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The setting of the manga and anime franchise Detective Conan is a combination of real locations in Japan and fictional locations.

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Tokyo Prefecture[edit]

Tokyo Prefecture (東京府 Tōkyō-fu?) is a Japanese government entity.

City of Tokyo[edit]

The Wards of Tokyo.

The City of Tokyo itself is part of the Greater Tokyo Area and consists of 21 special wards. In the works of Gosho Aoyama, there are a couple of fictional wards added to the city and the metropolitan area respectively.

Beika Ward[edit]

Beika Ward (米花区 Beika-ku?), alternatively Beika City (米花市 Beika-shi?), is a fictional special ward of Tokyo (in the manga) and a city in the Greater Tokyo Area (in the expanded canon) named after Baker Street, the location of Sherlock Holmes's flat. Beika City is divided into two towns: Beika and Haido.

Beika[edit]

Beika Town (米花町 Beika-chō?) is the district where Conan and a majority of the other main characters live. Like the Ward of Beika, it is named after Baker Street.[1]

Haido[edit]

Haido Town (杯戸町 Haido-chō?) is a district in Beika Ward adjacent to Beika Town and is named after London's Hyde Park.[1]

Chiyoda Ward[edit]

Chiyoda Ward (千代田区 Chiyoda-ku?) is a special ward in the city of Tokyo and contains its historic districts.

Kasumigaseki[edit]

The district of Kasumigaseki (霞が関 Kasumigaseki?) contains the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Headquarters, which repeatedly appears in Detective Conan, Magic Kaito, and Zero's Tea Time. The 4th Block of Haido is said to be between it and Shinjuku's Yotsuya Station.

Marunouichi[edit]

Marunouichi (丸の内 Marunouichi?) is a commercial district close to the Imperial Palace. It's the location of Tokyo Station ("Tōto Station" in Detective Conan) and implied to be close to the districts of Beika and Yaoya.

Chūō Ward[edit]

Chūō Ward (中央区 Chūō-ku?) is a special ward in central Tokyo, containing the famous district of Ginza which appears several times in Gosho Aoyama's works. It's also implied to be close to Beika.

Ginza[edit]

Ginza (銀座 Ginza?) is a business and entertainment district. It's also referred to as Kinza (錦座 Kinza?) and Doza (銅座 Dōza?) in different mediums of Detective Conan.

Nihonbashi[edit]

The Ono Bank from the Magic Kaito manga seems to be based on the Tokyo Bank existing in this district back then.

Minato Ward[edit]

The Tokyo Tower of Minato from below in episode 4 of Detective Conan.

Minato Ward (港区 Minato-ku?) is an important harbor of Tokyo City. It implicitly seems to be the location for the (fictional) Minato Police Station and the Minato Hotel. It also is the ward where Tokyo Tower stands. Beika seems to be largely identical to it in the manga of Detective Conan. It seemingly also was the model for a lot of settings in the Magic Kaito: Kid the Phantom Thief specials.

Shiba Park[edit]

Location of the Tokyo Tower, said to be less than 1.34 kilometres (~0.8 miles) away from Beika.

Takanawa[edit]

This district contains the Shinagawa Station (品川駅 Shinagawa-eki?) (Kawashina Station (品川駅 Kawashina-eki?) in the movies), which is implied to be close to Haido.

Nerima Ward[edit]

Ekoda (江古田 Ekoda?) and several districts adjacent to it were the basis for Ekoda High School and its surroundings in the Manga of Magic Kaito and 100% Tantei Monogatari.

Shibuya Ward[edit]

Shibuya Crossing in Magic Kaito 1412.

The Shibuya Ward (渋谷区 Shibuya-ku?) is an important business and entertainment center of Tokyo. The famous Shibuya Crossing, the Tsutaya Store, Shibuya 109 and the fittingly named Shibuya Station are part of it, all of which appeared in different works by Gosho Aoyama.

It also contains the Harajuku Station (原宿駅 Harajuku-eki?) in its eponymous district, which appeared as Karajuku Station (空宿駅 Karajuku-eki?) in the anime and as Sorajuku Station (空宿駅 Sorajuku-eki?) in the movies.

Shinjuku Ward[edit]

Shibuya Ward (新宿区 Shibuya-ku?) is the central skyscraper ward of Tokyo, containing some of its most famous building in the district of Nishi-Shinjuku, including the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building. Some districts of it were used as models for Beika in the expanded canon (anime, movies, Hanzawa the Criminal). The 4th Block of Haido is said to be between its Yotsuya Station and Chiyoda's Tokyo Metropolitan Police Headquarters.

