Katanagatari Locations

Katanagatari is an anime series in the Katanagatari franchise
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Dewa Tendou Shougi Town

A fictional location in the Katanagatari franchise. The Shinou Issou School is located in this town.

Fushou Island

The isolated island that Nanami Yasuri and Shichika Yasuri were raised on.

Ganryuu Island

Ganryuu is the island where Hakuhei Sabi lives and the location of his battle against Togame and Shichika.

Gekoku Castle

A location in the Katanagatari franchise.

Hida Castle

Togame's home, which was destroyed by Mutsue Yasuri.


Hyakkeijou, located in Oushuu, was the public execution ground for all involved in Hida Takahito's rebellion. It also Togame's hometown.


Inaba was an old province of Japan created before the modern prefecture system was established in 1871. It was located on the eastern area of land that became the Tottori Prefecture.


Izumo is a Japanese province.


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


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.


Kyuushuu is an area located near Ganryuu Island.

Lake Fuyou

Lake Fuyou is a destroyed village that hides Shikizaki Kiki's workshop.

Obun Arena

An arena ran by Kanara Azekura and located in Kyuushuu


Oshu is a town created by the merging of the Esashi, Mizusawa, Maesawa, Isawa, and Koromogawa areas on February 20th, 2006.


Owari is the domain of Princess Hitei and Togame's current home.

Sanzu Shrine

The Sanzu Shrine is a shelter for abused girls and women in the Katanagatari franchise.

Seiryouin Goken Temple

The temple where Shichika and Nanami hold their battle

Shinou Issou School

A school for swordsmanship that is headed by Zanki Kiguchi.

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