko's 

Hatsunetsumiko's

Notable Members: Tim Vegas (arranger), Ark Brown (vocalist), Youka (vocalist), Maika (vocalist, also active in FELT), millie (vocalist), Vivienne (vocalist, also active in FELT), Chen-U (vocalist)

A circle whose arrangements feature a wide variety of styles, including funk.

  • Rearrange the Song: Their Touhou arrangements.
  • Remix Album: Their albums consist mostly or entirely of Touhou arrangements. The original compositions are usually just introductory tracks.

    Icarus'cry 

Icarus'cry

Notable Members: Shiren (AKA Yukimura Hirano; arranger), Denshirenji Tsuyoshi (AKA Kasumi Shinjou; vocalist & lyricist)

A sister circle of Unlucky Morpheus.

    Karento 

Karento

Notable Members: Mamemi (vocalist), Neppi (arranger), tanigon (arranger), 100-200 (arranger)

    kimino-museum 

kimino-museum

Notable Members: fanfan. (arranger), PHEVOTT (arranger), Tymizz (drummer), Satoshi Kuroiwa (lyricist), fi-fy (vocalist), 723 (vocalist), Jhojia (guitarist), Azu♪ (arranger), Sassy (arranger & guitarist), Hisp (web design)

A circle that has been around since the end of 2007. Their Touhou arrangements are "made with sense of the respect to ZUN !!" as they like to put it, which means that many of its lyrics are written with an understanding of Touhou lore. The circle's music is largely written and arranged by members PHEVOTT and fanfan, who emphasize performing all of their music live in studio. Their musical style itself can vary greatly from song to song, but can be generally described as Rock music with an emphasis on instrumental performance and vocal duets, the circle will even go as far as to feature 3 vocalists on the same track on occasion. They also have original albums that tell stories written by lyricist Satoshi Kuroiwa, with each vocalist playing one or more roles in the scenario.

  • all lowercase letters:
    • When written in English, their name is usually stylized as "kimino-museum".
    • The EPs ataraxia2 - ep edition - and ataraxia2 - ep edition2 -.
  • Concept Album: This circle has some original albums, e.g. Viator de memoria - Episode I -, that tell a story acted out by the vocalists.
  • Instrumentals: Many of their arrangements are instrumental.
  • Rearrange the Song: The circle has released a lot of Touhou arrangements. Its early works include a few arrangements of Romancing SaGa and Final Fantasy themes too.
  • Remix Album: Many of their albums consist entirely of Touhou arrangements, but they have some all-original albums as well.
  • Vocal Tag Team: The circle has multiple vocalists who take turns singing its songs — if they're not duets.

    Kraster 

Kraster

Notable Members: Atsushi Haneoka (arranger, lyricist & vocalist), Ne;on Otonashi (lyricist, vocalist & illustrator)
Notable Contributors: Haiji (vocalist)

A pop/rock circle that was active between 2006 and 2012. Broke up in 2012, but reformed in 2013 as KRASTERII.

  • Epic Rocking:
    • "the Embodiment of Scarlet Devil." combines every theme from Embodiment of Scarlet Devil into one song that clocks in at almost 11 minutes.
    • "Perfect Cherry Blossom" is similar: it features every theme from Perfect Cherry Blossom and is just over 14 minutes long.
    • "Moonlight's fanatic story" does the same to every theme from Imperishable Night, but is "only" a little short of 7:30.
  • Idiosyncratic Episode Naming: Most of their early albums had titles on the form "東方[three more kanji]".
  • Instrumentals: Some of their arrangements are instrumental.
  • Longest Song Goes Last: The almost 11-minute "the Embodiment of Scarlet Devil.", the 14-minute "Perfect Cherry Blossom" and the almost-7:30 "Moonlight's fanatic story" are all the last song on their respective albums.
  • Rearrange the Song: Their Touhou arrangements.
  • Remix Album:
    • The circle's pre-2008 albums featured arrangements of themes from a variety of series, primarily Visual Novels.
    • Most of their albums consist entirely of Touhou arrangements. Touhou Raijinkou is the only Touhou album to feature an original composition.
  • Vocal Tag Team: The circle's songs are split between Ne;on Otonashi and Atsushi Haneoka. They also had some songs with vocals by guest artists Haiji and TT.

    KRASTERII 

KRASTERII

Notable Members: Atsushi Haneoka (arranger, lyricist & vocalist)
Notable Former Members: Ne;on Otonashi (lyricist, vocalist & illustrator; had left as of 2016-05-10)

The result of Kraster reforming. This version of the circle had much fewer songs with vocals by Ne;on Otonashi. It was active between 2013 and 2017.

