We finally made it to Fukuoka! And of course we went around Hakata as if we’re Bambino!. One thing we found about this city, or Fukuoka in general, is that you may lost in bridges. Seriously, this area has sooooo…. many bridges. No wonder, for Bambino itself, there are at least three bridges that was filmed in the dorama.
Most of JE idol’s PV were shot inside a studio, so when they finally shot something outside it means there’s something special about the place. For example this certain filming location we visited recently, where Hey!Say!JUMP shot their “Asu e no Yell” PV (they shot it inside the building though….).
What doramas did you watch this summer? If Suki na Hito ga Iro Koto is on your list, this post will be perfect for you. We’re gonna explore filming locations, focusing on Kamakura and Enoshima, of this Fuji TV’s dorama.
Hisashiburi! We’re back with a post on filming location, yeah! We’re gonna take you to Tennozu Isle in Shinagawa. There are at least 3 bridges in this area. But the most popular one for filming location is probably this one:
Looks familiar? Yes, you might have seen it in Lucky Seven, Yamada Taro Monogatari and many other doramas and movies (we just can’t remember them all :p). These two Arashi-member doramas took few scenes in this bridge and its surrounding area. Let’s have a look!
We’re back with another filming location for one of our favorite doramas: Yamada Taro Monogatari! This location is actually a park and quite far from Tokyo’s city center, but it’s lovely. Just take a look at this scene:
Most of filming location that we have visited are located far from the crowd and a bit hard to find, but not this one. You can go there without worry to get lost. Plus it became the location of many famous doramas and movies. Can you guess?