If My Favorite Pop Idol Made it to the Budokan, I Would Die
Okayama City, Okayama Pref.

If My Favorite Pop Idol Made it to the Budokan, I Would Die

Eripiyo lives in Okayama Prefecture and is a passionate fan of Maina, a member of the minor idol group ChamJam. 
Eripiyo wears a red jersey from her high school days.
Eripiyo swings around a salmon pink penlight.
Eripiyo is the only one who pays tribute to Maina.
She contributes all of her income to her idol, and thinks about her 24 hours a day.
The way she shouts out the name of her idol with all her might is legendary amongst her fellow fans, and everyone looks up to her.
'If one day Maina made it to the Budokan... I would die!', declares Eripiyo.  
The legendary idol fan gets many idols and fans involved, and it's still going on today!

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ⒸAURI HIRAO/TOKUMA SHOTEN,OSHIBUDO Project

Highlights of "Okayama City, Okayama Prefecture", an anime sacred spot

Okayama City is nationally famous for the legend of Momotaro, including the Momotaro statue that appeared in "If My Favorite Pop Idol Made It to the Budokan, I Would Die", but there are also many historical sightseeing spots, and Okayama Castle is one that should not be missed. The castle was built with reference to Azuchi-Momoyama Castle and is regarded as a forerunner of early modern castles. Its asymmetrical pentagonal tower is unique in Japan. After major renovations in November 2022, the castle reopened, and the black outer walls, which gave the castle its name of "Ujo" (Crow Castle), were restored, making it a castle well worth seeing.

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