  • Compilation Re-release: They released four compilation albums spanning their entire discography (including their time as Kraster).
  • Epic Rocking:
    • "クラスター組曲" is 10:23.
    • "KRASTERII組曲2014" is an almost 11-minute medley of old Kraster/KRASTERII songs.
  • Instrumentals: Some of their arrangements are instrumental.
  • Lucky Charms Title: Ne;on×KEROchan☆, Anbureikabaru LIMITED Sekai∞, 【-CITADEL-】 and 【-STYLUS-】
  • Rearrange the Song: Their Touhou arrangements.
  • Remix Album: Their albums consist mostly or entirely of Touhou arrangements. COLLECTiVE:MOTiON involves a lot of Kantai Collection themes as well.
  • Vocal Tag Team: The circle's songs are split between Ne;on Otonashi and Atsushi Haneoka. However, Ne;on's appearances became increasingly scarce during the circle's career.

    Liz Triangle 

Liz Triangle

Notable Members: lily-an (vocalist), kaztora (arranger), Peko (arranger & lyricist), azuki (lyricist), eba (arranger)

A circle that was founded in 2008. It was kaztora's main circle until 2017, when it disbanded due to vocalist lily-an's time constraints and health.

    Lyrica Live 

Lyrica Live

A YouTuber who writes her own lyrics and sings them over the original themes.

    monochrome-coat 

monochrome-coat

A circle that has been around since 2009.

    NJK Record 

NJK Record

Notable Members: 3L (vocalist), nachi (also active under her own circle twinkle*twinkle), KINGDOM-FIRE (arranger), Hikaru Nijikawa (producer)

A circle that has made some rock and Electronic Music, as well as three eurobeat albums.

  • Gratuitous English:
    • Some of their songs, e.g. "Twinkle Twinkle", are in Gratuitous English.
      I'm lost you
      I'm heartless
      Cause I'm miss you
    • Their two remix albums have "remixies" in the title.
  • Rearrange the Song:
    • Their Touhou arrangements, of course.
    • They have two remix albums that feature remixes of their old songs.
  • Remix Album: Their albums consist entirely of Touhou arrangements.

    ORANGE★JAM 

ORANGE★JAM

Notable Members: Renko (producer, vocalist & lyricist), Sour (arranger), DJ Bouche (arranger), Shu (illustrator), Nerugal (illustrator)

A circle that creates vocal and instrumental tracks in genres like R&B, house, pop and ballad. It's notable for being one of the few circles to use English vocals almost exclusively, and averting Gratuitous English. They've released two albums that feature English covers of old FELT songs.

  • all lowercase letters: The titles of their non-collaboration albums, e.g. so-matic. Quite a few of their song titles are stylized like that too, e.g. "dreaming tonight".
  • Greatest Hits Album: memories is a best-of album.
  • Lucky Charms Title:
    • Their name.
    • Album titles: love★montblanc and lakeside★breeze.
    • Song titles: "STAR★STRUCK" and the Title Track of love★montblanc
  • Rearrange the Song:
    • Their Touhou arrangements, of course.
    • memories II contains five remixes of previously released ORANGE★JAM songs.
  • Remix Album:
    • Their albums consist entirely of Touhou arrangements.
    • memories II consists of five remixes of previously released ORANGE★JAM songs.
  • Surprisingly Good English: It's a Japanese circle, but the lyricist and vocalist is from California.
  • Title Track: "love★montblanc"

    Pizuya's Cell 

Pizuya's Cell

Notable Members: pizuya (arranger), Meido (AKA Futoumeido from √8 BEAT; vocalist, lyricist & illustrator. Officially joined the circle as a full-time member since 2018), godwood (pianist), UNE (web designer & MV)

Pizuya's circle, active since 2007. Its musical style can be broadly described as a combination of three elements; Metal/Rock, Classical/Orchestral and Electronic. Combinations of these three styles make up the majority of the circle's music. Early albums by the circle were primarily instrumental metal, but releases since have branched out to feature vocal arrangements and electronic elements, instrumental piano-centric albums have become a staple for the circle are are released in tandem with their regular albums.

  • Gratuitous English: A few of their songs, e.g. "Awaking Bugs that Cold Dislike"
    Don’t hurt me hard
    Sun will be far
    Break hum of freaking insects right now
  • Rearrange the Song: Their Touhou arrangements, of course.
  • Remix Album: Their albums consist entirely of Touhou arrangements. Well, except for the Studio "Syrup Comfiture" collaboration album that features an original intro song.

    Re:cyc:le / nekomimi style 

Re:cyc:le / nekomimi style

Re:cyc:le was an obscure circle that was active from 2006 to 2008. It later resurfaced as nekomimi style in 2016 and released one more album. It's mostly known for the song "Odenpa☆Love Girl", which appears in the "Cirno Baka Video".