Hyakunin[edit]

Hyakunin's Shin-Ōkubo Station and Beika Station.

Hyakunin Town (百人町 Hyakunin-chō?), especially the Shin-Ōkubo Station and its surroundings found there, were used as models for Beika and its own train station. In the movies, even the position of Beika Station seems to be identical to it, judging by route maps.

Okubo[edit]

Okubo (大久保 Ōkubo?), is a district built around Hyakunin and the Shin-Ōkubo Station. Mentioned as Kokubo (大久保 Kōkubo?) in the expanded canon.

Toshima Ward[edit]

The residences of the Kuroba and Nakamori families are located in a so far unnamed district of Toshima Ward (豊島区 Toshima-ku?) in the manga of Magic Kaito.

Ikebukuro[edit]

Ikebukuro (池袋 Ikebukuro?), sometimes also called Sawabukuro (沢袋 Sawabukuro?) in expanded canon, is a commercial and entertainment district. The Ikebukuro Station and PARCO Building (renamed "PAPCO") next to it from this district appear several times in Gosho Aoyama's works.

Unknown city or ward[edit]

Buroku[edit]

Buroku Town (分禄町 Buroku-chō?) is a fictional district located somewhere on a radius of less than 1.34 kilometres (~0.8 miles) between the Mouri Detective Agency and Tokyo Tower. It's probably a part of the Beika Ward.

Sutan[edit]

Sutan Town (須単町 Sutan-chō?) is a fictional district located somewhere on a radius of less than 1.34 kilometres (~0.8 miles) between the Mouri Detective Agency and Tokyo Tower where Eri Kisaki was held captive in an abandoned house from which Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Sky Tree are equally visible. It's probably a part of the Beika Ward.

Yaoya[edit]

Yaoya Town (八百八町 Yaoya-chō?) is the fictional district where the Mine family's mansion is and in which Yaiba Kurogane lives during the course of Yaiba. There's a so far unnamed junior high school in or close to it, that was attended by Sayaka Mine, Takeshi Onimaru, and Keiko Momoi, which also seems to be associated with Ekoda High School.

Nagano Prefecture[edit]

Nagano Prefecture (長野県 Nagano-ken?) is located in the Chūbu region of Japan.

Sunset Manor[edit]

Sunset Manor

The Sunset Manor (黄昏の館 Tasogare no yakata?) is a huge western-style manor house in the isolated mountains of Matsumoto, six miles from a lonely gas station.[2] According to Kogoro, it looks more like Dracula's Castle, and up close even more like a haunted house. It once belonged to the multi-millionaire Renya Karasuma, who inherited it from his mother. It was brought two years ago by Shukuzen Ogami, who search for the treasure until Furuyo Senma killed him. It's a Golden Manor, made of gold and painted black, and since Karasuma is a crow-like man, personified his nest.

Mansion of Death[edit]

It appeared in Red wall murder case.

Arano Hospital[edit]

It appeared in Red wall murder case.

Saitama Prefecture[edit]

Okeyama Hotel[edit]

It appeared in Tenkaichi Festival Case and it's in the the Saitama Prefecture.

Okeyama Station[edit]

It appeared in Tenkaichi Festival Case.

Osaka Prefecture[edit]

Osaka Prefecture (大阪府 Ōsaka-fu?) is located in the Kansai region of Japan and is the home to Heiji Hattori, Kazuha Toyama, and the Osaka Police Department.

Osaka[edit]

Osaka (大阪 Ōsaka?) is the capital city of Osaka Prefecture featured prominently throughout the series. The city has many landmarks, including Osaka Castle, Tsūtenkaku Tower, and the Osaka Dome.

Heiji's house

Neyagawa[edit]

According to The Naniwa Serial Murder Case, Hattori family's home is not in Osaka City, the capitol of Osaka, but in the very nearby city of Neyagawa (寝屋川市 Neyagawa-shi?).

Tottori Prefecture[edit]

Tottori Prefecture (鳥取県 Tottori-ken?) is located in the Chūgoku region of Japan. Misao mentioned his paternal grandmother Misae lives in Kurayoshi. Officer Chosuke Takagi was transferred to Tottori to tackle a crime ring. Its capital is the city of the same name which was involved in Tottori Sand Dunes Mystery Tour as well as the nearby city of Kurayoshi.

