In this article, you will discover some Noragami Real-life Locations in Japan that can be great for anime tourism. Noragami(Stray god) is an anime based on a manga by Adachitoka. It follows the story of Yato, who is a god who lost his powers and must find new ones to regain them.
Along the way, he meets Hiyori Iki and Yukine Mitama who become his assistants as he tries to find his place in this world.
The purpose of this article is to provide you with information about where some of the most popular locations from Noragami are located so that if you ever visit Japan or plan on doing so in the future, then these places will be easier for you to find!
This is the first Noragami real-life location we will discuss. The shrine enshrines Sugawara no Michzane a poet and scholar the god of learning. Yushima Tenmangu is also known as Yushima Tenjin as it’s dedicated to Tenjin.
It’s located near Ueno Park and the University of Tokyo which makes it a suitable spot for students to pray wish for good grades and write their academic goals on ema(wooden plaques). Yushima Tenmangu also hosts events throughout the year like the Plum Blossom, Tenjin Festival and Chrysanthemum Festival.
This shrine features in the Noragami as Yato pays a visit to the chief. The shrine is quite beautiful. It’s highly recommended to visit the shrine as it’s quite peaceful and beautiful. Many ema in the shrine even feature characters from the anime
It’s easy to access the shrine. Shinjuku Nishiguchi Station you can take the Oedo Line to Uenookachimachi Station which is just 17 minutes by train
Most locations around the Oizumi-gakuen Station Area feature in the anime. If you walk across Oizumi-Gakuen Station, you will feel like you are revisiting some scenes from Noragami. The anime perfectly replicated the real-life areas so it will be difficult for you to not recognize them.