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Bohemian Archive in Japanese Red

Main article: Article and Interview: Yuyuko

The article covers an incident shortly after the end of the main scenario of Perfect Cherry Blossom. The incident was about the large amounts of cherry blossoms that where appearing when the buds had yet to blossom. It was discovered that Yuyuko was the one responsible as she was "giving Gensokyo its spring back."

Aya never understands where the scattered blossoms came from and was lead in a circle during the followup interview.

Perfect Memento in Strict Sense

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Main article: Perfect Memento: Yuyuko Saigyouji
  • The mistress of the Saigyouji family who resides in Hakugyokurou in the Netherworld.
  • It is said that she died over 1000 years ago, so she is a spirit with an extremely unusual lifespan.
  • Impressed by her unwillingness to curse people and her ability to control spirits, she was appointed by the great Yama to manage the souls of the dead.
  • In return she was permitted eternal residence in the Netherworld.
  • She has the ability to manipulate death, meaning she can kill someone with no resistance.
  • Of course, once they're dead, she would be able to control their spirit, as well.
  • She is not different from the human in the appearance and shape.
  • She stays in the Netherworld most of the time, and if she has business in Gensokyo, she usually has one of the spirits go in her stead.
  • Her personality is so extraordinarily easygoing that it is said she doesn't remember how long she's been in the Netherworld.
  • It seems she doesn't even remember what she had for breakfast.

The Grimoire of Marisa

Main article: The Grimoire of Marisa: Yuyuko Saigyouji's Spell Cards
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