    R-note 

R-note

Notable Members: Ran-T (arranger & representative), Yuki Fujimiya (vocalist)
Former Members: Yoshiha (arranger & lyricist), Ucchii (AKA Aki Uchizono; vocalist) (both left on 2018-12-31)
Notable Collaborators: Tomoaki Yoshitani (arranger & instruments), Yoshiaki Oshita (arranger), Xano Yuuki (arranger & instrument), YUA (vocalist), Chiharu Tomoe (vocalist)

A pop and rock circle that was formed when the core members of Yellow Zebra reunited. They continued making Touhou CDs in a similar style as Yellow Zebra (though their 2016-2018 albums leaned more towards rock), and kept the Touhou M-1 Grand Prix series going. They've also made two series of side albums (Yoshiha Style and the "whisper" albums) and a Kantai Collection album. At the end of 2018, Yoshiha and Ucchii left the circle, but the two remaining members kept going.

  • Compilation Re-release: They've released a DVD containing the twenty-nine albums they had released between 2012 and 2018.
  • Epic Rocking: "Harukaze" is over seven minutes long.
  • Excited Show Title!:
    • The albums Touhou Strash!, Touhou Romanesque! and Touhou Shangri-La!
    • The songs "Carnival!", "Fly High!", "HAPPY!", "HERO!!", "Journey!", "LEADING!", "Love it!!", "Magic Magic!", "Melody!!", "Missing Power!", "Please Freeze Me!", "Ready! Highly!", "Red Crisis!!", "Ai? No!!", "Yume Fighter!" and "青空Secret!".
  • Gratuitous English: Occasionally shows up in their work. For instance, the chorus of "Magic Magic!" has Yuki saying "magic magic" or (later) "mercy mercy" in English. There's also the song title "恋し楓 ~Autumun Maple~".
  • Idiosyncratic Episode Naming: Their album titled followed several patterns. Here they are in chronological order (with the side series last):
    • "東方[two kanji]響 ~[Noun] [Preposition] [Noun]~": Used for six consecutive albums. 東方空翔響 might be a call-back to this pattern.
    • "東方[word in katakana]!": Used for three albums.
    • "東方[English word] Girl": Used for three albums.
    • "東方[one kanji]歌": Used for three albums.
    • "[kanji] [English word]", where the kanji come from the Japanese title of the only Touhou game whose music is arranged on the album. Used for four albums.
    • "東方[English word(s) in all caps]": Used for two albums so far.
    • "Yoshiha Style [number in the series] ~[Japanese word written in hiragana]のうた~": Used for the four Yoshiha Style albums. The Compilation Re-release replaced the number with a Z.
    • "[English Portmantitle in all caps including the word "love"] 〜幻想郷[two more kanji]〜": Used for the four albums in the "whisper" series.
  • Instrumentals: Their event-exclusive bonus CDs are instrumental versions of the album they released at that event.
  • Lucky Charms Title: The song title "C・A・N・D・Y".
  • Lyrical Cold Open: "Resound" has a line at the very beginning.
  • Portmantitle: The English parts of the whisper album titles. puellanote  + love = PUELLOVE. love + philosophy = LOVESOPHY. love + destiny = LOVESTINY. love + observatory = LOVERATORY.
  • Questioning Title?: The song title "Ai? No!!", which seems to answer its own question Excited Show Title!-style.
  • Rearrange the Song:
    • Their Touhou arrangements, of course.
    • A few of their songs are rearrangements of old Yellow Zebra songs.
    • The Yoshiha Style series featured many rearrangements of old Yellow Zebra and R-note songs.
  • Remix Album: They've made one Kantai Collection arrangement album. The rest of their albums consist entirely of Touhou arrangements.
  • Step Up to the Microphone: The Yoshiha Style series featured lyricist and arranger Yoshiha as a vocalist.
  • Vocal Tag Team: While Ucchii was in the circle, she and Yuki Fujimiya sang four songs each on almost all of their albums (with an occasional duet between them). However, after Ucchii left, Yuki became the sole vocalist.

    Sally 

Sally

Notable Members: Wani (arranger & lyricist), NSY (arranger & lyricist), Fuukadia (CD jacket designer & illustrator)

A soft rock circle that was active between 2011 and 2018. Often featured Ranko of BUTAOTOME and Chata of my sound life as guest vocalists.

