Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Your Name - Other Tokyo Locations

Here's a round-up of some more Tokyo locations shown in the trailers for Makoto Shinkai's Your Name that didn't fit in with the other posts.

Image from Trailer 2 - 00m54s

This sign north of Aoyama-itchōme Station has been put on the overpass near Shinanomachi Station in the movie. I've marked the location of a police station to the south of this sign in the map below. Just follow the road a bit further north and turn around and you should spot the sign.

Image from Teaser Trailer 2 - 00m19s

This is the rooftop where Taki observes the meteor shower.

Image from Trailer 1 - 01m18s

One of the antennas on the roof is similar. This location is to the west of Akasaka Palace, close to the Chūō Main Line tracks and a Catholic religious institute. If you decide to visit this place yourself, do remember that it is a private residence and you should NOT trespass.

Image from Trailer 1 - 01m16s

I also spotted some tower cranes while near this rooftop which reminded me of the ones from the movie.

Image from Trailer 1 - 01m06s

Leading up to the building with the rooftop is this road. It doesn't look exactly the same as in the movie since there's a fence all the way, but you can see some of the skyscrapers in the background that matches.

Image from Trailer 1 - 00m29s

The restaurant where Taki works part-time is a part of the chain called Cafe La Boheme in real-life. It's just north of a garden where a certain other Shinkai movie takes place.

We had some pasta for a really late lunch here. At lunch time when we first got here there were a long queue of people waiting to get in because of the popularity of the movie.

Location map:

These locations were visited on 2016/09/19 and 2016/09/28.

Special thanks to the ones who went here before:君の名は。archives/cat_1237325.html

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