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(日本, Nihon?) is a country in the Real World and the Real World location for a large portion of the franchise.

In Digimon Adventure: Our War Game!, Japan is the home of a group of children who witness the battle against Diaboromon.[1]

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Chiba (千葉市, Chiba-shi?) is the capital city of .

In Digimon Adventure 02: Digimon Hurricane Landing!!/Transcendent Evolution!! The Golden Digimentals, Davis Motomiya, DemiVeemon, Yolei Inoue, Upamon, Cody Hida, and Poromon are at a beach in Chiba[2] when they receive an e-mail from Kari Kamiya asking for help.

Digimon Cram School

Digimon Cram School (デジモン塾, Dejimon Juku?) is a cram school in the manga published in the Bandai's Official "Digital Series" - Digimon Pendulum 2: Deep Savers. It is located in an unspecified city. Souichirou Dejimon is its principal.

Digimon Institute

The Digimon Institute (デジモン研究所, Dejimon Kenkyūjo?) is an institute in the manga published in the Bandai's Official "Digital Series" - Digimon Pendulum: Nature Spirits. It us located in an unspecified city. Pen Dulum is a professor in the institute.


(群馬県, Gunma-ken?) is a of Japan.

In Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth, when Ryota Takei asks Sakura Fujisaki which country Aiba has supposedly been to, she guesses Gunma, until Ryota reminds her Gunma is in Japan.

Hifumigaoka Peripheral Region

The Hifumigaoka Peripheral Region (ヒフミヶ丘周辺地域, Hifumigaoka Shūhen Chiiki?) is the main setting of Digimon Universe: Appli Monsters (3DS). It is a region that encompasses the four towns of Hifumigaoka, Yongendōri, Nikotamagawa, and Mihamakou, from west to east. The towns' names are derived from the numbers "one", "two", "three", and "four" after the order in which they appear in the game.


Hifumigaoka (ヒフミヶ丘, Hifumigaoka?) is a town in Digimon Universe: Appli Monsters (3DS). It is located at west of Yongendōri, and is the hometown of the Protagonist, Naoto, and Mio.

The city is divided into a North District (北地区, Kita-chiku?) and South District (南地区, Minami-chiku?). The North District has a water fountain, a gas station, and the Hifumigaoka Middle School, and is where the Protagonist lives. The South District has a phone shop.

Hifumigaoka Middle School

Hifumigaoka Middle School (ヒフミヶ丘中学校, Hifumigaoka Chūgakkou?) is a school in Digimon Universe: Appli Monsters (3DS). It is a three-store building, and has a terrace and an infirmary. It is the school the Protagonist, Naoto, Mio, and Yukari attend. Yukari attends cass 3-2 and spends a lot of time at the infirmary, which led to her bing known as the "Angel of the Infirmary".

The school's gym's AR-Field cointains the Cyber Arena, and as such, App Drivers go to it even in weekends. A Batterimon is at the infirmary's AR-Field.


Mihamakou (ミハマ港, Mihamakou?) is a town in Digimon Universe: Appli Monsters (3DS). It is a coastal town located at east of Nikotamagawa, and is where Ryouji and the Mihama Gang live. The city has a research center.

The Protagonist and Logimon go to Mihamakou to challenge the D Rank Master, Ryouji.


Nikotamagawa (ニコタマ川, Nikotamagawa?) is a town in Digimon Universe: Appli Monsters (3DS). It is located near a river, and is at east of Yongendōri and west of Mihamakou.

Nikotamagawa is where Wakaba lives. According to Yukari, Makoto started to spend time alone in Nikotamagawa after losing to Ouji. Later, the Protagonist and Onmon go to Nikotamagawa to challenge the F Rank Master, Wakaba, and meet Makoto, mistaking him for F Rank Master himself. Later, the Protagonist and Bootmon return to Nikotamagawa to challenge Makoto for an A Ranker Battle, after Yukari tells them he spends time there.


Yongendōri (ヨンゲン通り, Yongendōri?) is a town in Digimon Universe: Appli Monsters (3DS). It is located at east of Hifumigaoka and west of Nikotamagawa, and is the hometown of Kayo and Kagefumi. There is a mountain behind Kayo's house.

The Protagonist and Logimon chase Kayo to Yongendōri for their C Ranker Battle, after Ouji tells them where she lives. The two of them return to Yongendōri when Kayo informs them Kagefumi lives there.

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Hokkaido (北海道, Hokkaidō?) is a of Japan.

