Toho (disambiguation)

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Toho is a Japanese film production and distribution company.


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Toho Japanese film production company

Toho Co., Ltd. is a Japanese film, theater production and distribution company. It has its headquarters in Chiyoda, Tokyo, and is one of the core companies of the Hankyu Hanshin Toho Group. Outside of Japan, it is best known as the producer and distributor of many kaiju and tokusatsu films, the Chouseishin tokusatsu superhero television franchise, the films of Akira Kurosawa, and the anime films of Studio Ghibli, TMS Entertainment and OLM, Inc. Other famous directors, including Yasujirō Ozu, Kenji Mizoguchi, Masaki Kobayashi, and Mikio Naruse, also directed films for Toho.

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The Touhou Project, also known simply as Touhou, is a bullet hell shoot 'em up video game series created by one-man independent Japanese doujin soft developer Team Shanghai Alice. Since 1995, the team's member, Jun'ya "ZUN" Ōta, has independently developed programming, graphics, writing, and music for the series, self-publishing 18 mainline games and five spin-offs as of May 2021. ZUN has also produced related print works and music albums, and collaborated with developer Twilight Frontier on seven official Touhou spin-offs, most being fighting games.

Team Shanghai Alice Dōjin video game developer

Team Shanghai Alice, formerly known as ZUN Soft, is a Japanese dōjin game developer. Since 1995, the sole member of the group, Jun'ya "ZUN" Ōta, has independently developed and self-published the Touhou Project, a bullet hell shoot 'em up series, as well as collaborated with other circles to produce related print works and music albums.

Twilight Frontier, known as Tasofro for short, is a Japanese dojin game developer. They are best known for their collaborations with Team Shanghai Alice, which include seven official games in the Touhou Project series.

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IOSYS is a Japanese musical ensemble and dōjin circle from Sapporo, Japan. The group is primarily known for producing remixes of music from the Touhou Project series of dōjin games. They are not signed to a label, instead preferring to release their music through dōjin channels such as the Comiket convention and via their website. Their music frequently parodies characters or themes of games such as those of Touhou Project or Atlus's Etrian Odyssey. Many of the current members reside in the Hokkaidō or Kantō areas of Japan.

Satori is a Japanese term from Zen-Buddhism.

<i>Embodiment of Scarlet Devil</i> 2002 bullet hell video game

Touhou Koumakyou: The Embodiment of Scarlet Devil is a 2002 bullet hell scrolling shoot 'em up video game developed by Team Shanghai Alice. It is the sixth game in the Touhou Project series, and the first Touhou game to be released for Microsoft Windows. The story follows either the miko Reimu Hakurei or the magician Marisa Kirisame, as they fight through the world of Gensokyo to find the cause of vampiric red mist, covering the sky scarlet red in the middle of summer.

<i>Fairy Wars</i> 2010 video game

Fairy Wars is a shoot 'em up game, and is the 12.8th official game in the Touhou Project by the dōjin circle Team Shanghai Alice. The game was released on August 14, 2010 at Comiket 78. The game is the sequel to the Touhou Sangetsusei manga series. The game's illustrations were done by Makoto Hirasaka, the artist of the Touhou Sangetsusei series, instead of ZUN. The game is sometimes called FW or GFW for short.

<i>Shin Godzilla</i> 2016 film by Hideaki Anno and Shinji Higuchi

Shin Godzilla is a 2016 Japanese kaiju film directed by Hideaki Anno and Shinji Higuchi, with a screenplay by Anno and special effects by Higuchi. Produced by Toho Pictures and Cine Bazar and distributed by Toho, it is the 31st film in the Godzilla franchise, the 29th film produced by Toho, Toho's third reboot of the franchise, and the first film in the franchise's Reiwa period. It is the first reboot of a tokusatsu series to be adapted by Anno and Higuchi, and was followed by Shin Ultraman and Shin Kamen Rider. The film stars Hiroki Hasegawa, Yutaka Takenouchi, and Satomi Ishihara. In the film, politicians struggle with bureaucratic red tape in order to deal with the sudden appearance of a giant monster that evolves whenever it is attacked.

Bad Apple!! 1998 video game soundtrack

"Bad Apple!!" is the sixth track in the soundtrack of the 1998 bullet hell video game Lotus Land Story, the fourth entry in the Touhou Project series created by Team Shanghai Alice. The instrumental theme was originally designed to be played during the third stage of the game, as chiptune on the Japanese NEC PC-9800 computer platform, at 161 beats per minute using a frequency modulation synthesis chip.

<i>Touhou Spell Bubble</i> 2020 video game

Touhou Spell Bubble is a rhythm based competitive arcade puzzle game developed in 2020 by Taito as an officially licensed spin-off in the Touhou Project series. The gameplay is characteristic of the Puzzle Bobble series, which Taito also developed.

Jun'ya Ota, known by his pseudonym ZUN, is a Japanese composer and video game developer best known for developing and self-publishing the Touhou Project video game series through the dojin group Team Shanghai Alice, of which he is the only member. In 2010, the Guinness World Records called the Touhou Project "the most prolific fan-based shooter series" ever created. ZUN is also known as the Hakurei Kannushi (博麗神主), which is also the name he uses for his Twitter account.

<i>Unconnected Marketeers</i> 2021 video game

Touhou Kōryūdō ~ Unconnected Marketeers is the 18th game in the TouhouProject series of danmaku shoot 'em ups. The game was announced on February 27, 2021, and had a demo released on March 21. The game's full version released on May 4 on Steam.