The stage RONIN-Gai takes place on a bridge overlooking the district during the day. The background is filled with turning windmills, sakura blossoms, and a large dragon statue. The characters themselves fight on a massive scroll laid upon the ground. Another stage, RONINGAI -Night-, shows the same area at night, with paper lanterns and fireworks in the background. Unlike most alternate stages, this one shares many of the same background characters as its original.
- “Rōnin” is a term given to a samurai without a master, likely referencing the people of Ikaruga’s loss of Tenjō Amanohokosaka.