Yamanashi Prefecture[edit]

Yamanashi Prefecture (山梨県 Yamanashi ken?) is located in the Chūbu region of Japan. The prefecture is landlocked, featuring a fertile central valley, surrounded by many of the highest mountains in Japan.

Tokiwa Hotel[edit]

This is where Shukichi Haneda claimed his 7th title in a shogi match.

Gunma Prefecture[edit]

Gunma Prefecture (群馬県 Gunma-ken?) is located in the Kantō region of Japan.

Suzuki Villa[edit]

Sonoko's family owns a villa in those woods that is surrounded by forest. It is only accessible by a very old foot bridge that tends to collapse alot. The villa appeared as the central location in episode 34-35 (35 and 36 in CC), and made a brief cameo in episode 446-447.

Businesses[edit]

Sunday Bowling Center[edit]

It appeared in Ep 744. It’s in Gunma.

Bodohkan hall[edit]

It appeared in File 144.

Hasaka Hair Salon[edit]

It appeared in Ep 505.

Books Yamai Bookstore[edit]

It appeared in File 1047.

TMS Rent a car[edit]

It appeared in ep 219.

Sound Studio Hakobune[edit]

It appeared in Episode 836-837.

Terahara Clothing Store[edit]

It was introduction in Code Sheet Case.

Asakura Books[edit]

It was introduction in Code Sheet Case.

Kishida Pharmacy[edit]

It was introduce in Code Sheet Case.

PAPCO Store[edit]

It was introduce in Code Sheet Case.

Yatsubishi Bank[edit]

It was mention in ep 1.

Maiasa Taxi[edit]

It appeared in ¥1,000,000,000 Robbery.

Pet Shop Zoo[edit]

It appeared in ¥1,000,000,000 Robbery.

Super Coaster[edit]

It was introduce in the background of Code Sheet Case.

Inn[edit]

Aoiya inn[edit]

It appeared in the Fake Kogoro case.

Koura Inn[edit]

It appeared in Kappa murder case.

Akagi Inn[edit]

It appeared in Red handkerchief case in Gunma.

Benkei Private Inn[edit]

It appeared in Ep 27-28.

Kobo Inn[edit]

It appeared in Onsen murder case.

Restaurants[edit]

Iroha Sushi[edit]

Iroha Sushi (いろは寿司 iroha zushi?) is a sushi restaurant located just next-door to Cafe Poirot. It usually opens all week 7/7 days and on nights. Kogoro Mouri is a regular to that restaurant when he wins horse races. It sells many variety of sushis, sashimis, grilled fish (not found in every sushi shop) and many delicious dishes. It is the workplace of Kanenori Wakita, a sushi chef who regularly changes of workplaces and his Boss. Its owner usually organizes parties with the Café Poirot Master and other restaurant owners of the district. It is located in Beika Town District 5 (米花町5丁目 Beika-chō 5-chōme?).

Café Poirot[edit]

Café Poirot (喫茶店ポアロ Kissaten Poaro?), where Azusa Enomoto and Rei Furuya work, is located directly beneath the Mouri Detective Agency. The café gets its name from one of Agatha Christie's most popular detectives, Hercule Poirot. It is located in Beika Town District 5 (米花町5丁目 Beika-chō 5-chōme?).

Café Columbo[edit]

Café Columbo (喫茶コロンボ Kissa Koronbo?) was first mentioned in chapter 2 of the manga. It is the restaurant that Professor Agasa had been to right before meeting Conan. The restaurant itself first appears in the The Forgotten Cell Phone. The restaurant gets its name from TV detective Columbo, whose show is very well-loved in Japan. It is located in Beika Town District 5 (米花町5丁目 Beika-chō 5-chōme?).

Danny's[edit]

Danny's location.

Restaurant Danny's Dining (レストランダニーの食事 Resutorandanī no shokuji?) is a family restaurant, likely modeled off of Denny's. Location of one case in the manga, that has made repeat appearances in the anime originals and movies. The restaurant is mostly known for its curry menu, which is mentioned to be very delicious by many characters. One of its location appeared in The Heartfelt Strap.

Donny's[edit]

Two of the Donny's locations.

Family Restaurant Donny's (ファミリーレストランドニーズ Famirīresutorandonīzu?) is a family restaurant, likely modeled off of Denny's. One Donny's location was seen when the Detective Boys were running around the area near the Touto Tower. A magician who abducted the daughter of her master took her to a Donny's. Kogoro met a famous samurai actor client regarding a prospective case at Donny's.

