Anime Pilgrimage #11: Tada-kun Never Falls in Love (Sakuradamon, Ginza)

Reposted article. Pilgrimage done last May 2019.

Tada-kun Never Falls in Love is one of the series I’ve loved and followed during its airing last Spring season. It isn’t because of the romance genre tagged on the series but the love of the photography Tada and the other members of the club had. It is quite rare to have a photographer as one of the main character therefore this anime has a special place in my heart.
I have been planning to visit this place during its airing but due to the Tokyo heat wave, it took me months till I push this trip. Not until yesterday, I decided to plan out this trip (credits to @fly_ask for pinpointing the location) and started my half-day pilgrimage of Tada-kun Never Falls in Love starting from Sakuradamon and Ginza (this article) to Chidorigafuchi and Tokyo Skytree.

Sakuradamon Gate

So I went out from Exit 3 of Sakuradamon Station via Yurakucho line and saw this beautiful structure that is completely similar to the anime.

Hibiya Park

I went to Hibiya Park before this trip to check out the bridge used in its promotional poster. Most of the scenes from the anime is located at Shinkei Pond inside the park.

Ginza

Ginza was the main location of this series and it is easier to pinpoint the location as this can be passed from Hibiya Park to Chou Street in Ginza.

​酒蔵秩父錦 (aka Tada’s Coffee Shop)

Sakagurachichibunishiki (酒蔵秩父錦) was the model of the coffee shop in the anime. Though it wasn’t the coffee shop in real life (probably it’s a brewery), we could still see its similarities from the anime.

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