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Reisen Udongein Inaba LWP

Reisen Udongein Inaba LWP

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Reisen Udongein Inaba LWP

Features:- For anime and manga fans from fans- Support for phones and tablets - You can select desired area and disable scrolling in settings- Animation speed can be changed in settings- Free and without in-app purchasesDo you like our application? Please rate it, let us know.For improvements and requests please contact us here: lovakiskitjakarn@gmail.comDon’t forget to check our other anime live wallpapers. Thank You. NOTE:All rights goes to their original owners. All credits goes to the original artists.Reisen Udongein Inaba (鈴仙・優曇華院・イナバ) is one of the legendary moon rabbits who fled from the Moon to Earth as a refugee from the "Lunar War" between the two worlds that began in 1969 A.D. after the Apollo 11 "invasion". Making her way to Gensokyo, she was surprised to meet the notorious fugitives Kaguya Houraisan and Eirin Yagokoro, and asked for asylum in Eientei. In exchange, she works for and protects Kaguya and Eirin.Her full name is Reisen Udongein Inaba (鈴仙・優曇華院・イナバ), which is often abbreviated to Reisen U. Inaba (鈴仙・U・イナバ). Originally, her name was written in katakana as "Reisen" (レイセン), but in order to blend in on Earth, she changed the spelling to "Reisen" (鈴仙) and adopted the surname "Udongein" (優曇華院) from Eirin Yagokoro. Note that "gein" is pronounced the same way as the English word "gain"; her name should be written as "Udonge'in" in romaji, and possibly as "Udongeïn" in French. "Inaba" (イナバ), drawn from Tewi Inaba, is a name Kaguya Houraisan uses for all the rabbits in Eientei as she has trouble distinguishing between them.In canon, Eirin Yagokoro is the only one who is allowed to call Reisen by the name "Udonge" or "Udongein", though she also calls her "Reisen" from time to time, particularly when she is not present. Kaguya is seen to use both "Inaba" and "Reisen".The characters for Reisen literally mean something like "bell hermit", and Udongein "house of plantain flowers". Titles ending in 院 ("-in") were typically granted to Japanese noblewomen in their old age to indicate their special contribution to a temple or their high place in society, and carry a sense of great nobility and culture. This title is similar to posthumous names, called ingou (院号); examples include Kenreimon-In and Taikenmon-In.

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