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The following location is primarily featured in: Boys Over Flowers Season 2. However, it may also appear in and/or be mentioned in other Boys Over Flowers media.

Kyoto (京都 (きょうと) Kyōto) is the capital city of Kyoto Prefecture in Japan. The city has a long history and is now considered the cultural capital of Japan.

Locations[]

Season 2

Eibi-dojo

Eibi family dojo

Eneiji-Temple

Eneiji Temple

Hase-Kyoto-home

Hases' Kyoto home

Shijo-Ohashi-Bridge

Shijo Ohashi Bridge

  • Eibi dojo — the Eibi family are skilled martial artists and own a dojo in Kyoto. Sugimaru Eibi brought Haruto Kaguragi to the dojo to help him train for the "Manly Man Festival."[1]
  • Eneiji Temple — a temple where the "Manly Man Festival" has been held for a thousand years. The contest decides the strongest by best of three in judo, kyudo, and kendo.[1] Haruto competed against Tenma Hase, resulting in the former winning by default.[2]
  • Hase home — Tenma's family owns a traditional Japanese home in Kyoto. He stayed there with Oto and Hitoshi Konoe for several months while recuperating from a nerve injury.[3]
  • Hospital — Tenma and Konoe were treated for their injuries at the hospital. On the rooftop, Oto stopped Konoe from jumping. There Tenma decided to forgive Konoe.[4]
  • Kyoto Hotel — where Oto Edogawa stayed during the "Manly Man Festival."[5]
  • Kyoto Station — where Oto and the numerous other students arrived on their way to the festival.[6]
  • Shijo Ohashi Bridge (四条大橋 () ) — Haruto asked Oto to meet him at this bridge if she returned his feelings.[5] She never showed up and Haruto ended up waiting all night for her in the rain.[7]

Hana Yori Dango Final (2008)

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Mysterious gentleman's home

Residents[]

Season 2

Hana Yori Dango Final (2008)

Visitors[]

Manga and Season 2

Hana Yori Dango Final (2008)

Behind the scenes[]

Notes

Portrayals

  • Hana Yori Dango Final (2008), which has an original story, features Kyoto as one of its new settings. Scenes were filmed at Tofuku Temple in Kyoto.

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Locations
Cities

Akemahara Fishing Village | Atami | Bangkok | Barcelona | Kyoto | New York City | Tokyo
London | Los Angeles | Paris | Seoul | Shanghai | Taipei | Vancouver

Regions

Kyushu | Tuscany

Countries

Canada | Italy | Japan | Singapore | Taiwan | United States

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