  • Gratuitous English: "con" is mostly in Japanese, but features a few strange Engrish lines. Examples:
    This all for you is wave or gun
    Later...
    Be gone. Unknown un-continued
  • Instrumentals:
    • LessExtra contains instrumental versions of the songs "zen -hybrid remix-" and "未来予報 Less Extra".
    • The re-releases of Sally and Syndrome add instrumental versions of all the songs from the original releases.
  • Rearrange the Song: Their Touhou arrangements, of course.
  • Remix Album: Their albums consist entirely of Touhou arrangements.
  • Self-Titled Album: Their debut album was titled Sally, though it's written in English instead of the usual katakana representation サリー.

    Seventh Heaven MAXION 

Seventh Heaven MAXION

Notable Members: MAKI (lyricist & illustrator)
Notable Contributors (arrangers): kenya (from kenya.com), Succubus (from White Elephant), Yuma Mizonokuchi (from M.H.S.)
Notable Contributors (vocalists): Ai Ohsera (from Innocent Key), Yuri Nashimoto, Yu Oda, Miyu Inoue

The circle of lyricist, artist and illustrator MAKI. He frequently used guest arrangers, vocalists and lyricists. It was active between 2006 and 2017.

  • all lowercase letters:
    • Album titles: memoria vol.1, memoria vol.2, memoria vol.3
    • Song titles: "nightmarish", "with you"
  • Compilation Re-release:
    • SHM-BEST/K and SHM-BEST/S are compilations of Seventh Heaven MAXION songs arranged by kenya and succubus respectively.
    • memoria vol.2 and memoria vol.3 are compilations of Seventh Heaven MAXION songs that came from singles or debuted on multi-circle compilation albums.
  • Concept Album: Many of their albums had a specific theme. For instance, the Former Frontier series focused on the PC-98 Touhou games and Seihou, every track on Hitori Yakumo Matsuri had something to do with the Yakumos, and FirstAngriff focused on stage 1 bosses.
  • Epic Rocking: "東方風神祭", a medley of Mountain of Faith's themes, is 11 minutes long.
  • Excited Show Title!: The Devote Strikers!! series.
  • Longest Song Goes Last: The 11-minute "東方風神祭" is the last track on Touhou Sarasa Kashuu Eclectic Phantasm.
  • Lucky Charms Title: "Puella☆serenus" (and "Puella☆serenus☆remix")
  • Rearrange the Song:
    • Their Touhou arrangements, of course.
    • Many of the songs on the best-of album SHM-BEST/K had been remixed.
  • Remix Album:
    • Most of the circle's albums consist entirely of Touhou (and sometimes Seihou) arrangements. The only exceptions are the two Kantai Collection albums, the original composition on Former Frontier1+2 (later re-released on memoria vol.3), and Deja-vu (whose songs combine Touhou themes with something from a non-Touhou source like Love Live!).
    • Many of the songs on the best-of album SHM-BEST/K had been remixed.

    Shibayan Records 

Shibayan Records

Notable Members: Shibayan (arranger)

A prominent doujin circle that's been around since 2008. They usually specialize in Electro House, Disco, Synthwave and Bossa Nova arranges, with their claim to fame being their numerous MyonMyonMyon remixes.

    ShinRa-Bansho 

ShinRa-Bansho

Notable Members: Ayaponzu* (vocalist), Ayo (vocalist), kaztora (arranger), azuki (lyricist), ticat (lyricist), pira (bassist)

A pop circle that became kaztora's main focus after Liz Triangle disbanded.

  • Compilation Re-release:
    • Their Synchro albums feature all the tracks from various event-limited singles.
    • Shinra Museum contains ShinRa-Bansho songs previously released on albums by other circles.
  • Cover Album: 東方歌ってみた contains cover versions of Touhou arrangements by other circles.
  • Epic Rocking: "Ano Hi no Yume no Alice" clocks in at 14:41.
  • Letters 2 Numbers: Season 4 you and the Title Track on that album.
  • Longest Song Goes Last: Inverted. The 14:41 "Ano Hi no Yume no Alice" is the opening track of the album with the same name.
  • Lucky Charms Title: "らぴっど☆プリンセス"
  • Rearrange the Song: Their Touhou arrangements, of course.
  • Remaster: Ano Hi no Yume no Alice ~ DAY DREAM is a remaster of Ano Hi no Yume no Alice.
  • Remix Album: The circle's albums consist entirely of Touhou arrangements.
  • Title Track: Some of their albums, e.g. M other and Season 4 you, have one.
  • Vocal Tag Team: The circle's songs are split between vocalists Ayo and Ayaponzu. They used to feature guest artists too.

    Shoujo Fractal 

Shoujo Fractal

Notable Members: Miya Amamiya (vocalist), Ami Himegi (vocalist)
Former Members: Risa Yuzuki (vocalist)

A sister circle to Yuuhei Satellite formed in 2014. It also focuses on Electronic Music and Trance.

