Tuesday, January 3, 2017

True Tears - Park

In True Tears there's a park that's shown in several episodes, so I went and had a look at the real life location.

Image from Episode 4 - 10m41s

The park is called Takaoka Kojo Park in real life. This picture is from the opposite side of the fountain, because the bench on the other side has been removed.

Image from Episode 4 - 10m43s

This is the fountain where Noe cleanses Shinichiro's tears.

Image from Episode 4 - 11m08s

Closeup of the bench that's still there.

Image from Episode 4 - 12m56s

The light post and the monument behind it are the same as in the anime.

Image from Episode 4 - 12m59s


Image from Episode 4 - 13m40s

The path got a similar shape.

Image from Episode 6 - 10m42s

Same with this gutter.

Image from Episode 6 - 10m52s

This is the entrance to the area inside the park with the fountain. The whole park is the former site of Takaoka castle.

Image from Episode 6 - 11m26s

To the right in the picture above you can spot Takaoka Gokoku Shrine.

Image from Episode 7 - 15m57s

Closeup of the fountain area entrance.

Image from Episode 8 - 13m33s

Hiromi and Jun standing near the fountain.

Image from Episode 11 - 15m24s

The park is within walking distance from Takaoka Station, but you could also take a tram from Takaoka Station to Kyūkan Iryō Center-mae Station since it's closer.

Image from Episode 2 - 13m25s

Close to Takaoka Kojo Park, there's also the place where Aiko works.

Image from Episode 1 - 12m53s

The place is called Takoyaki Hachi-Hachi instead of Imagawayaki Ai-chan in real life. It wasn't open yet when I was here so I didn't get to try it out.

Image from Episode 5 - 20m37s

Side of the building.

Image from Episode 6 - 03m18s

This place is closest to Etchū-Nakagawa Station, but you can walk here from any of the stations near Takaoka Kojo Park as well.

Image from Episode 8 - 03m57s

I've marked the path from the location of the fountain inside Takaoka Kojo Park to this place in the map below.

Location map:

This location was visited on 2016/10/12.

Park official website

Special thanks to the ones who went here before:

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