Cucina Eigo[edit]

Cucina Eigo

Cucina Eigo (クシナ・エイゴ Kushina eigo?) is an italian restaurant which's architecture is modeled after the countryside restaurants of Italy. The name of the restaurant is named after Cucina, an italian word meaning cuisine and Eigo, the name of the owner who is Eigo Kuchiishi. It is one of the few Michelin-starred restaurants of Japan and is located in the agglomeration of Tokyo. A disappearance case of some guests and the attempted murder of the owner happened there but was hopefully solved.

Café Raoul[edit]

Café Raoul (カフェロウル Kaferouru?) is a French restaurant with a Paris style interior that Kogoro considers his new-found secret hideout. After Conan told Ran about it, Eri and Ran went out to eat there as well.

Ramen Ogura[edit]

Ramen Ogura (ラーメン小倉 Rāmen Ogura?) used to be a rundown shop on a shopping street in Haido Town. Despite the low customer traffic, its specialty dish full of bamboo shoots "Yama ramen" (閻魔大王ラーメン Enma Daiō rāmen?) is very tasty. The shop's motto is "So good, it's to die for." Ironically it was the scene of a murder case. After the case, it moved to Beika Town and became quite popular. Its motto also changed to "Ramen so wicked, it's to die for."

Blue Parrot[edit]

A billiards parlor and bar owned by Konosuke Jii. It first appears in Magic Kaito in Ch 13 Hustler vs. Magician. Later the parlor appears in Detective Conan with a different appearance in Ch 853 A Detective Encounters a Case in a Bar, and has a bartender named Yuzuki Fukui.

Minatoso[edit]

It appeared in File 328. It’s a Japanese restaurant.

Ikenka[edit]

It's a cheesecake bakery. It appeared in Ep 476.

Café Terrace Jubei[edit]

It was introduce in Code Sheet Case

My Burger[edit]

It was introduce in Code Sheet Case.

Police Stations[edit]

Tokyo Metropolitan Police Station[edit]

Tokyo Metropolitan Police Headquarters

The Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department headquarters are located just north of Minato City, in the the government buildings area of Chiyoda City beside the Imperial Palace.

Educational institutions[edit]

Educational institutions found within Detective Conan include but are not limited to: Teitan Elementary, Teitan High, Haido Elementary, and Ekoda High School. Each school within the series has their own specific uniforms or dress code for their male and female students.

Elementary schools[edit]

Teitan Elementary School[edit]

Teitan Elementary school

Teitan Elementary School (帝丹小学校 Teitan Shōgakkō?) is the elementary school of Conan, Haibara, and the Detective Boys. Teitan Elementary currently does not require a uniform. "Teitan" is a play-on word of "tantei"(探偵) meaning "detective".

Haido Elementary School[edit]

While no main characters attend Haido Elementary School (杯戸小学校 Haido Shōgakkō?), this school plays a key role in Company President's Daughter Kidnapping Case. Keita Onoda and Chiaki from The Secret Played by the Diary are currently enrolled as first grade students there.

Middle/Junior High schools[edit]

Teitan Middle School[edit]

Teitan Middle School

Shinichi, Ran, and Sonoko went to Teitan Middle School (帝丹中学 Teitan Chūgaku?). The winter uniform consists of a black gakuran and slacks for the boys and a navy blue collared white sailor outfit with a green ribbon and a navy blue skirt for the girls. The summer uniform consists of a white short-sleeve button-up shirt and black slacks for the boys and a white short sleeve shirt, yellow vest with a green ribbon and navy blue skirt for the girls.

Staff[edit]

Current students[edit]

  • Naomi Sawamura

Previous students[edit]

Okuho Middle School[edit]

Okuho is Hiroshi Agasa's middle school. It is probably located near Teitan Elementary in Beika Town as Agasa walked Fusae Campbell to Teitan Elementary on his way to Okuho Middle School in the morning. It was first mentioned in Shinichi Kudo’s Childhood Adventure.

====Futatsubashi Middle School==== It appeared in Volume 1 Company President's Daughter Case.

