Tokyo Mono Hara Shi: Karasu no Mori Gakuen Kitan

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Tokyo Mono Hara Shi:
Karasu no Mori Gakuen Kitan
Tokyo Mono Hara Shi Cover.jpg
Japanese official cover art
Developer(s) Atlus[1]
Publisher(s) Atlus[1]
Artist(s) Saito Susumu
Writer(s) Akatsuki Kawasaki
Composer(s) Kenichi Tsuchiya
Atsushi Kitajoh
Series Tokyo Majin Gakuen[1]
Platform(s) PlayStation Portable[1]
Genre(s) Adventure, role-playing[1]
Mode(s) Single-player

Tokyo Mono Hara Shi: Karasu no Mori Gakuen Kitan (東京鬼祓師 鴉乃杜學園奇譚) is an adventure role-playing video game developed and published by Atlus for the PlayStation Portable. The game was released in Japan on April 22, 2010. Tokyo Mono Hara Shi: Karasu no Mori Gakuen Kitan is a spin-off of the Tokyo Majin Gakuen series.[1]


The game is combination of visual novel and dungeon crawler.[2]

When it’s time for school, the player can talk with classmates while searching for clues and tracking down cursed hanafuda cards. The emotion input system lets the player respond to discussions and bond with sub-characters by selecting a feeling. School exploration is done via a menu.[2]


Dungeons are shown from a first-person perspective. While exploring, the player can trigger commands like "jump" with the face buttons. There is no transition prior to battles.[3]



The story centered on a group of high school students tracking down cursed hanafuda cards that released demons called the "hidden people"[3] into the human world.[1]


The opening theme "Trump Card" (キリフダ, Kirifuda), composed by Kenichi Tsuchiya and sung by Haruka Tomatsu. The ending theme "Song of Invitation" (誘の訴, Izanai no Uta) is composed by Atsushi Kitajoh and sung by Haruka Tomatsu.

CD Drama[edit]

Volume 1 was released on June 23, 2010 and volume 2 was released on July 22, 2010 in Japan by Frontier Works.

External links[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h Spencer (February 5, 2010). "Tokyo Mono Hara Shi (The Other High School RPG From Atlus) Dated". siliconera. Retrieved September 3, 2010. 
  2. ^ a b Spencer (February 15, 2010). "Study A New Tokyo Mono Hara Shi Trailer". siliconera. Retrieved September 3, 2010. 
  3. ^ a b Spencer (December 4, 2009). "Tokyo Mono Hara Shi Has Megaten Style Dungeon Crawling". siliconera. Retrieved September 3, 2010.