The house from Wolf Children is located in the town of Kamiichi in real life, so I went there to take some pictures. This post mostly contains pictures of various interesting sights I saw while there. If you want to see more comparison shots check out part 2.
At Kamiichi Station, I rented one of these bikes. Unlike a lot of other remote places I've been in Japan, they had mountain bikes here instead of simple mamachari bicycles.
Which was a good thing, because there were uphill roads almost all the way to the house. A few of them were dangerous too, like this road which had warning signs for falling rocks.
Bear warning signs as well. The roads weren't in the best of shapes either, so it was good to have a proper bicycle. Better try to avoid going up all these steep rural roads during winter if you plan to go there yourself.
Kamiichi tourism map I saw on the way. There are some hot springs and lots of temples and shrines in the town. You can see the Wolf Children house on this map as well in the upper right part.
There were Wolf Children signs near the house, so you couldn't mistake it for one of the few other nearby houses. The house is open to visitors, but check the visiting hours on the official website before you go.
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To the right of the area in the previous picture there was a small field.
The field had this Wolf Children inspired warning sign.
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The house itself. The guy who runs the official website, Hidenori Kawabata, was visiting from Hiroshima and he owned a car similar to the one in the movie, which you can see parked outside the house.
Inside the entrance to the house. There's a donation box here for people visiting.
Map of the whole house.
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The main living room. On the wall there were drawings of countries people who had visited were from. The guy who runs the website, which is also the vice president of the NPO that takes care of the house, asked me to draw one as well, which you can spot on the floor if you look closely.
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Closeup of the little table from the previous picture.
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On the wall to the left in this room they had lots of drawings made by people who visited and a copy of the dress Hana made for Yuki in the movie.
Right side of the room. The Boy and the Beast poster on the wall, another movie made by Mamoru Hosoda, the director of Wolf Children.
You could pose for pictures in this cardboard cutout.
Poster for a howling contest that happened at the house earlier in the year.
Small area in front of the main living room with various Wolf Children goods and some pictures on display.
One of the pictures was of Mamoru Hosoda and other staff visiting the house. Mamoru Hosoda is on the left and the owner of the house Masami Yamazaki, which is also the president of the NPO, is sitting next to him.
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The room next to the main living room. You can see the view outside which is different from the anime.
If you look closely at the top of the previous picture you can see that they had these shikishi sign boards from people who had visited here.
In a corner of the room they had some goods for sale.
And they had one of these guestbooks as well.
I signed it of course.
This location was visited on 2016/10/11.
House official website
Special thanks to the ones who went here before: