The locations the story takes place.
Hidariwakibara Town (Hidariwakibara-chou)
The name of the area which the story takes place. It is the place where people can over see the Skytree and belongs to the S Prefecture.
- The area located in the northern part of Hidariwakibara-chou where Shun and Kusuo lives. The residents are mostly comprised of salary workers who go to Tokyo to purchase their own house. The houses are mostly detached homes with gardens and when night falls the area is quiet.
- The area located in the northern part of Hidariwakibara-chou. The residents are mostly comprised of wealthy families such as the Teruhashi and Saiko Conglomerate. Aesthetic beauty are observed by the residents and no such thing as garbage scattering on the place can be seen. The place in the town is the safest side of Hidariwakibara-chou.
Main Street Area
- The downtown area when leaving the Hidariwakibara Town Station which extends to the north. Due to to its vast commercial facilities and entertainment facilities, it is the place where a lot of crowds gather.
- An area located in front of the store Main Athlete. In addition of being occupied by game centers, there are also various stores and some houses. The crowd are mostly comprised of middle and high school students.
- The area located on the southeastern part of Hidariwakibara-chou. The place where house rent is the cheapest and there are a few commercial buildings but because the Mera family is poor, they have to bear the noises from the factories. It is most dangerous place in the town.
- The area in Hidariwakibara-chou which was only shown a few times. A place where many people visit only on times of worshiping like New Year's first visit on shrine. People usually misunderstood it as the countryside because it is on a deserted place. Birds were actually occupying the temple.
A town located on the left side of Hidariwakibara Town. Leisure facilities such as shopping centers and bowling alleys exists.
Ikku Mountain (Ikku Yama)
A rural town where Kurumi's parents live. Traveling to the mountain takes several hours via train or bus and there are only 2-3 buses a day so it is difficult to get home.
A naturally rich town which is less than 2 hours by train from the Hidariwakibara-chou. Every summer, the Tennis Club comes to the place for a summer camp. The area is infamous for unique poisonous mushrooms and pulp mushrooms.