Nagato Yuki chan no shoshitsu
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Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Pref.

Nagato Yuki chan no shoshitsu

This is a spinoff of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, a title credited for the recent popularity of animes and light novels. This story is an easygoing school romantic comedy that takes place in the Koyoen area of Nishinomiya, Hyogo Prefecture. While Nagato Yuki was a stoic girl in The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, in this title she is portrayed as a girl who is full of emotion and in love. The title is distinctive in that themes of supernatural powers and aliens have been taken out, and all the characters are now merely "regular students", so this title can be enjoyed by itself.

©2015 Nagaru TANIGAWA・Noizi ITO・PUYO/KADOKAWA/Literture club of the north high school

Sightseeing Spot in This Area

Nishinomiya, Hyogo Prefecture, is home to professional baseball's Hanshin Tigers and to high school baseball players’ holy site Hanshin Koshien Stadium. The clock (as pictured) located to the northwest of Hankyu Nishinomiya-Kitaguchi Station is named among fans as "Haruhi's Clock", and is an anime pilgrimage site visited by many. On another note, Nishinomiya is also a famed sake wine producing city that has long used local water "Miyamizu" to make its sake. As the home of the god of commerce, Ebessan, Nishinomiya Shrine hosts the Toka Ebisu Festival every year, where people who wish to be the year's fukuotoko (Lucky Man) gather for an early-morning sprint race to compete for the honor to be blessed by the deity. Shukugawa Park, a well-known place for viewing cherry blossoms, makes an appearance in the anime, and is in an area with many trendy cafes and dessert shops.

Japanese Anime 88-Spots Certification Plates & Memorial Stamp

【LOCATION】
〈Café Dream〉
【ADDRESS】
Takeda Building,1-12-12,Kofuen,Nishonomiya-shi, Hyogo, 662-0832, Japan

Memorial Stamp

【LOCATION】
Nishinomiya branch of NOMURA SECURITIES CO.,LTD.
【ADDRESS】
1-3-8,Kofuen,Nishonomiya-shi, Hyogo, 662-0832, Japan

Certificate Plaque