This time we post filming locations based on twitter’s request. The movie called 溺れるナイフ, with English title Drowning Love or The Knife That Dropped in Water. It was released in 2016 and have been played in 2017 Japanese Film Festival Indonesia. I did not watch it that time. So I just knew and enjoyed it after @ChaCrayong requested us for covering the filming locations of this movie (thank you!). And yes, the scenes and places are beautiful that they are worth our search and post here.
Filming Location: Platina Data – Shinagawa Station
In Japan, a train station is not only for those who commuting everyday. It also serves as a meeting place, a shopping arcade, a food court, and a -common- shooting location. Go watch Japanese movies, doramas, anime, or variety shows. They often have scenes set in a train station, if not or in addition to the scene inside the train.
This time we go with a 2013 movie starring Ninomiya Kazunari: Pla-ti-na-Da-ta (of course you have to read it the way Nino said it in the movie). The set is when Ryuhei Kagura being chased by the police. He wandered around Shinagawa Station before he found the place to escape and hide.
Filming Location: Hamacho Park
Have you heard about this park (浜町公園) before? To be honest, we also had no idea until we watched Aiba’s movie “Miracle: Debikuro-kun no Koi to Mahou” (2014). Yes, this is the park where Hikari bumps into So-Young.
Nonton di TOHO Cinema
Pada trip kami yang lalu, pas banget movie-nya Ikuta Toma yang berjudul Yokokuhan sedang tayang. Meski sepanjang film ga paham dialognya, tapi kami tetep nekad nonton demi ngeliat muka ganteng Toma terpampang nyata segede anta-antaha *berima*