High schools[edit]

Teitan High School[edit]

Teitan High School (帝丹高校 Teitan Kōkō?) is a "ladder school" associated with Teitan University. Students include Shinichi, Ran, Sonoko, and Sera. Teitan High's winter uniform consists of a white shirt, green tie, navy blue blazer, and either a pair of navy blue pants (boys) or navy blue skirt (girls). It has a tennis club[3], karate club and a art club

Staff[edit]

Current Students[edit]

  • Sawako[6] (2nd year Classs C)
  • Keiko Kitao[7](Class A)
  • Atsushi Umemiya (Council President)[8]
  • Eisuke Aizawa
  • Nakamichi
  • Tashiro Tashiro
  • Hidaka
  • Kazumi Tsukamoto
  • Kunishige Seko
  • Masao Monobe
  • Yumi Sekizawa

Previous students[edit]

Kaihou Academy[edit]

Kaihou Academy

Kaihou Academy (改方学園 Kaihō Gakuen?) is Heiji and Kazuha's high school, located in Osaka. The summer uniforms are a sailor outfit with a white shirt, slate-blue skirt, and red ribbon for the girls and grey slacks with a white short-sleeve button-up shirt for the boys. It is seen in the non canon movie The Raven Chaser.

Haido High School[edit]

Haido High School (杯戸高校 Haido Kōkō?) is the high school of Makoto Kyogoku and Hina Wada.

Ekoda High School[edit]

Ekoda High School

Ekoda High School (江古田高校 Ekoda Kōkō?) is the high school of Kaito, Aoko, Akako, and Saguru. Ekoda High's winter uniform consists of a midnight blue gakuran for the boys and a navy blue sailor outfit with a red ribbon for the girls. It's also the same school that some of the characters from Yaiba (Sayaka, Yaiba) attend.

Kohnan (Kounan) High School[edit]

Kohnan High School (港南高校 Kōnan Kōkō?) is the high school that pop idol Yoko Okino and her ex-boyfriend Akiyoshi Fujie attended, as well as Shigeo Nagashima. Kohnan battled Ohgane High School for the Baseball Koshien title in Miracle at Koshien Ball Park! The Defiants Face the Dark Demon.

According to Higo, Teiya was the first celebrity of the school.[9]

Current students[edit]

Previous students[edit]

Jikogenba High School[edit]

This school is mentioned by Conan in episode 393 and is said to be near Beika Park. This location is non-canon.

Busamaru High School[edit]

It appeared in Company President's Daughter Case.

Colleges/Universities[edit]

Tohto University[edit]

Tohto University (東都大学 Tōto Daigaku?) is the fictional counterpart of the similarly prestigious Tokyo University. It has a mountaineering club, but its leader dies in The Fearful Traversing Murder Case. One of the university's graduate student received the equivalent of the Nobel prize in astronomy in The Suspicious Astronomical Observation. Tohto University's Medical school students are the prime suspects in the Alpine Hut in the Snowy Mountain Murder Case. An alumni of the Physical Education department appears in The Kamen Yaiba Murder Case. All the suspects of the Memories of First Love case were Toto University literature students. After having faked his death, Shuichi Akai disguised as Subaru Okiya was admitted to the university's Engineering School to prepare for a doctorate.

Students[edit]

Teitan University[edit]

Campus of Teitan University, as seen in episode 573.

Teitan University (帝丹大学 Teitan Daigaku?) is associated with Teitan Elementary School and Teitan High School. Conan, Mitsuhiko, Genta and Ayumi were forced to act in a play at the university in Ayumi-chan Kidnapping Case. Teruaki Kunisue, an acquaintance of Kazuha, is a student there and is a member of the tennis club.

Beika University[edit]

Beika University (米花大学 Beika Daigaku?) is a university in Beika City, Beika Town. Its drama students occasionally put on performances for the public. The University has appeared very rarely in the series, but its alumni make frequent appearances. A student from the Beika University School of Medecine was once a suspect in The Partner is Santa-san, and students from Beika University School of Agriculture made the Detective Boys visit a lab in Deadly Poisonous Spider Trap. The Valentine Murder Case was about the tensions inside the Tennis club of Beika University. The university has a film club whose members are shown in Solving Mysteries at the Poirot Café.

Students[edit]

  • Kogoro Mouri, ace of the Judo club.

Beika Women's University[edit]

Beika Women's University (米花女大学 Beika On'na daigaku?) is a university in Beika City, Beika Town. It is a women only university, but its existence has only been shown in an anime-original case, so it is not canon. It appeared in A Woman Standing by the Window as one of its teacher, Junnosuke Tachibana, is a suspect and lives in high-rise building where the victim fell. Its students seem to like him for his beauty and handsomeness.

Beika Art School[edit]

Beika Art School (米花美術学校 Beika Bijutsu gakkō?) is an art school in Beika Town in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area. Its existence is only mentionned in The Detective Boys Become Models which makes in still not confirmed in the canon plot.

Haido University[edit]

Haido University (杯戸大学 Haido Daigaku?) is the fictional counterpart of Rikkyo University. It was shown in The Shifting Mystery of Beika City. Its existence is therefore not confirmed in the canon plot as it appeared in a filler episode.