  • Compilation Re-release: They've released a 3in1CD, which contains the songs from three old albums. They've also released one album that contains both sides to three old singles.
  • Instrumentals:
    • They've released a few albums that consist of instrumental versions of their songs.
    • Their singles usually include instrumental versions of the featured songs.
  • Rearrange the Song: Their Touhou arrangements, of course.
  • Remix Album: While they like to add original songs now and then, the circle's albums consist mostly or entirely of Touhou arrangements.
  • Title Track: Their non-compilation albums are named after their first track.
  • Vocal Tag Team: The circle's songs are split between its vocalists.

    Silver Forest 

Silver Forest

A circle founded in 2006 that used to record tracks in various styles. Its most (in)famous songs are "Tsurupettan" and "Kero⑨Destiny". It temporarily disbanded in May 2012 due to the poor health of vocalist Sayori. In August 2013, several old members released one album, thousand mirage, as "Plutinum Crest powered by Silver Forest". Then the group reformed and became active again. In late 2017, it started focusing on the eurobeat album series Super Forest Beat. These albums consist mostly of original compositions, but feature a few Touhou arrangements.

  • all lowercase letters: The album titles thousand mirage (as "Plutinum Crest") and chill out vacation.
  • Epic Rocking: "Vinculum ~ Kizuna ~" and its remix are over 8 minutes long.
  • Greatest Hits Album: Silver Forest 2006-2012 BESTⅠ and BESTⅡ, as well as Silver Forest 2006-2016 BESTⅢ and BESTⅣ
  • Instrumentals: Some of their arrangements are instrumental. Additionally, some of their albums contain an instrumental version of a song.
  • Longest Song Goes Last: Averted on Gekkou Ranbu, where the 8-minute "Vinculum ~ Kizuna ~" is the second song. Later played straight on Aoki Tsuki no Chinkonka, which uses a (still 8 minutes long) remix of "Vinculum ~ Kizuna ~" as the album closer.
  • Rearrange the Song: Their Touhou arrangements, of course.
  • Remix Album: Most of their albums consist mostly or entirely of Touhou arrangements.
  • Title Track: "White Cleric", the opening track of the album White Cleric.

    SoundOnline 

SoundOnline

Notable Members: Tsukasa Yatoki (arranger)
Notable Contributors: Aki Misawa (from Aki no Sora, vocalist)

A doujin circle who made Touhou arrangements from 2005 to 2012.


    SOUND HOLIC 

SOUND HOLIC

Notable Members: Nana Takahashi (vocalist & lyricist), 709sec. (vocalist & arranger), MasKaleido (arranger), GUCCI (arranger)

An old circle founded in 2006. Notable for creating tracks in a variety of genres, including pop, jazz, metal, rock and eurobeat. They are also responsible for TOHO PROJECT SIDE STORY "Memories of the Stars".

