As reported several times in the past, Ryohoji, a Buddhist temple in Hachiouji, Tokyo, has been known for its various business activities featuring moe-style female characters, and often called as "Moe Temple." Its latest item is a 1/8 scale figure of one of its mascot characters, Toro Benten. Check the details after the jump.
A Buddhist temple Ryohoji in Tokyo, which is internationally known as "Moe Temple," is planning to release the iOS version of their once-aborted rhythm game "Okyo no Tatsujin" (Buddhist sutra master) which uses a real mokugyo (fish-shaped wooden temple drum) as a controller. Check how it works with the demo video after the jump.
This is a follow-up report for the August 7 article. Ryohoji, aka "Moe temple", announced that they will not release their rhythm game "Okyo no Tatsujin" (Buddhist sutra master) at Comic Market 82 this weekend. They received a request not to sell the game and distribute its trial version for patent infringement. Hit the jump for more details.
Ryohoji, a Buddhist temple at Hachiouji, Tokyo, has been known as "Moe temple". It has released two theme song CDs and one DVD featuring its own moe characters to spread Buddhism to the young generation. Its newest product is a rhythm game "Okyo no Tatsujin" (Buddhist sutra master) for Windows XP/Vista/7. Check the cute demo video after the jump!