“Anime Pilgrimage”, a term that might not be known by all fans but it’s something every anime fan should try out for themselves at least once, given the time and money. Anime Pilgrimage is just as it sounds, a visit to all the “holy lands” that have been prominently featured in our favourite animes.
This can range from big cities like Tokyo and Kyoto to smaller urban areas spread out across different parts of the world. The locations can be either general or incredibly specific.
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It’s also a cool way of sight-seeing and experiencing the country while appreciating their pop culture as well. These real-life locations are an absolute must-visit for any hardcore anime fan.
The “holy lands” featured in this video are perfect if you happen to be in the capital of Japan or even if you want to do a day trip out from Tokyo.
Images credits: Google images
Sources: Sugoii Japan, Mipon.org, The travel.com
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