  • Compilation Re-release:
    • The NANA HOLIC series is a compilation of Nana Takahashi songs.
    • The REVIVAL BEST series is a compilation of 709sec. tracks.
    • zikeez is a compilation of tracks arranged by zikee.
    • SOUND HOLIC MEETS TOHO ~JAZZ ARRANGE SELECTION~ is a compilation of jazz tracks from the SOUND HOLIC MEETS TOHO series.
  • Concept Album: The "Kanji Series" albums have a theme. It's usually one specific game, but it can be something like "final bosses" too.
  • Covers Always Lie: The characters on the cover are usually relevant to the album. The exceptions are the albums based on bosses from specific stages:
    • The cover of LAST BOSS features Reimu and Marisa. Only Reimu has served as a final boss, and none of the themes on the album belong to her at all. At least both of the girls have fought most of the bosses represented on the album.
    • The cover of EXTRA BOSS features Sakuya and Youmu. Neither has ever been an Extra boss, and they've only faced a few Extra Stage bosses each.
    • The cover of FIFTH BOSS features Sanae and Aya. The latter has — you guessed it — never appeared as a stage 5 boss. At least Sanae's theme is arranged on the album.
  • Greatest Hits Album: THE BEST SELECTION
  • Idiosyncratic Episode Naming:
    • Their SOUND HOLIC MEETS TOHO have titles on the form SOUND HOLIC MEETS TOHO ~[Japanese title]~
    • The Kanji Series and New Kanji Series both follow the pattern [kanji] -ROMANIZED KANJI-:
      • For their one-game albums, the kanji is the third kanji of the game's title (i.e. the first that isn't 東方). If they later make another album based on the same game, the new title will use the third and fourth kanji. Examples: their Mountain of Faith albums 風 -KAZE- and 風神 -FUUJIN-.
      • In the "New Kanji Series", the kanji are the last name of a playable Touhou character.
      • The Splatoon parody album uses "烏賊", which means "squid".
      • One album uses "令和" (Reiwa). It's SOUND HOLIC's first Reiwa-era album.note 
      • Their boss-themed albums follow the basic pattern, but still stand out: they all use "強敵" ("Tough Enemy") for the kanji, and replace the romanization with "[STAGE] BOSS" (e.g. "FIFTH BOSS").
    • All of their metal albums have "Metallic" or "Metallical" in the title.
    • The Featuring 709sec. albums have titles that consist of two English words, e.g. Frozen Freezer and Chaos Bringer.
  • Instrumentals:
    • The SOUND HOLIC MEETS TOHO albums are mostly or entirely instrumental. The compilation SOUND HOLIC MEETS TOHO ~JAZZ ARRANGE SELECTION~ consists of instrumental jazz arrangements from this series.
    • Their main Touhou albums start with an instrumental intro. Some of them contain more instrumentals later on as well.
    • The TOHO PIANISM albums are entirely instrumental.
  • Lucky Charms Title:
    • The Fantasy★A La Mode album series.
    • The song titles "LOVE ≒ HAPPY", "デタラメ妖精大戦争☆" and "渚のぷるぷる果実♡".
  • Rearrange the Song:
    • Their Touhou arrangements, of course.
    • The EUROBEAT HOLIC series features eurobeat remixes of some old songs.
  • Self-Titled Album: The entire SOUND HOLIC MEETS TOHO series is partially eponymous.
  • Remix Album:
    • Most of their albums consist entirely of Touhou arrangements.
    • ROCKMAN HOLIC is an album of Mega Man arrangements. It was released to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the franchise.
  • Xtreme Kool Letterz: The song title "W∀NTED".
  • Work Info Title: The title of SOUND HOLIC MEETS TOHO ~JAZZ ARRANGE SELECTION~ lets you know that it's a compilation of jazz tracks. Similarly, the EUROBEAT HOLIC albums are eurobeat albums, and TOHO PIANISM is a series of piano albums.

    SuganoMusic 

SuganoMusic

Notable Members: Sugano (representative, arranger)

A eurobeat circle that released its first album in 2010. Between 2012 and 2016, it released eight Touhou EUROBEAT ARRANGE albums (plus a Greatest Hits Album) and four Original EUROBEAT albums. Then they switched to the EUROBEAT FESTIVAL series, which are mostly original compositions, with only a few Touhou arrangements per album.

  • Rearrange the Song:
    • The Touhou EUROBEAT ARRANGE albums are Touhou Remix Albums. Additionally, the mostly-original EUROBEAT FESTIVAL albums contain a few Touhou arrangements.
    • They sometimes rearrange their own songs.
  • Remix Album: The Touhou EUROBEAT ARRANGE albums consist entirely of Touhou arrangements.
  • Xtreme Kool Letterz: Their EUROBEAT FESTIVAL albums have "DANCE TRAX" on the cover.

    SYNC.ART'S 

SYNC.ART'S

Notable Members: Gojou Kai (arranger)
Notable Contributors: Meiko Nakamura (from Adresse), Sora Yuizuki (from Soranetarium), YuNa (from FataMorgana), Misato, Kaori Aihara (from Production GIW)

Gojou Kai's personal circle, active since 2004. In the first two years, the circle primarily made instrumental arrangements of tracks from various works. Then Gojou Kai started focusing on vocal Touhou arrangements and original songs. He works with members of other circles for lyrics and vocals. Around 2016, he started collaborating with a circle named Lunark on original albums.

  • Compilation Re-release:
    • LIMIT BREAK~限定解除~ Alternative 2010-2012 is a compilation of tracks released on "ALTERNATIVE" demos.
    • Reisui Musou is a compilation of songs arranged by Gojou Kai that have been released in albums by other circles.
    • cantante is a compilation of SYNC.ART'S songs with vocals by Misato. It also features a new arrangement.
    • Angelic Meister is a compilation of SYNC.ART'S songs with vocals by Meiko Nakamura. Two of the songs have been remixed.
  • Covers Always Lie: The cover of Alternative201305 is a picture of Sakuya. None of her themes are arranged on the album. In fact, while two games are represented on the album, Sakuya doesn't even appear in either of them!
  • Gratuitous English: "Grip of Death" has some Engrish lines like "You'll can't hide away forever".
  • Instrumentals: Many of the circle's early arrangements are instrumental.
  • Rearrange the Song:
    • Their Touhou arrangements, of course.
    • Two of the old songs on Angelic Meister have been remixed.
  • Remix Album:
    • Many of his albums consist entirely of Touhou arrangements.
    • His early arrangement albums consist of remixes from various franchises, e.g. CLANNAD and Ragnarok Online.

