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the tri. plot megapost _ Chapter 1

This is the Project I’ve been working on for a while. Basically, it consists in me rewatching Chapters 1-4 and writing out every.single little plot detail that may or may not become relevant later on. It’s divided into Chapters to make it more readable. I’m doing this for Reference purposes, but I figured it may be useful for other people as well.

I may insert the ocasional note/comment, but otherwise this list will be completely objective. Feel free to add anything I may have missed.

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Digimon Tri, 2015 | Odaiba 2015 

Childhood nostalgia meets travel nostalgia!

Odaiba has seen way too many anime cameos to count, but I was compelled to do Digimon Tri when I saw this area featured; aptly enough it was also one of the first areas I’ve visited on my first trip to Japan. I don’t think the fans of anime/manga who make their pilgrimages to comiket would need much introduction to this area, but just for noting, the locations covered were Palette Town, Fuji TV Building and Decks Tokyo Beach.  There’re a lot more spots worth visiting in this area for sure, would recommend a late afternoon to night visit, because the view is stunning at night!

Random muse: This escalator at the edge of Tokyo Decks was set as an up escalator, not a down escalator as was shown in the anime. Yes I know escalators can be programmed to move either way, but when you only have one escalator in the area the default choice would usually be to set it as an up escalator as it’s tougher navigating up stairs than down, just saying!

Other fandom travel musings:

[Hyouka] Hida Takayama [Hotarubi no Mori e] Kamishikimi Kumanoimasu Shrine [Digimon Tri] Odaiba [Kyoukai no Kanata] Nara [Tsuritama!] Enoshima Island I & II [Free!] Iwami, Tottori |Sydney I &II [Durarara!!] Ikebukuro| [Durarara!! X2] Ikebukuro I &II &3 [Haikyuu!!] Sendai City Gym, Miyagi [TWEWY] Shibuya


The Giant Orb of Fuji TV Building in Odaiba (お台場) Tokyo Japan by TOTORORO.RORO
Via Flickr:
Architectures of the headquarters of Fuji Television and Aquacity mall in Odaiba (お台場) Tokyo Japan Camera Information: Model: Sony NEX-5N, Shutter Speed: 1/800 sec, Aperture: f/6, Focal Length: 50mm, ISO: 100 Lens: Metabones Sony A-mount to NEX Speed Booster Adapter + Sony 50mm f/1.4 Lens Alpha Mount (SAL50F14).