Digimon Locations

Digimon is a franchise comprised of 9 movies, 7 anime series, 6 manga series
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Australia

A country located in the southern hemisphere of the planet. Australia is famous for the great barrier reef.

Beach

An area where the coast meats the ocean. Consists mostly of sand and water.

Cemetery

aka Graveyard

Colorado

One of the 50 states located in North America. Colorado terrain is mostly fields, and mountains.

Dark Ocean

A alternate version of the Digital World where most of the Dark Digimon live. Not much has been explained about this world.

Desert

A Desert is a fast stretch of land filled with nothing but sand and very little water. Extremely hot days and incredibly cold nights.

DigiQuartz

A realm that exists between the Real World and the Digital World. The Digimon that enter the DigiQuartz lose control of themselves and begin terrorizing humans, feeding off the darkness in their hearts to become stronger.

Digital World

A parallel world where much of the Digimon franchise takes place.

Earth

Earth is the third planet in the sol system, in the outer arm of the Milky Way galaxy. Most noticed for it's blue appearance due to the massive bodies of water that surround it.

Fuji Television Building

The Fuji Television building is a TV station located in Odaiba and has been featured in many animes and films.

Hong Kong

Formerly a Crown Colony on the coast of southern China in Guangdong province; leased by China to Britain in 1842 and returned in 1997; one of the world's leading commercial centers

Hot Spring

Naturally created hot baths. People usually bathe in them nude or wearing a towel, they are popular in Japan.

Internet

Known as the information super highway that is connected to every country on the planet. So far the only anime series that have actually traveled to the internet is the Digimon franchise, Pokemon in a single episode, Megaman NT Warriors, The Animatrix, the film Summer wars, and many others

Japan

The Island nation of Far East Asia, and the setting for the vast majority of Anime and Manga.

Kyoto

Formerly the imperial capital of Japan, it is now the capital of Kyoto Prefecture, as well as a major part of the Osaka-Kobe-Kyoto metropolitan area.

Mexico

A country located below the United States.

New York City

The BIg Apple. One of the largest cities in the U.S., located on it's east coast.

Ocean

Oceans are vast bodies of salt water.

Odaiba

A large artificial island in Tokyo Bay. It is located across the Rainbow Bridge from central Tokyo.

Paris

The capital of the country France. The city is famous for its buildings, especially the Eiffel Tower.

Russia

A country located next to Europe and Asia. It is currently the largest nation in the world.

Shibuya

One of the 23 special wards of Tokyo, Japan. Shibuya is known for one of Tokyo's busiest railway stations, fashion centers, and as a major nightlife area.

Shinjuku

One of 23 citys located in Tokyo. This city is a major commercial and administrative center.

Tokyo

Tokyo is one of the 47 prefectures of Japan and located on the eastern side of the main island Honshu. It is the setting of many anime, and shows in Japan.

Tokyo Tower

Popular Tokyo landmark often seen in anime and manga.

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