    Syrufit 

Syrufit

Notable Members: hiro.na (arrangement, composition, bass, mixing and representative), Kazumi Mogi (lyrics)
Former Members: SHIKI/aka eerie (lyricist and vocalist), Sakai Takuya (arranger and composer, now active under his own circle Poplica* and a member of Arte Refact)

Studio "Syrup Comfiture" (Syrufit for short) is a doujin circle who makes Electronic Music arrangements. They've been around as far back as 2009, but took a three-year hiatus from making arrangements between 2013-2016. They also have close ties to the circle ALADDIN due to Syrufit's representative hiro.na being a member there.

    TUMENECO 

TUMENECO

Notable Members: tomoya (arranger), yukina (vocalist), Nanatsume (lyricist)

A pop/rock circle that started in 2008. They seem to prefer arranging themes from ZUN's Music Collection.

  • Compilation Re-release: TUMENECO COMPLETE BOX, which features every album released by the circle up until the release of Rasen no Yume excluding off vocal tracks
  • Rearrange the Song: Their Touhou arrangements.
  • Remix Album: Their albums consist mostly or entirely of Touhou arrangements.

    Unlucky Morpheus 

Unlucky Morpheus

Notable Members: Shiren (AKA Yukimura Hirano; arranger), Fuyuki Tenge (AKA Fuki; vocalist, lyricist), Tsuyoshi Denshirenji (AKA Kasumi Shinjou; vocalist)

A metal circle that describes its music as "technical melodic speed metal". They often mix elements of Progressive and Power Metal intro their Touhou arrangements. However, they've largely switched to original compositions since 2013, with most of their Touhou stuff being remixes or re-recordings of old songs.

  • Epic Rocking: Despite being an arrangement of only one theme ("Border of Life"), "その魂に安らぎを ~ Dignity of Spirit" is 09:27 long.
  • Longest Song Goes Last: The over nine minutes long "その魂に安らぎを ~ Dignity of Spirit" is the last track on Hypothetical Box ACT 2.
  • Rearrange the Song:
    • Their Touhou arrangements, of course.
    • The album U&I EUROBEAT REMIX contains eurobeat remixes of old Unlucky Morpheus songs.
    • The album 並行時空の音楽会 contains arrangements of old songs.
  • Remaster:
    • Hypothetical Box ACT 2 contains remastered versions of the tracks from Hypothetical Box, as well as some tracks that didn't appear on the original. And Hypothetical Box ACT3 is a remaster of ACT 2...
    • REBIRTH Revisited and Saireco Jealousy are remasters of REBIRTH and Jealousy.
  • Remix Album:
    • Their early albums consist entirely of Touhou arrangements. Then they started releasing albums with both Touhou songs and original compositions, before switching entirely to original compositions. Their newer Touhou releases have been remixes or re-releases of old material.
    • The album 並行時空の音楽会 contains arrangements of old songs.

    Yellow Zebra 

Yellow Zebra

Notable Members: Ran-T (arranger & representative), Yoshiha (arranger & lyricist), Yuki Fujimiya (vocalist), Ucchii (AKA Aki Uchizono; vocalist)
Notable Collaborators: Sana (vocalist for the first album only)

A pop and rock circle that was active between 2006 and 2011. Its members were Ran-T, Yoshiha, Ucchii and Yuki Fujimiyanote  Its releases were Touhou music CDs and the Touhou M-1 Grand Prix, which is a series of CDs and DVDs showing various characters from the series performing manzai acts in mock tournaments. While it disbanded in 2011, its core members reunited as R-note in 2012.

