I don't know what you're saying. - Mimi
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Ten no touge needs its music comment, song production information, and/or staff comments translated.


Lyrics[edit | edit source]

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Song Connections / Remixes[edit | edit source]

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Kanenobu is the name of a both a Japanese swordsmith and his clan, a group that is famous for producing samurai swords, katanae, wakizashi, and spears. Their history spans across over 500 years.
    • The first-generation Kanenobu worked around 1655, tying in to the Warring States theme of pop'n music 18 せんごく列伝.
  • The song's genre (SYMPHONIC JINRAKU) is a reference to "Jinraku-ji", a Japanese Buddhist temple in the town of Tawarmoto in the Nara Prefecture.

Music Comment[edit | edit source]

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Song Production Information[edit | edit source]

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Difficulty & Notecounts[1][edit | edit source]

pop'n music difficulty rated from 1 to 43 through pop'n music 20 fantasia, and 1 to 50 from Sunny Park onwards.

Game Standard Battle
5 N H EX N H
Notecounts 203 301 764 961 203 301
pop'n music 18 せんごく列伝 15 18 29 36 13 21
pop'n music 19 TUNE STREET→20 fantasia 15 18 ↑30 36 13 21
pop'n music Sunny Park→Present - 24 36 42 13 21

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Video[edit | edit source]

SYMPHONIC_JINRAKU_「天の峠」

SYMPHONIC JINRAKU 「天の峠」

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