South Window City is the principle city of South Window Principality. It is one of the oldest cities in Dunan and was once the capital of the Dunan Monarchy. As such, it was usually treated with a measure of respect within the City-State of Jowston. Its main industries are tourism and commerce, with the city crowded year-round by tourists and traders.
The carefully cultivated bonsai have become something of a feature of the city and the plaza outside the city hall is open for the peace and relaxation of its citizens.
Six months after the destruction of North Window, South Window City would receive a zombie head from Two River City, claiming to be under the influence of Neclord and pushing the two city-states to the brink of war. However, it would be revealed that the message accompanying the head would be a forgery, commissioned by Kou Long and his compatriots to spark a war and make a profit in the arms trade. The plot uncovered, tensions would quickly resolve.
During the Dunan Unification War, the city suffered many attacks from the Highland Kingdom and was occupied for a time. Following the war, however, South Window has followed a path of steady recovery.
South Window City's theme in Suikoden II is the song "Nahla Jan Kun", which is song 10 on disc 2 of box 1 of the Genso Suikoden II Original Game Soundtrack. The track's title seemingly derives from Arabic, mostly likely the phrase "نهلهجانكن", meaning "I will be happy".
- Genso Suikoden I & II Official World Guide Book (ISBN 4-471-36033-7), page 57
- Genso Suikoden Short Story Collection 1 (ISBN 4-8402-1494-8), pages 261-340