Sunday, December 10, 2017

K-On - Hirasawa House Location

The next K-On place I visited was the location of the house where Yui and Ui Hirasawa lives.

Image from S1E4 - 05m16s

This is the location, but the house itself doesn't match.

Image from S2E9 - 00m24s

The house on the left in the picture here is the only one that matches.

Image from S2E9 - 00m40s

Most of the houses around here does match though, except the one where the Hirasawas lives and the one where the old lady neighbour lives.

Image from S2E9 - 04m57s

Reverse view.

Image from S2E15 - 18m12s

There's several houses in the spot where the old lady neighbour lives in real life.

Image from S2E15 - 18m25s

This parking lot across the street from the location of the neighbour's house is the same as in the show.

Image from S2E15 - 18m25s

The buildings behind Ritsu and Mugi as well.

Image from K-On movie - 34m57s

Yui says goodbye to her family in the movie before heading towards Shūgakuin Station.

Image from S1E7 - 04m10s

A bit further down the street from the house there's also this place where Yui and Ui walks in the winter.

Image from S1E7 - 04m14s

Yui notices that Ui doesn't have a scarf.

Image from S1E7 - 04m22s

And she shares hers with Ui.

Image from S1E7 - 04m29s

The two buildings here seems to be a bit further apart in real life.

Image from S1E7 - 04m31s

Yui enjoys the warm scarf.

Image from S1E7 - 04m45s

The buildings doesn't really match in this reverse angle.

Image from S1E12 - 11m38s

Near the house is also the place where we see Yui fishing for lobsters in a flashback.

Image from S1E12 - 11m30s

There's not really a stream here though, more like a gutter.

Image from S1E12 - 11m34s

Nodoka picking flowers.

Image from S1E12 - 11m49s

The 2 buildings in the middle with red roof tiles seems to be the only ones to match here.

Image from S1E12 - 11m57s

Nodoka checks up on Yui. I've marked a path from where Yui and Ui walks together to this place in the map below.

Location map:

This location was visited on 2017/10/30.

Special thanks to the ones who went here before:

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