In Digimon Adventure, when the DigiDestined return to the Digital World, they see Hokkaido in the sky. Enter The Dark Masters

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Sapporo (札幌市, Sapporo-shi?) is the capital of Hokkaido.

In Digimon Adventure 02, when Control Spires appear around the Real World, a Control Spire and a Knightmon show up in Sapporo, near the clock tower area. Dramon Power

Monbetsu (紋別市, Monbetsu-shi?) is a city in Sapporo.

In Digimon Fusion, after Betsumon is captured, the Old Clock Shop Man makes a joke about Betsumon coming from Monbetsu. Resemblance? No Resemblance? The Masquerade-Thief Betsumon

Ichiban Town

Ichiban Town (一番町, Ichiban-chou?, lit. "First Town") is a town in Digimon Next. It is the hometown of Tsurugi Tatsuno, Yu Inui, Ami Kitajima, Sho Kahara, and Tooru.

Hikari District

The Hikari District (ヒカリ区, Hikari-ku?, lit. "Light District") is the main Human World setting for Digimon Next.

Ichiban Town Park

The Ichiban Town Park (一番町公園, Ichiban-chou Kouen?, lit. "First Town Park") is a park located in Ichiban Town.

Tsurugi Tatsuno, Yu Inui, Ami Kitajima, and Sho Kahara meet Norn Mikihara in the park. Pitchmon's Secret!

Jōsaki Electronic Engineering Institute

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The Jōsaki Electronic Engineering Institute (城崎電子工学研究所, Jōsaki Denshi Kougaku Kenkyūjo?) is an institute located in an unspecified city in C'mon Digimon: The capering monster BUN. Shin'ichirou Jōsaki is the heir to it.

Shin'ichirou has Kentarou Kamon and Bun go there to fight him and his Deathmon, with Makoto Abe and two of his and Kentarou's classmates as spectators.

Jounan University

In Digimon Adventure 02, Professor Shoutsuki works at Jounan University (城南大学, Jounan Daigaku?). Digimental Up |}

Kanobe City

Kanobe City (鹿野岸市, Kanobe-shi?) is the main Real World setting of Digimon Survive.[3]

Karuizawa (軽井沢町, Karuizawa-machi?) is a town in .

In Digimon Universe App Monsters, after Messemon is cured of the L-Virus, he says he feels refreshed "like summer in Karuizawa". Search Result: Shinkai Haru! Gatchmon Appears!

Kusanagi City (くさなぎシティ, Kusanagi Shiti?) is the hometown of Junior, Ivy, and Teddy in Digimon World 3.

MAGAMI Online Center

The MAGAMI Online Center (マガミオンライン・センター, Magami Onrain Sentā?) is where people set up their Digimon Online accounts in Digimon World 3.

Junior, Ivy, and Teddy go there to set up their accounts.

Chamber Room

The Chamber Room (チェンバー・ルーム, Chenbā Rūmu?) is where players have access to the Digital World.

Junior arrives at the Chamber Room and says his Account Name to the Operator. After that, he enters the Chamber Capsule, which closes when Ivy and Teddy arrive.

Street Corner

The Street Corner (まちかど, Machikado?) is a street corner located in Kusanagi City.

Junior waits for Ivy and Teddy who are late to play Digimon Online. After they finally arrive, the three head to the MAGAMI Online Center.

Kyoto (京都市, Kyōto-shi?) is the capital of . In Digimon Adventure, Kyoto is said to be protected by the , A Chance Encounter and that its center is protected by the Heso-ishi. The balance of all four directions in Kyoto is connected to the Harmonious Ones. Digimon Mystery File: Release The 1000 Year Seal!

Kyoto is also Toshiko's home, and is where she met Haruhiko Takenouchi, who was doing anthropological research in the city. After they got married and settled in Tokyo, Haruhiko was transferred to an university in Kyoto. Digimon Adventure Original Story: 2½ Year Break It is also the location of Izzy's parents' graves. Digimon Mystery File: Release The 1000 Year Seal!

Jim Kido (Shuu) is a student at the university Haruhiko works. A Chance Encounter

In 2001, Matt, Sora, Izzy, Mimi, and Joe all visit the city in the same day for different reasons. In this day, the balance of the four di

In 2002, when introducing herself to T.K. in the Japanese version, Miyako explains that her name uses the same character as the "Kyo" (, Kyō?) in Kyoto. In the Brazilian dub, she states "Yolei" is spelled with "", like Kyoto. Enter Flamedramon

One day, Yolei and her class arrive at Kyoto for a school trip. While she is there, she is forced to deal with an Apemon and a Musyamon who found their way out of the Digital World due to distortions caused by BlackWarGreymon. She also meets Haruhiko and Jim while they do their research. A Chance Encounter

Kawaramachi Street (河原町通, Kawaramachi-dōri?) is a street in Kyoto.

