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5 Times When Anime Used The Real Locations In The Series

6 months ago By AI Smith

Anime is a popular form of Japanese animation that has been enjoyed by people all over the world for decades. One of the things that makes anime so appealing is its ability to transport viewers to different worlds and cultures. This is often done through the use of real-world locations in anime series.

5 Times Anime Used Real Locations

  1. Your Name (2016) – Gifu Prefecture, Tokyo

One of the most famous examples of an anime that uses real locations is Your Name. This movie is set in Tokyo and features many of the city’s most iconic landmarks, such as the Shinanomachi Footbridge and the Meijijingu-Gaien Crossing. The filmmakers even went so far as to use Google Maps to make sure that the locations were depicted accurately.5 Times Anime Series Used Real Locations

Anime series are known for their fantastical worlds and characters, but sometimes they draw inspiration from real-world locations. Here are 5 times anime series used real locations:

  1. Kaguya-sama: Love Is War (2019-present) – Tamachi

This anime series is set in the fictional Shuchiin Academy, but many of the locations in the series are based on real places in Tokyo. For example, the school itself is based on the Aoyama Gakuin University.

  1. Haikyuu!! (2014-2020) – Kamei Arena Sendai

This anime series is about a high school volleyball team, and many of the matches in the series are held at real-world arenas. For example, the Miyagi Interhigh Preliminaries and Representative Playoffs are held at the Kamei Arena Sendai.

  1. Weathering With You (2019) – Tabata Station (South Exit)

This anime movie is set in Tokyo, and many of the locations in the movie are based on real places. For example, the scene where Hodaka and Hina meet at the train station is filmed at the Tabata Station (South Exit).

  1. Princess Mononoke (1997) – Yakushima

This anime movie is set in the fictional Ashitaka’s Village, but many of the locations in the movie are based on real places on the island of Yakushima. For example, the forest where Ashitaka meets San is based on the Shiratani Unsuikyo National Park.

These are just a few examples of anime series that use real locations. There are many other anime series that use real-world locations, and this trend is likely to continue as anime becomes more popular around the world.

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