This monogatari is also named "The Tale of Princess Kaguya".
This card's effect reflects part of the plot of the monogatari: Princess Kaguya is visited by 5 princes that ask for her hand in marriage (enemy's monster), of whom she asks to conclude impossible tasks for her to accept their marriage proposal (reflected by sending a monster with the same name from the Main Deck or Extra Deck to negate the effect) but none of them can conclude their tasks (reflected by returning the monster back to the hand if a monster with the same name is not sent to the graveyard). Her also being returned to the hand by her last effect can be a representation of her going back to her people on the Moon.
This is the first card among the 'Fairy Tail' monsters to not be related to Grimms' Fairy Tales.
Due to her more archaic theme, this monsters has a scroll on its tail, instead of a book like the other 'Fairy Tail' monsters.