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Bahnhof Harajuko
Harajuko Station.jpg
Ort: Tokio, Japan
Zweck: Bahhof

Daphne Millbrook takes off from Harajuko Station (原宿駅).

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Harajuko Station is a real train station located in the Shibuya area of Tokyo, Japan, next to Yoyogi Park. The station takes its name from the area on its eastern side, Harajuko or Harajuku (原宿). The station is internationally known for the people (especially girls) who dress up in different fashion genres. Visitors and photographers frequently visit the location. In fact, the term harajuko or harajuku has come to denote the Japanese fashion style, including Gothic Lolita, Ganguro, Gyaru, Kogal, and costume play. In fact, the bathrooms of the station often act as makeshift dressing rooms for the teenagers and others who dress in such fashions.

Comic:Our Lady of Blessed Acceleration, Part 2

After learning of Kaito Nakamura's death and Hiro Nakamura's succession as CEO of Yamagato Industries, Daphne Millbrook receives a tip from Yoji Hayata and goes to Harajuko Station. There, she watches camera feed N734, sees Ando and Hiro on the feed, and takes off running.

Anmerkungen

  • At the station, Daphne watches a surveillance feed, where she hears Hiro say, "私の運命を、あなたの運命を、安藤は、金庫内に ある。" This roughly translates to, "My destiny, your destiny, Ando, is inside that safe."

Wissenswertes

  • Harajuko Station opened on October 30, 1906.
  • The station is served by the Yamanote Line of the East Japan Railway Company.

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