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Tenshi Hinanawi
çinanai tẽɕi (♫)
Tenshi Hinanawi in Antinomy of Common Flowers
Junge Dame vom Himmel der unerkannten Unerkenntnis
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Alternative Namen Tenshi Hinanai
Spezies Celestial (Himmlische)
Fähigkeiten Manipulation der Erde, Erkennung von jemandes Geist (Schwert von Hisou)
Tätigkeit Celestial
Heimat Himmel
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Tenshi Hinanawi (比那名居 天子 Hinanawi Tenshi) is the "Eldest Daughter" (総領娘 souryou musume) of the Hinanawi clan, as referred to by Iku Nagae, that resides in Heaven. Being in heaven, she has a rather carefree life which she considers boring.


Tenshi first appeared in Reimu Hakurei's scenario as the final boss of the fighting game Scarlet Weather Rhapsody and was a recurring final boss for most other characters; she's also an unlockable playable character. She later appeared as a target in Double Spoiler, was a background character in Hopeless Masquerade and was one of the Final Day bosses in Impossible Spell Card. Like some other characters, Tenshi was left out of Symposium of Post-mysticism because "they have nothing to do with Kanako, Hijiri or Miko".[1]


In her official profile, Tenshi is described as being "sheltered upbringing", selfish and top of the world. Despite being a celestial, she is very earthly who lacks charisma. That's not surprising, however, because she became a celestial only because the entire Hinanawi family became celestials when the Nawi became divine spirits. Therefore, she lacks awareness of what it means to be a celestial.

She is described as "delinquent". An overly privileged environment had a negative effect on her playful nature. She doesn't consider what her actions mean to other people. She also has absolute confidence in her abilities, and gets mad if someone insults them. ZUN described her as having a rather nice personality.[1]

Fähigkeit, Macht & Besitz

Tenshi and her sword, as shown in Grimoire of Marisa.

Although it's not because Tenshi has undergone special training, she is extraordinarily strong and tough. This toughness is to the extent that she cannot be pierced by Sakuya Izayoi's knives[2]. This seems to be an effect of heavenly peaches; when one eats them, it forges one's body to one's convenience. Heaven hasn't got normal food other than this peach, so all celestials probably eat these peaches and strengthen their bodies. Also, her weapons include innumerable danmaku keystones of various sizes and her shape-shifting sword Sword of Hisou.

Manipulation der Erde

Earthquakes, land subsidence, landslides, etc. - her effective range is narrow, but she is able to manipulate them at will. It is similar to Suwako Moriya's "creating kun (the Earth)", but Suwako's ability is mainly for the sake of constructing various geographical features and creating countries, whereas Tenshi's ability is mainly a power to calm and cause (land-related) natural disasters. Since she is also able to handle the keystone, by this, she is able to calm and cause powerful earthquakes.

Identifizierung von jemandes Geist (Schwert von Hisou)

The Sword of Hisou is a tool that nobody other than celestials can use.

Even with just the keystone and the Sword of Hisou, she would still probably still be able to manipulate all three of "sky, earth and people". The Sword of Hisou has power related to "sky" and "people", and the keystone has power related to "Earth". In her moves in the games, by pouring spirit into the Earth using the Sword of Hisou, she caused earthquakes and land subsidence, but for the keystone, there were pretty much only moves that used it for throwing, hitting, smashing, and as a seat, ways that not at all related to earthquakes (however, in Touhou Hisoutensoku, a move was added which used the keystone to cause earthquakes).

As the keystone was originally for calming earthquakes, if the keystone, which stores distorted energy of the Earth, was ever removed or destroyed, then an earthquake occurs. Since causing earthquakes in this manner takes time and is difficult to use in battle, that is probably the reason it wasn't used in battle.

On the other hand, as there was a move which fired a laser made of spirit from the keystone and not from the Sword of Hisou, it might be better not to consider its performance in the game too deeply.


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A sketch by ZUN, shown on MAGNet.


Her full name is Tenshi Hinanawi (比那名居 天子). In Tenshi (天子), it has ten (, "sky, heaven") and shi (, "child"), which is a common ending for girl's names, so the literal meaning of her first name is "The child of heaven". Incidentally, the word tenshi (天子) is used to refer to the monarch in both Japanese and Chinese language. Also, Tenshi can be interpreted as an "angel" (天使 tenshi) in Japanese, a likely reference to her being a Celestial in this case. Ten () is a kanji used in the Japanese title of Scarlet Weather Rhapsody (Vorlage:Lang).

