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International / Vs: Hello, Finland Touhou Fans. 你们好!!
« : Helmikuu 01, 2019, 01:59:51 »
  But he also told me that you have an artist called "Setz", who is a pretty famous touhou fan in Finland. Have you ever heard of him?

Yeah, Setz or Setzeri used to draw Touhou 4komas (danbooru link). Originally he posted his work apokalauta (if I remember right) where somebody spotted his work and uploaded to Danbooru. Nowadays he focuses on drawing his Lotta Svärd -series but also draws some Touhou pictures now and then.

I suggest you contact him directly via his twitter I linked.


Appreciate  the info!

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International / Vs: Hello, Finland Touhou Fans. 你们好!!
« : Helmikuu 01, 2019, 01:26:10 »
It's dead and been so for a long time.
I will have a lot questions about your touhou cosplay, anime convention, manga, music.....
So everything but the games themselves?

I only know of one Finnish OC doujinshi (a Touhou and MGS crossover iirc), it was made back in 2012 and marketed in a convention or something. I know of at least two people who used to make actual theme arranges (LENK64 and Tenebrae), but I think one of them just makes music of her own these days, while the other one just quit. There's a plenty of conventions here, and I'd imagine people still do cosplay there, but as usual they're filled with posers who don't actually care about the games and just want to dress up as characters they find neat looking, conventions are disgusting.

Edit: I don't know that much about the history, but I think people generally heard of it through the internet, and then it began to spread in the local weeb circles. I saw some of the characters on online imageboards and stuff without thinking much of them, until a friend introduced me to the games during the height of the east-Asian boom around these parts a decade ago. I played the games for a few years until it got boring. The fanbase (which was never more than just a couple handfuls of people) has mostly died out at this point, to the extent that former online fansites such as this one are completely abandoned. There's a Finnish (touhou) discord channel originating from this forum, but I don't think they really talk or care about the series.


Cool! That's good to know.

Because I met a Finnish touhou writer several days ago, and he told me that the touhou doujin makers are pretty scarce in Finland, especially in game and animation. But he also told me that you have an artist called "Setz", who is a pretty famous touhou fan in Finland. Have you ever heard of him?

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International / Hello, Finland Touhou Fans. 你们好!!
« : Tammikuu 31, 2019, 17:37:18 »
Hi, Finland Touhou fans, sorry for bothering you.

I am writing articles about the development of Touhou in different contries, and now is the Finnish term !! I have covered the Touhou info in Russia, Japan, China and Singapore. And I am glad to make an exchange for Finland Touhou info!

I would like to know the history of Touhou in Finland, how and when it came to Finland and became popular. How you share information, how many touhou fans exist in Finland............I WANT TO KNOW THEM ALL!!

This is a comprehensive process, I will have a lot questions about your touhou cosplay, anime convention, manga, music...... all aspects of Touhou. I wish to record the history of touhou in the real world like Hieda no Akyuu. The history should never be forgotten! This is not a easy path, but I would like to take the reponsibility and do it.

And I feel sorry that I don't know Finnish, and I cannot reply with Finnish. But you can reply with any language you want, I can take care of it.

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