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Tokyo - Odaiba

I decided to do this section to represent you the city where Digidestined from season 1 and season 2 live. And that is in Tokyo, more specific in Odaiba. Some things you saw in season 1 or season 2 are actually real. For Example Tokyo tower, Fuji TV, ... I searched for their Odaiba Elementary school too but it seems that their school is just fictional.

Odaiba is a large artificial (that means that a human-constructed it more than nature) island in Tokyo Bay. Odaiba is connected to Tokyo Center with the Rainbow Bridge (you can also see this bridge in Digimon!).

Odaiba attractions (or more likely Digimon stuff that are real):

Fuji TV studios: I am sure that everyone remembers Episode 37 from season 1 where Wizardmon died. That all was happening on Fuji TV studio. This giant building with the giant ball is actually Fuji TV! Fuji TV is really known (or popular) in Japan. If you want to know some more information about Fuji TV go and visit their official website. (http://www.fujitv.co.jp/index.html)


(On the left is a picture from Digimon, on right from the real world)

Oh, we can also see Fuji TV on one Digimon CD's Cover (Original Story 2003 Spring) - from behind.



(On the left is a picture from Digimon, on right from the real world)

Rainbow Bridge: Like I already said, this bridge connects Odaiba with Tokyo Central. First its name wasn't Rainbow Bridge but 'Shuto Expressway No. 11 Odaiba Route Tokyo port connector bridge' (what a long name o.o). But they changed it (thank god for that xD). If you are wondering why .. My opinion is that because at night the bridge has rainbow lights on it! I don't know if that is the reason, but ... the name suits it! ;D



(On the left is a picture from Digimon, on right from the real world)

Giant Saw: I searched for its real name but I didn't find it. Maybe it's just some 'statue' of a giant saw. Let me recall your memory! In episode 35 when Palmon finally digivolves to his Ultimate level we can see this giant saw. Mimi's father wants to fight with an evil Digimon but he crashes with his 'car' into this saw. I really like this statue, it's something unusual ... don't you think? ;D



(On the left is a picture from Digimon, on right from the real world)

Tokyo Exhibition Center (or Tokyo Big Sight): We can see that in episode 35 too. People were closed in this exhibition center. It has really an interesting shape xD We can also see inside of this center and it's kind of the same as in the real one! People fought with evil Digimon there.


(On the left is a picture from Digimon, on right from the real world)


(On the left is a picture from Digimon, on right from the real world)

Palette Town Ferris Wheel: That is this carousel we can see through Tai's home window. In movie 2 when Izzy came to visit Tai there is this wheel in the background. It also shows it closely when Diablomon attacks and changes all the codes and this wheel becomes crazy and spins really fast ... I like that cabins gave different colors (rainbow colors!).


(On the left is a picture from Digimon, on right from the real world)

Odaiba Beach: In episode 12 (season 2) we can see Odaiba Beach. When Sora, Yolei, Davis, and Cody tried to save Biyomon, Kari went to Odaiba Beach with Gatomon to relax and didn't get their help message.



(On the left is a picture from Digimon, on right from the real world)

25 Porticos: 25 Porticos are already shown in the first season. We can see them through Tai's apartment (balcony) - when his cat Miko "throws" Kari's digivice through the balcony. Porticos are really close to Odaiba beach (and also the Rainbow bridge). They are also very close to Tai's apartment. He should be in the block next to porticos, but there're some "problems". I already explained that in the movie and season 1 their view si different, but it's impossible to see both things. So I don't know if Tai really lives next to Porticos (if you see the real pictures) or is his apartment fictional. (On the left in the picture you can see Kakuetsu market - in real life it's called Maruetsu market).



(On the left is a picture from Digimon, on right from the real world)


(On the left is a picture from Digimon, on right from the real world)

Telecom Center Building: This center was shown in episode 21 (season 1). It was actually shown for a few seconds. But that's Telecom Center Building. It is also called Tokyo Teleport Center. It was build in the year 1995. The building is actually really high - it has 21 floors and the two buildings are connected with the corridor on the top of them.



(On the left is a picture from Digimon, on right from the real world)

Tokyo Water Cruise (Suijo-Bus): This is shown in season 1, episode 36. There's this station at Hinode pier - a station of Suijo-Bus (water-bus). T.K. and Joe were there in episode 36. They were there with Ikkakumon (they were in the water and since Ikkakumon can swim they used him as a boat ;D).



(On the left is a picture from Digimon, on right from the real world)

Dai-san Daiba ~ "Battery nr.3": We can see this island many times in the first and second seasons. There are 6 different islands and this is the third one. It was transformed into a park, the Metropolitan Daiba Park. In season 1 we can see the island when Tai and Agumon were after Myotismon which kidnapped Gatomon. In season 2, the island is sometimes in the background. The DigiDestined also has the island as their meeting point.



(On the left is a picture from Digimon, on right from the real world)


(On the left is a picture from Digimon, on right from the real world)

In season 2 they aren't any new Odaiba locations (there are, but I couldn't find them - it's hard because I'm not from Japan and I can't do a lot of researches about it). Some locations are in Tokyo but not in Odaiba and this section is just for Odaiba (for example Tokyo tower). I accidentally found something that could be T.K.'s block! It's near Shiokaze Park. Maybe that's not T.K.'s block but since it's similar ... I wanted to share it with you. I think that that's actually a hotel. Maybe it was an inspiration to make T.K.'s residence.


(On the left is a picture from Digimon, on right from the real world)

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