Meanwhile in her surname, hina (比那) may be from the "Hina Tori-no-Mikoto" (比那鳥命) of Hina shrine in Izumo city, Shimane prefecture of Japan, from a legend of a goddess, and it may be a name to indicate her characteristics of "female" and "earthquakes". However, as Hina has a father, it cannot be said that the entire family is female. "Hina" could also mean "young chicken, small" ().It's pronunciation can also mean "Goddess" (此売 hina)

Nawi (名居), also called "Nai/Nawi no Kami" (名居守), is pronounce similarly to nai (ない). It's an obsolete word meaning "Earth", and 名居振る (nawifuru) meant "earthquake", which can be found in the Nihon Shoki. "Furu" meant, like how it is read, to shake or vibrate. In a shift, "Nawi" acquired the meaning of "earthquakes", and was thus worshiped as a god of earthquakes. The "wi" (Vorlage:Lang) in Hinanawi (Vorlage:Lang) is a kana that is unused in Modern Japanese. In present day Japanese, her last name is pronounced "Hinanai". Also, another meaning of "Hinanawi" is "The Goddess of Earthquake".

Before becoming a celestial, her first name was Chiko (地子, lit. "earth child").


Tenshi has dark red eyes and long blue hair. She wears a white button-up blouse with a red bow at the collar, a blue dress with a light blue bow on the back and brown lace-up boots similar to that of Alice Margatroid's and carries an apron on her dress. The apron has a rainbow-patterned shard link around it, and wears a black hat decorated with two peaches and leaves. Supposedly, Tenshi should have a cloud pattern in her skirt, similar to the one in Utsuho's, Miko's and Sumireko's capes, but due to the lack of time it wasn't implemented.

Tenshis Auftritte


Scarlet Weather Rhapsody

Due to the boring life in Heaven of constant drinking and relaxation, Tenshi decides to cause a disaster by gathering the thought energy of everyone in Gensokyo in the form of scarlet clouds, threatening an earthquake. Her true intent is to resolve her boredom by attracting others to resolve the incident. This disruption causes a preliminary tremor, which wrecks Reimu Hakurei's shrine and causes several events to unfold from there. Eventually, Tenshi rebuilds Reimu's shrine. However, Yukari Yakumo becomes angry when she learns that Tenshi has built a Keystone into its foundation, and has the shrine destroyed and rebuilt once more so that she can seal it.[3] Eventually a groundbreaking ceremony is held in Heaven, attended by most of the game's playable characters.

The weather type Aurora, meaning "Northern (or Southern) Lights", is associated to Tenshi.

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Double Spoiler
Tenshi's sprite in DS

In Double Spoiler, Tenshi used her keystones as danmaku in her spell cards and had Aya Shameimaru and Hatate Himekaidou taking photos of her and her danmaku.

Hopeless Masquerade

Tenshi made a background cameo appearance in Hopeless Masquerade on the Palanquin Ship and Youkai Tanuki Forest stage. She is seen standing on a keystone while hovering in the air.

Impossible Spell Card

After apparently reading the newspaper by the tengu about a mischief-making amanojaku, she becomes one of the many strong youkai and humans to try and stop Seija Kijin in the final day. She uses spell cards that are considered impossible to dodge.


Suika Ibuki

Suika travelled up to Heaven and beat up Tenshi to get some land. Iku mentions in her ending that Tenshi must have given it to her without consulting any of the other celestials about the matter. Since then, Suika played at least one prank on Tenshi by gathering up many others to come fight her. Tenshi initially figured that it'd be okay because Suika will get bored and leave heaven soon, but by the time the final story (Tenshi's) in Scarlet Weather Rhapsody ends, Suika's still up there, causing Tenshi to worry about just how long the oni plans on staying.

Iku Nagae

Iku comments to Tenshi that she was supposed to file a report before warning everyone about the earthquake, but couldn't because all of the Hinanawi clan were away from their homes. This implies that one of her duties is to file reports to the Hinanawi clan when an earthquake is about to occur (note, however, that this doesn't mean she is subservient to Tenshi's clan. Just that her job requires interacting with them). It is shown in her ending that she saw how spoiled and reckless the eldest child Tenshi was, and was never happy about it.

Her win quote to Tenshi implies that Iku often complained to Tenshi about how mad her father was whenever Iku reported him. To Tenshi, however, Iku was just a messenger. Tenshi's unauthorized use of a keystone finally caused Iku to take action and punish Tenshi (and for Tenshi to learn her name), although having no authority over a member of the Hinanawi meant that all Iku could do in the long term was complain about it.

Ihr Vater, Lord Nai

Iku mentions to Tenshi in a win quote that there's been repeated occasions where she's told Tenshi that her father was mad, and snaps that Tenshi should go report to him by herself for a change.



