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Music titles translation
No. 1 The Space Shrine Maiden Appears


  The title screen theme.

This theme turned out a bit spacey and Japanese.

For this game, the excitement factor could be described as "unconventional."

No. 2 Unforgettable, the Nostalgic Greenery


  The first stage theme.

This song is a bit long for the first stage. The game is pretty long as a whole, so I designed it to match.

It feels like they are making up their mind to leave their beautiful green Earth for a while.

No. 3 The Rabbit Has Landed


  Seiran's theme.

It's bringing out the feeling of having fun with a light-hearted battle. Rabbits don't seem to have it in their nature to be serious.

You can't see it, but she does have a tail.

No. 4 The Lake Reflects the Cleansed Moonlight


  The second stage theme.

Making us feel uneasy with the changing situation, this song became one that wouldn't feel out-of-place in the latter half of the game.

It seems like only a select few can see the pulse given off by the Moon.

No. 5 September Pumpkin


  Ringo's theme.

Unlike Seiran, she's a rabbit who works in the background rather than a soldier. On top of being a powerful opponent, this song depicts her doubts as to whether or not fighting is really the right thing to do.

All those dango were enjoyed by the TV staff afterward, of course.

No. 6 The Mysterious Shrine Maiden Flying Through Space


  The third stage theme.

It looks like space, but it's actually the mental world. So it is an "all just a dream" twist, in a sense. The fairies and phantoms wandering around are the dreams of said creatures in reality.

It's mischievous of them to spread barrages of danmaku even in dreams.

No. 7 Eternal Spring Dream


  Doremy Sweet's theme.

It gives off a strong sense of foreboding. I wrote this with thoughts of "I want you to be wary from here on out," "I want you to have a nightmare," and so on.

Even if you have a nightmare, it'll be fine if you pray to change it. Pray to Doremy.

No. 8 The Frozen Eternal Capital


The fourth stage theme.

It's the Lunar Capital. For a particular reason, however, it's now a ghost town. It's a song with a calm atmosphere, but on the contrary, it evokes an image of madness.

It's music more befitting the endgame of an RPG than a shooting game. Well, it is the endgame.

No. 9 Reversed Wheel of Fortune


  Kishin Sagume's theme.

A theme song for a mysterious person who's not quite an enemy or an ally, a god or an oni. Hence, I composed it with a rather mysterious mood.

Actually, she's a type of amanojaku too so that makes her the second one.

No. 10 Faraway Voyage of 380,000 Kilometers


  The fifth stage theme.

Some minor variations to the mood make this a fast-paced, romantic tune. It's a stage where you can move forward (and rack up a huge score) at a good pace. Feels real nice.

I hope you feel a sense of flight, and the resolve to travel far.

No. 11 Pierrot of the Star-Spangled Banner


  Clownpiece's theme.

She's the most crazy-strong fairy seen yet. Although she's pretty ordinary in the head. Having made it gothic, Japanese, and spacey at the same time, this is a pretty odd song. The fear of clowns is pretty widespread these days.

But this fairy clown isn't all that scary... right?

No. 12 The Sea that Reflects One's Home Planet


  The sixth stage theme.

It's the seaaa. It's summeeerr.

This song is a subset of the final boss' theme.

I want to go to the seaaa. I want to drink beer in a beach huuut.

No. 13 Pure Furies ~ Whereabouts of the Heart


  Junko's theme.

I think this song says, "now this is unmistakably the final boss!" I did not try to make it too complicated, or to add cool parts, or just overthink it in general.

I hope you can enjoy her danmaku simply and purely.

No. 14 A World of Nightmares Never Seen Before


  The Extra Stage theme.

First the eerie intro, then it flows into the simple and usual Touhou style. It really does have that Extra feel. Nonetheless, is Doremy your foe this time?

Or is she your friend?

No. 15 Pandemonic Planet


  Hecatia Lapislazuli's theme.

This is quite a demonic piece of music. I actually thought about making a metal song, but I'm not well-versed in that area and it felt like it wouldn't fit the setting, so I made it like this in the end.

My thought process was Hell -> Shinigami -> Death -> Death Metal. Pretty poor idea.

No. 16 The Moon as Seen from the Shrine


  The ending theme.

Well, it's the usual theme.

Because I usually write songs that are always upbeat,

I feel like novel game music and such must be a real challenge.

No. 17 The Space Shrine Maiden Returns Home


  The staff roll theme.

It's an alternate version of the title screen song.

I gave it an even spacier mood than before.