1.In the movie, they start their date in Roppongi Hills, but the first stop on our pilgrimage is the coffee shop where they had lunch. It’s called Salon de Thé Rond, located on the second floor of the National Art Center.
2.This is a small thing, but the water glasses and coasters the cafe uses are similar to the ones in the movie. The plates look identical too! Just a nice detail for all us Your Name superfans out there
3.If you watch the movie carefully, you’ll notice the finer details of the museum aren’t replicated exactly, but the signature features of the building (the glass maps and wooden walls) are there. They really help you picture Taki and Onodera-senpai as an urban couple.
4.THE WAY OF NATIONAL ART MUSEUM
5.TOKYO CITY VIEW IN ROPPONGI HILLS
7.BACK OF ASAKASA EXIT
8.STAIR TO YOTSUYA STATION
9. ON THE WAY TO SUGA SHRINE
11.TURN LEFT NEAR
12.NEAR THE SHRINE STAIR
13. SUGA SHRINE STAIRS
14.The background used in the actual film is much closer to reality.
15.MEIJI MEMORIAL PICTURE GALLERY
16. AROUND SHINANOMACHI STATION
17.Nearby the pedestrian bridge, there’s a famous landmark of the Shinjuku/Yoyogi area: the NTT Docomo Yoyogi Building, which also shows up in Your Name
19.SHINTOSHIN PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE NEAR TAKARAZUKA UNIVERSITY
20.If you walk up to the pedestrian bridge, you’ll see another scene from Your Name…
21. INTERSECTION BEHIND SHINJUKU POLICE STATION
22.CAFE LA BOHÉME NEAR SHINJUKU GYOEN
+HIDA-FURUKAWA STATION – GIFU
+HIDA-SANNOGU HIE SHRINE – GIFU
+LAKE SUWA – NAGANO
+AOGASHIMA ISLAND – TOKYO
YEAH you already know (because you’re a huge Your Name fan like me), there’s another city in the movie called, Itomorichō. It’s the rural town where Mitsuha grew up. Unfortunately, Itomorichō is not real; it’s a completely fictional place, but some Your Name pilgrims have been visiting Hida in Gifu and Lake Suwa in Nagano, which were both models for Itomorichō.