Since you guys seemed to like yesterday's thread, I figured I'd do another real-life/anime comparison.
This time with an anime with a more obvious real-life counterpart: Inari, Konkon, Koi Iroha
Starting with the Inari station.
The main shrine, at the entrance.
Some of the angles are gonna be different since I didn't bring enough reference screencaps.
I'm pretty sure this place was in the anime at some point.
I'll try to find it.
Cardboard cutouts? Ooarai is full of them.
I love how they dress them up and shit, absolutely hilarious.
It was hard to get a good angle for this bridge.
I'm not even sure that was the right bridge.
rabu raibu hijack
hakodate. a little to the south.
This is probably not the right spot, but there are lots of places like that in the shrine, so it was hard to tell.
And that's it for the Inari pics, hope you enjoyed it.
And as a bonus, you may recognize this place if you have taste in anime.
wasn't much of a view at the top though.
Yeah, I'm never going to stop being mad over Japan's tastes.
Good thread though, OP. You're doing good.
In hindsight, maybe they were a bit unsettled by a Japanese goddess who's blonde and green-eyed, and has large breasts.
Would you sit next to a lonely 3D?
New content? Oh, you'd like that, wouldn't you.
Well, the section of the Kamogawa river she's sitting at isn't more than 100 meters from the Sanjo bridge. If she was cute I might invite her to grab a beer at the Lawson on the corner and sit a bit further down the river.
It's a pretty nice place. Too bad I didn't watch the show before visiting last month.
>>one month hiatus
You kids and your one-month hiatuses...
Fucking Togashi why aren't your hiatuses that short ;_;
What a coincidence, I was exactly there one month and a half ago. The Japs really like having fun with emas, don't they?
The Uka sign was still there and the whole neighborhood was plastered with Inari Konkon Koi Iroha posters.
I remember going through the exact shopping arcade in Paris as in Ikoku Meiro no Croisée too.
Aya Yakisoba. It was delicious.
Yama no Susume:
From what I gathered at Ooarai, the elderly people there are grateful for the Garupan anime, especially since being somewhat affected by the 2011 tsunami due to being a coastal town. It brought in a significant amount of tourism money for them.
If you do Kyoto (I wasnt in the last thread so sorry if you already did it then), you should compare it to Tatami.
That would be amazing
everyone seems to be having fun with it
>implying the old men aren't the biggest fans
and updated for the movie. Anime like these brings a lot of tourism to the city so everyone enjoys it.
Every fucking street is pristine. It's like everyone treats every single train station, road, and walkway like it's their favorite park.
White people, get your shit together, god damn it. My white, middle income neighborhood looks like Delhi by comparison.
That is neither funny nor relevant
Why should I give a shit?
It's aesthetically pleasing in my chinese cartoons, anime isn't a budgetless drawing competition, and I'm not familiar enough with Japan for it to be distractingly derivative.
Jap shrines and temples give me boners. Feels bad that I'm too poor and assburger to go to Japan.
Holy fuck is that pleasing to look at