Second part of my anime pilgrimage for Kaguya-sama: Love is War. Shimbashi Station has become part of the location of the series during episode 5, "Kaguya-sama Wants to Handle It". All the scenes are located at SL (Steam Locomotive) Square at the Hibiya Exit from station.
My anime pilgrimage around Asakusa area for Sarazanmai. All of the locations were pinpointed thanks to @survive_tactics, @flyingbird1124 and @tianlangxing.
Tsuki ga Kirei was the recent anime I binge watched this month. It was one of the popular anime during its airing and now I know why it is being loved by many. The series took place in Kawagoe, a real location in Saitama Prefecture.
I walked around Tokyo Dome City, where our couple, Akane and Kota, got their first amusement park date.
Made my first part pilgrimage trip for Kaguya-sama: Love is War at Mita, Minato-ku, the primary location of the series. Credits to @fly_ask for pinpointing the location.
I'm walking around the Marunochi area for Run with the Wind (Kaze ga Tsuyoku Fureiteiru). These scenes where during their participation on Hakone Ekiden, a university relay marathon that usually held during the first week of January.
revisited article on this link.
Yokohama is currently the city outside Tokyo I kept on visiting every month. It isn't as bustling a Tokyo so it is a good place to relax and walk around. It is also the home of one of the anime I am currently fond of which is the Bungou Stray Dogs.
*aiming to list the complete locations featured in the anime. This will get updated from time to time.
I'm back with the second part of my pilgrimage trip for Tada-kun Never Falls in Love. Once again, credits to @fly_ask for pinpointing the location.
More location of Tada-kun Never Falls in Love: Hibiya, Ginza
Your Lie in April is one of the most breathtaking anime during its airing last Fall 2014. I watched this before after its airing cause I don't want to wait another week for a cliffhanging, which is commonly happen in an anime, but later on I regretted and dropped this anime. Major spoilers were posted in my timeline and this got me no motivation to continue on. But maybe soon enough, I'll be giving myself a chance to rewatch and drop a bucket of tears.
Tada-kun Never Falls in Love is one of the series I've loved and followed during its airing last Spring season. It isn't because of the romance genre tagged on the series but the love of the photography Tada and the other members of the club had. It is quite rare to have a photographer as one of the main character therefore this anime has a special place in my heart.
I have been planning to visit this place during its airing but due to the Tokyo heat wave, it took me months till I push this trip. Not until yesterday, I decided to plan out this trip (credits to @fly_ask for pinpointing the location) and started my half-day pilgrimage of Tada-kun Never Falls in Love starting from Sakuradamon to Ginza.
More location of Tada-kun Never Falls in Love: Chidorigafuchi, Tokyo Skytree
聖地巡礼 (literally holy land pilgrimages) is Japanese term for visiting real life locations used in the anime. This will take you to the highest level of connection from the anime scenes to reality.
I started this kind of unique trip to one of the popular Makoto Shinkai's film, Your Name between February to March. Taki's scene held mostly on Tokyo so there no need for me to travel outside Tokyo (I'm setting Mitsuha's hometown for a special trip).
This trip was divided into three parts: Shinjuku, Yotsuya - Shinanomachi, and Roppongi.
pilgrimage & exploration