Touhou 2: Story of Eastern Wonderland, known in Japan as Touhou Fuumaroku (東方封魔録 Tōhō Fūmaroku?, lit. Recorded Sealing of an Oriental Demon), is a 1987 maniac shooter developed by Amusement Software and published by Drillimation Studios in Japan, with Nintendo publishing it internationally. The game was released worldwide in August 1987 aside Touhou Reiiden: Highly Responsive to Prayers in all regions except Japan. It is the second installment in the Touhou Project.


"Do you dare to return to Gensoukyou?"
- Official attention grabber

A season has passed since the battle of Gensoukyou, and everything has been quiet. This won't last long, as a group of youkai has brought Mima back from the dead. That's right, your recorded sealing of an Oriental demon is over, and Mima is back to make your life miserable. Your recently rebuilt shrine from the battle is currently being swarmed by Mima's minions, and you are given one goal by your shrine master: find and defeat Mima again.

Behind the ScenesEdit

  • In the instruction manual for the North American and PAL versions of the game, Genji is referred to as a "Koopa Troopa" from the Super Mario series.

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