- The Cast Showoff: Shinsho Nakamaru used his French-language skills when he voiced Sakomizu.
- Fake Nationality:
- Noriko Hidaka, Saeko Shimazu, Keiko Aizawa, Sachiko Kojima, Mika Kanai, Shiro Saito, Kōzō Shioya, Hiroko Mori, Yoshito Ishinami, Yasuo Iwata, Junpei Takiguchi and Rokuro Naya play French people.
- Etsuko Kozakura as the Vietnamese Coquelicot.
- Kikuko Inoue plays the Romanian/Italian Lobelia Carlini.
- Yoshino Takamori as Japanese-French Hanabi Kitaoji.
- Keep Circulating the Tapes: The original Dreamcast game has become hard to find not long after Sega discontinued the system. The Drama Downloads are also hard to find since Sega discontinued it in 2002.
- Milestone Celebration: The game was released in 2001, nearly five years after the original Sakura Wars.
- Missing Trailer Scene: At the end of the promotional trailer that came with the Dreamcast release of Thou Shalt Not Die, Masque de Corbeau is seen watching from the Eiffel Tower as Paris burns and then freezes over. This is not seen in the game itself, as Corbeau has already died before that happens.
- Newbie Boom: The game saw a trending surge on Twitter after the real-life Notre Dame cathedral was nearly destroyed by fire in early 2019.
- Relationship Voice Actor:
- Release Date Change: Is Paris Burning? was originally set for a Fall 2000 release as part of the "Sakura Project 2000" series. Months later, however, it was delayed to a March 2001 release.
- You Sound Familiar: Shinsho Nakamaru portrayed Ikki Yoneda in the Blooming Maidens stage musical and Norimichi Sakomizu in Is Paris Burning? and all subsequent stage plays related to it.
Trivia / Sakura Wars 3: Is Paris Burning?