In Digimon Adventure, in 2001, when visiting Kyoto to learn more about , Mimi is at Kawaramachi Street, where she meets Matt, Izzy, and Joe. Digimon Mystery File: Release The 1000 Year Seal!

In Digimon Adventure, Rokkaku-dō (六角堂, Rokkaku-dō?) is the temple where the Heso-ishi is. In 2001, the DigiDestined go to the temple when investigating the source of the strange incidents happening in Kyoto. Digimon Mystery File: Release The 1000 Year Seal!

In Digimon Tamers, Ryo Akiyama lives in Fukuoka (福岡市, Fukuoka-shi?). Goliath

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In Digimon Adventure 02, when Control Spires appear around the Real World, a Control Spire and a Drimogemon show up in Mount Aso (阿蘇山, Aso-san?). Dramon Power


Thank You Future! Welcome to the City of AI!


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oDanold[4] is a located in an unspecified city in Digimon World Re:Digitize. Its name is a reference to .

Akiho Rindou eats at the oDanold while battling Taiga and Agumon. Our Routine, Evolving!! Don't Quit, Advance!!

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In Digimon Adventure 02, when Control Spires start appearing all over the Real World, a WaruMonzaemon attacks Osaka Castle (大坂城, Ōsaka-jō?). Dramon Power

In Digimon Tamers: Battle of Adventurers, Takato Matsuki, Guilmon, Henry Wong, Terriermon, Calumon, and Ryuuji Tamashiro arrive in Okinawa through the Naha Airport (那覇空港, Naha-kūkō?).

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In Digimon Adventure: Our War Game!, Shimane (島根町, Shimane-chō?) is the town Kinu lives in.

On March 4[5], 2000, Yamato "Matt" Ishida and Takeru "T.K." Takaishi are on vacation at their grandmother's house when Taichi "Tai" Kamiya calls them to help in the battle against Diaboromon. The two siblings then start searching for a computer in the nearby houses.

Nabara Salon

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In Digimon Adventure: Our War Game!, Nabara Salon (理容なばら, Ryou Nabara?) is the barber shop where Floyd works.

On March 4[5], 2000, Yamato "Matt" Ishida and Takeru "T.K." Takaishi go there to use the computer.

Takeshita Electronics

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In Digimon Adventure: Our War Game!, Takeshita Electronics (タケシタ電気, Takeshita Denki?) is the electronics store where Shou works.

On March 4[5], 2000, Yamato "Matt" Ishida and Takeru "T.K." Takaishi arrive at the store and ask to use the computer, but the attendant states it's not hooked to the Internet. After picking a fight with attendant, Shou takes the kids to Nabara Salon while doing his delivery. |}

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In Digimon Tamers, when Rika returns to the Real World, the Nonaka's stay at a hotel in Yokohama (横浜市, Yokohama-shi?) for Rumiko's photoshoot. Reunion

Yokohama is the main Human World setting for Digimon Data Squad, and the hometown of Marcus Daimon.

Yokohama Village is a location in Digimon Masters.

Otori Middle School

Otori Middle School (私立鳳学園, Shiritsu Ōtori Gakuen?, lit. "Private Ōtori Academy") is a middle school in Digimon Data Squad. Its name is a pun on the (横浜市立大鳥中学校, Yokohama Shiritsu Ōtori Chūgakkou?) after which the school is based.

Marcus Damon attends Otori Middle School. THERE ARE MONSTERS AMONG US! Five years after King Drasil's defeat, Kristy Damon and Keenan Crier attend this school. The Ultimate Farewell

Shiratori Retreat

Shiratori Retreat (しらとり庵, Shiratori-iori?) is a restaurant in Digimon Data Squad. It is owned by Tasuke Shitori.

Taiken Boxing Gym

Taiken Boxing Gym (大拳ジム, Taiken Jimu?, lit. "Great Fist Gym") is boxing gym in Digimon Data Squad. It is run by Rocky.

Never Meet Your Heroes

See also

Notes and references

  1. Digimon Adventure: Storyboard - Mamoru Hosoda
  2. Digimon Adventure 02: Official Encyclopedia III
  3. YouTube: "Digimon Survive - Opening Movie | PS4, X1, PC, Switch", uploaded by Bandai Namco Entertainment America.
  4. Partial name.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 See timing issue.

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