5 Jujutsu Kaisen Real Life Locations in Tokyo You Need to Visit
Jujutsu Kaisen is one of the popular and promising anime and manga and is loved by many otakus and non-otaku. Jujutsu Kaisen follows the story of high schoolers who are part of a secret group that practices Jujutsu sorcery. Most of the story is set in many places in Tokyo, Japan. If you have visited Tokyo deeply once you will notice some scenes in Jujutsu Kaisen that are actually found in Tokyo. Whether you trust me or not just keep reading because in this article we will show some real life locations of the series you need to visit. Besides Jujutsu Kaisen you can also visit the real life location of Steins;gate, sailor moon and Your name.
1. Harajuku Station
Our number one Jujutsu Kaisen location you need to visit is the Harajuku Station. It features a discussion scene between Megumi and Yuji out of the station. Later on, this location appears in fewer other scenes.
You can access Harajuku Station via Yamanote Line from major stations such as Shibuya or Shinjuku. The station was rebuilt for the Olympics and looks great now. The actual station and anime one really look alike. You will really feel like you are in the anime.
Note: There are many websites where you could watch Jujutsu Kaisen English Dub if you are not into the Japanese versions
2. Takeshita Street
Street Takeshi is a very famous Street in Harajuku featured in episode 3 I think. If you take a close you will notice that everything is really the same. You you are in Tokyo for A visit or just passing by, I recommend you visit this Street. It’s a very popular street. So while visiting Jujutsu Kaisen’s real life location, Takeshita Street should resonate in your head. And nice thing is that it’s just a minute’s walk from Harajuku Station.
Another amazing real life location that features in Jujutsu Kaisen is Roppongi Hills. It’s one of the dream destinations of tourists while visiting Tokyo. Nobara can be seen in Roppongi Hills in a scene standing and if you notice will you Tokyo Tower behind. The spot is a nice place for taking pictures. Roppongi Hill is easily accessible via Roppongi Station as it is just a short walk away.
Jujutsu Kaisen has great stores with many anime merchandises and even online. Banpresto/Figurine are available on Amazon and many other online stores
4. Morioka Station
Note: Morioka is not in Tokyo but we wanted you to know this real life location too.
Morioka is where Yuji ate the cursed finger and became two individuals. Morioka Station features at the beginning of the anime and it’s equally Yuji Hometown. You should note that he equally attended school there. However, Morioka is quite far from Tokyo but if you have just a little chance you should visit this Jujutsu Kaisen location.
This Tunnel features in Jujutsu Kaisen opening. Megumi seems like he is investigating something. This tunnel is even known to be one of the most haunted ones in Tokyo due to people claiming that they experience supernatural phenomena there. The tunnel is located in Shibuya and is easy to access. If you want to get the real anime experience visit the tunnel at night
Well, this is the end of our anime tourism. If while watching the anime you noticed places that were not mentioned here, then file us an email and we will get back to you or simply share the places. If you like Jujutsu Kaisen I guess you should check out these anime too and also these websites to read Jujutsu Kaisen manga