  • Compilation Re-release: Exaggerated with Yellow Zebra Finale Box, a massive 11-disc compilation box containing almost all of their old songs (as well as six new ones). On top of that, it also contains a DVD featuring MP3 versions of almost every Yellow Zebra release ever — including most limited bonus CDs!
  • Covers Always Lie: The cover image of Touhou Gensouka ~COLOR OF FLOWER~ is a picture of Sakuya. None of her themes are arranged on the album.
  • Epic Rocking: Their longest song, "Sea Tripper", clocks in at 07:24. Other long songs include "Elfin Love" and "9,999,999 years" (both 7:00).
  • Excited Show Title!:
    • The album Touhou Splash!
    • The songs "Believe heart!", "Fly Away!", "Melody!" and "My Dear!".
  • Gratuitous English: Occasionally shows up in their work, e.g. the song titles "彩声 ~Bird can sing~" and "揺心 ~Swing Hart~".
  • Greatest Hits Album: They released three best-of albums shortly before disbanding.
  • Idiosyncratic Episode Naming: Most of their albums had titles on the form "東方[two kanji]歌 ~[Noun] [and/of] [noun]~".
  • Instrumentals: Their event-exclusive bonus CDs are instrumental versions of the album they released at that event.
  • Lucky Charms Title: The songs "E・P・H・E・M・E・R・A ~Hakana~ ", "Happy☆Sunday", "Orange☆Days", "Koi no Refrain☆" and " 夢中☆物語".
  • Rearrange the Song:
    • Their Touhou arrangements, of course.
    • Yellow Zebra Finale Box SP features two "Loser Remixes" of old Yellow Zebra songs.
  • Remix Album: The circle's albums consist entirely of Touhou arrangements.
  • Vocal Tag Team: After Yuki Fujimiya and Ucchii joined the circle (and Sana left), the circle's songs were about evenly split between them. However, Yuki was the sole vocalist for Touhou Yumekouro, Yellow Zebra Finale Box SP and the new tracks on Yellow Zebra Finale Box.

    Yuuhei Satellite 

Yuuhei Satellite

Notable Members: senya (AKA Mayumi Morinaga; vocalist), Toa (vocalist), Marcia (vocalist), Kamase-Tora (lyricist), Iceon (AKA Starving trancer, real name: Yusuke Ceo; arranger. Also active under his own circle Frost Fragment), Autobahn (arranger), Deitarabocchi (arranger), HiZuMi (arranger, rather active in Yuuhei Katharsis), Nurarihyon (arranger), Namari Okuyama (arranger), Yuu Kanamori (arranger), ikuo (guitarist), Otodama (guitarist)
Former Members: Yuzurisa (AKA Risa Yuzuki; formerly a member of Shoujo Fractal. Currently independent)

A major circle that focuses on Electronic Music, Trance and Eurobeat; renowned for its distinctive, emotional-arousing style of electronic arrangements. It provided the music for Fantasy Kaleidoscope - The Spring Snow Incident. It has a sister circle named Shoujo Fractal, and together, they become organizers of monthly event called "Touhou Ongaku Fes", where various circles can join and have fun together, regardless the genre. Not to be confused with Yuuhei Katharsis, which makes Kantai Collection music.

  • all lowercase letters: The alias of vocalist senya.
  • Cool Mask: All of its vocalists are wearing some kind of party mask to cover their identity. Toa, on the other hand, wears a black veil instead. Even some extended members also wearing masks too when the circle doing a live performance.
  • Compilation Re-release:
    • They've released commemorative albums for various live events like Yuuhei Gakusai ~Haru no Utage~.
    • Their "3in1CD" albums feature all the tracks from three old albums, with one cover from a newcomer.
    • The Singles Best albums are compilations featuring both sides from three old singles.
  • Instrumentals:
    • They've released a few albums that consist of instrumental versions of their songs.
    • Their singles usually include instrumental versions of the featured songs.
  • Rearrange the Song: Their Touhou arrangements, of course.
  • Remix Album: While they like to add original songs now and then, the circle's albums consist mostly or entirely of Touhou arrangements.
  • Title Track: Their non-compilation albums are named after their first track.
  • Tyop on the Cover: The logo for Touhou SOS misspells their name as "Yuuhei Sattelite."
  • Vocal Tag Team: senya used to be the sole vocalist. However, after other vocalists (Toa, Yuzurisa and Marcia) joined, the circle started splitting its songs between them.

    ZYTOKINE 

ZYTOKINE

The circle Linjin created after CYTOKINE stopped releasing music.

  • Long Title: The song title "It's to see sad two, says 'not sad too', co-code to your sad two".
  • Lucky Charms Title: Album titles: gold* and silver†. Exaggerated with >>>> and Ћ⊿⊿θ▽△.
  • Rearrange the Song: Their Touhou arrangements.
  • Remix Album: Their albums consist mostly or entirely of Touhou arrangements.
  • The Unpronounceable: The album titles >>>> and Ћ⊿⊿θ▽△.
  • Xtremely Kool Letterz: "ZYTOKINE" (instead of CYTOKINE). Linjin originally released albums under the CYTOKINE label. When that label stopped releasing music, he made his own circle and gave it a unique name by replacing the C with a Z.

Alternative Title(s): Foreground Eclipse, Yuuhei Satellite, Akatsuki Records, R Note, Yellow Zebra, Sound Holic, Shin Ra Bansho, Karento, Crazy Beats, Silver Forest, Kimino Museum, Monochrome Coat, Shibayan Records, Hatsunetsumikos, Pizuyas Cell, Orange Jam, Sally, NJK Record

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