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Import from Japan
Tsukihime
Category
Name
Tsukihime
Original name
月姫
Also known as
Lunar Legend Tsukihime
Lunar Princess
Moon Princess
真月譚 月姫
Shingetsutan Tsukihime
Moonlight Princess

139Figures

Tsukihime - Neco-Arc - Nendoroid  (#001) - Convert! Mysterious Jet Flight Edition (Good Smile Company)Tsukihime - Arcueid Brunestud - Nendoroid Petit - Nendoroid Petit: Type-Moon Collection (Good Smile Company)Tsukihime - Arcueid Brunestud - FA4 - Type-Moon Collection (Alter)Tsukihime - Neco-Arc - Nendoroid  (#000) - Convert! Grumbling Face Edition (Good Smile Company)Tsukihime - Neco-Arc - Nendoroid Petit - Nendoroid Petit: Type-Moon Collection - Secret (Good Smile Company)Tsukihime - Aozaki Aoko - FA4 - Type-Moon Collection (Alter)Tsukihime - Ciel - Nendoroid Petit - Nendoroid Petit: Type-Moon Collection (Good Smile Company)Tsukihime - Ciel - FA4 - Type-Moon Collection (Alter)Tsukihime - Arcueid Brunestud - P:chara (GSI Creos)Carnival Phantasm - Shingetsutan Tsukihime - Tsukihime - Arcueid Brunestud - Ichiban Kuji - Ichiban Kuji Premium Type-Moon ~10-shuunen Kinen~ - Kyun-Chara (Banpresto)Tsukihime - Arcueid Brunestud - Princess Version (Chara-Ani)Tsukihime - Arcueid Brunestud - Normal Version (Chara-Ani)Tsukihime - Kohaku - Tsukihime Deluxe Figure Series (Spring)Tsukihime - Ciel - Tsukihime Deluxe Figure Series (Spring)Carnival Phantasm - Mahou Tsukai no Yoru - Shingetsutan Tsukihime - Tsukihime - Aozaki Aoko - Ichiban Kuji - Ichiban Kuji Premium Type-Moon ~10-shuunen Kinen~ - Kyun-Chara (Banpresto)Tsukihime - Arcueid Brunestud (Spring)Tsukihime - Arcueid Brunestud - Child Version (Chara-Ani)Tsukihime - Tohno Akiha - Delux Figure Series (Spring)Tsukihime - Ciel - Palm Scenery - Palm Scenery Tsukihime II (Toranoana)Tsukihime - Ciel - Tsukihime Deluxe Figure Series Comiket Exclusive (Spring)Tsukihime - Tohno Shiki - Tsukihime Trading Figure Collection Part 2 (Spring)Tsukihime - Len - 1/6 (Hobby Japan, Yuunekodo)Tsukihime - Arcueid Brunestud - 1/8 (Kotobukiya)Tsukihime - Nrvnqsr Chaos - Palm Scenery - Palm Scenery Tsukihime I (Toranoana)Tsukihime - Tohno Akiha - Tsukihime Deluxe Figure Series (Spring)Tsukihime - Arcueid Brunestud - Sentou Style 6.5 Tsukihime Deluxe Figure Series (Spring)Tsukihime - Len - Palm Scenery - Palm Scenery Tsukihime II (Toranoana)Tsukihime - Ciel - Tsukihime Trading Figure Collection Part 2 (Spring)Tsukihime - Arima Miyako - Tsukihime Trading Figure Collection Part 2 (Spring)Tsukihime - Kohaku - Palm Scenery - Palm Scenery Tsukihime II (Toranoana)Tsukihime - Ciel - Palm Scenery - Palm Scenery Tsukihime I (Toranoana)Tsukihime - Arcueid Brunestud - Tsukihime Trading Figure Collection Part 2 (Spring)Tsukihime - Yumizuka Satsuki - Tsukihime Trading Figure Collection Part 2 (vampire version) (Spring)Tsukihime - Tohno Akiha - Palm Scenery - Palm Scenery Tsukihime II (Toranoana)Tsukihime - Kohaku - Delux Figure Series (Spring)Tsukihime - Arcueid Brunestud - Palm Scenery - Palm Scenery Tsukihime I (Toranoana)Tsukihime - Kohaku - Tsukihime Deluxe Figure Series (Spring)Tsukihime - Hisui - Delux Figure Series (Spring)Tsukihime - Tohno Shiki - Tsukihime Trading Figure Collection Part 2 (Spring)Tsukihime - Tohno Shiki - Palm Scenery - Palm Scenery Tsukihime I (Toranoana)

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About

Tsukihime (月姫 lit. Moon Princess) is a Japanese eroge doujin visual novel game created by TYPE-MOON, which was originally released in December 2000. It was adapted in 2003 into an anime series, Shingetsutan Tsukihime, produced by J.C. Staff and Geneon, and a manga series, which has been serialized since 2004 in MediaWorks' seinen magazine Dengeki Daioh, with five bound volumes having been released so far.
Tsukihime's official subtitle states: "Blue Blue Glass Moon, Under The Crimson Air". Its fame and renown is often attributed to its comprehensive and expansive storyline and its writer Kinoko Nasu's unique style of storytelling. As well as its anime and manga adaptations, it has also spawned numerous merchandising and memorabilia franchises.

Type-Moon released Tsukihime PLUS-DISC in January 2001, a light-hearted addition to Tsukihime that featured three side-stories and assorted multimedia. In August 2001, Type-Moon produced and published a sequel to Tsukihime, Kagetsu Tohya (歌月十夜). In April 2003, Type-Moon released Tsuki-Bako (月箱 lit. Moon Box), a specially packaged three-disc set that included Tsukihime, Plus-Disc (in an expanded version) and Kagetsu Tohya, a remixed soundtrack and other assorted multimedia.

In the June 2008 issue of Tech Gian, a remake of the original visual novel was revealed to be in production. The game will feature enhanced artwork and sound, and is rumored to contain changes to the storyline including the originally discarded route for Yumizuka Satsuki. A release date has not been announced, there is no information as to whether the new version will be voiced, and TYPE-MOON still remains undecided as to whether the erotic elements of the original game will remain in the new version. The remake will be released for the PC.
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