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Tenshi on the AWA shirt, by ZUN.
  • Eine Silhouette von Tenshi ist auf dem Cover von Scarlet Weather Rhapsody' und auf dem Cover von OST abgebildet.
  • Many of the mythological references Tenshi makes are those to the Tenbu (天部, Deva in sanskrit). In Buddhism, Deva are humans that have achieved enlightenment, and in Scarlet Weather Rhapsody, Tenshi mentions the five signs of death of a Deva. Devas are also known to be mortal in Buddhism, living long lives, but still remaining part of the circle of life and death. This too, ties in with the events in Komachi's scenario in the game. Considering earlier references by ZUN to the Tennin (such as several of Youmu's spell cards in Perfect Cherry Blossom), both Tenbu and Tennin are the same in Gensokyo.
  • One of her color palettes in Touhou Hisoutensoku resembles Renko Usami.
  • ZUN designed the official shirt for the 2013 Anime Weekend Atlanta convention. Tenshi appears on the shirt because the US state of Georgia is known as the Peach State, which is appropriate.


Offizielle Profile

Scarlet Weather Rhapsody - おまけ.txt

Tenshi Hinanawi  ○非想非非想天の娘

  比那名居 天子(ひななゐ てんし)








   比那名居 地子(ちこ)は名居守に遣えていた親のついでに天人になった

















Girl of the Sphere of Neither Perception nor Non-Perception (*)

Tenshi Hinanawi

(*) "非想非非想天" (Hisou-hihisou-ten, Naivasaṃjñānāsaṃjñāyatana, Vorlage:Lang) is the highest plane of the Buddhist heaven. It's shortened to "非想天" (Hisouten), and also known as "有頂天" (Uchouten or Bhavaagra, Vorlage:Lang).

Species: Fallen Celestial

A delinquent celestial living in the heavens.

The Hinanawi clan used to be a family of priests who were tasked to protect their keystone, which kept earthquakes under control.

However, even with the Hinanawi keystone, earthquakes occurred rather often. They occurred so often that it went out of the hands of Oomura-no-Kami, a celestial who was in charge of earthquakes at that time, so the Nawi clan, who had been serving the celestials, was ordered to take over the job around the Gensokyo area.

The Nawi clan was a family of earthbound priests, but were enshrined as divine spirits after their death in a small shrine beside a mountain lake known as Nawi-no-Kami. The Nawi-no-Kami still watch quietly watch over Gensokyo.

At the same time, the Hinanawi clan ascended to the heavens as a reward for serving Nawi-no-Kami when they were still alive.

However, unlike other celestials, the Hinanawis became celestials only by serving Nawi-no-Kami; that is, not through training. So they didn't have the reputation expected of celestials, and some even called them "bad" celestials.

When the Hinanawis became celestials, their daughter Chiko Hinanawi followed them and became a celestial as well, even though she was a young girl.

Chiko renamed herself Tenshi when she moved to heaven. She was not satisfied with how she was treated there, and often looked down on Gensokyo with jealousy toward the humans and youkai living on the ground.

One day, a sudden urge hit her as she saw the youkai on land enjoying using their power to invoke disaster and cause chaos.

"Geez, I'm tired of this boring celestial life! I can invoke a disaster, too!!"

Then she flew from her house, with the Sword of Hisou, a celestial tool, in hand...

Location: Heaven
Ability: Manipulating the earth

Ability to calm or cause earthquakes. Although effective area is not wide, she can cause an earthquake in a remote area as long as it's inside Gensokyo. This ability also allows her to cause disasters such as subsidence or mudslide.

Also, only the Hinanawi clan is allowed to put or remove Keystones in Gensokyo.

It is said that upon removal of the Keystones, all the ground in Gensokyo will tremble.

Sword of Hisou's ability: Identifying one's spirit

The Sword of Hisou is a celestial-only item that allows the wielder to exploit the opponent's weakness, no matter what. First, the sword converts the opponent's spirit to scarlet mist, then to the form that everyone can see. As the opponent's nature has surfaced, the sword can change itself to the most effective attributes.

Spirit surfaced by the sword takes the form of weather. Spirits slashed by the sword become scarlet mist, then the mist changes the weather.

Tenshi thinks that with her Keystone and Sword of Hisou, she can control all heaven, earth, and people.

Personality: Had a sheltered upbringing. Selfish. Top of the world.

She is very earthly for a celestial, and lacks charisma. That's not surprising, however, because she became a celestial only because the entire Hinanawi family became celestials when the Nawi became divine spirits. Therefore, she lacks awareness of what it means to be a celestial.

An overly privileged environment obviously had a negative effect on her playful nature. She doesn't consider what her actions mean to other people.

She has absolute confidence in her abilities, and gets mad if someone insults them.

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