Jonan University[edit]

Jonan University (城南大学 Jounan Daigaku?) is first mentioned in the Night Baron Murder Case, where one of the suspects, Satoru Maeda, was a member of the Electronics department. It appeared in later filler episodes, such as The Kamen Yaiba Murder Case, where it is confirmed that Jonan has a Law school and an Engineering school.
The university appeared more recently in The Raven Chaser. "Jonan University" is the equivalent of "Jane Doe" in English, as "Jonan" is used in Japan as a name for any normal university. The culprit of the Underwater Key in the Locked Room Case is a 4th year Med school student.

Teito University[edit]

Teito University (帝都大学 Teito Daigaku?) (Lit. Imperial Capital) is a university in the Tokyo Metropolitan area. It is first mentionned in Friendship Washed Away in the Riverbed. This filler episode suggests the university has a school of Humanities, of Philosophy and of Education. This is not confirmed in the canon as the episode was an anime original.

Nanyo University[edit]

It's the university where Akemi Miyano proffesor Masami Hirota work. It appeared in episode 129.

Entertainment places[edit]

Tropical Land[edit]

Tropical Land (トロピカルランド Toropikaru Rando?) is an amusement park which was the site of the last date between Shinichi and Ran, before Shinichi was forced to take APTX 4869 by Gin and Vodka of the Black Organization. The park is built in what is now considered a standard layout: guests enter the park into a central hub which then splits off into other themed areas radiating out from the center. Notable appearances of Tropical Land within Detective Conan include The Roller Coaster Murder Case, The Revival of the Dying Message, and Captured in Her Eyes. This location was first introduced in the Magic Kaito manga.

Haido Town Shopping Mall[edit]

Haido Town Shopping Mall (杯戸町のショッピングモール Haido-chō no Shoppingu Mōru?) has the largest ferris wheel in Japan, over 125m tall, with 72 seats. For the ferris wheel to make one full rotation, it takes over 18 minutes (30cm per second, according to Haibara). The ferris wheel itself is better known as the place where Jinpei Matsuda died trying to defuse a bomb left by a crazed bomber.

Miracle Land[edit]

Miracle Land (ミラクルランド Mirakuru rando?) is an amusement park that is prominently featured in The Private Eyes' Requiem. The over-sea ride is similar to the real-life Hakkeijima Sea Paradise in Yokohama.

Kineka 7 Movie Theatre[edit]

It appeared in Ep 138-139.

Tohto Sumo Stadium[edit]

It appeared in Ep 316.

Nanbu Aquarium[edit]

It was introduce in Code Sheet Case.

Historical sites[edit]

Landmarks[edit]

Tokyo Tower/Tohto Tower[edit]

Tokyo Tower (東京タワー Tōkyō Tawā?) is a communications and observation tower located in Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan built in the 1950s. Inspired in design by the Eiffel Tower, this landmark has become a popular tourist and school field trip destination. In the manga and anime series the tower is referred to as Tohto[12] Tower (東都タワー Tōto Tawā?). "Tohto" is a shorter way of saying Tokyo Metropolis (東京都 Tōkyō-to?). The tower was featured in The Raven Chaser, during the climax of the film.

Bell Tree Tower

Tsutenkaku Tower[edit]

The Tsutenkaku Tower (通天閣 Tsūtenkaku?) is a weather and observation tower located in Naniwa-ku, Osaka, Japan built originally in 1912, dismantled, and then rebuilt in the 1950s. This tower, like Tokyo Tower, was inspired in design by the Eiffel Tower in addition to the Arc de Triomphe. The 1912 Tsutenkaku Tower was built next to an amusement park but later dismantled in the 1940s in an effort to thwart American bombing raids. The current tower was built on the same site in the 1950s thanks to the efforts of the citizens of Osaka. Notable appearances of this landmark in Detective Conan include The Naniwa Serial Murder Case, Conan, Heiji, and the Vanished Boy, and The Last Wizard of the Century.

Tokyo Skytree/Bell Tree Tower[edit]

The Tokyo Sky Tree (東京スカイツリー Tōkyō Sukai Tsurī?) is a broadcasting, restaurant, and observation tower located in Sumida, Tokyo, Japan construction was complete on February 29, 2012, while it opened to the public on May 22, 2012. The Sky Tree was built mostly to give better digital terrestrial television coverage since the Tokyo Tower has long been overshadowed by taller high-rise buildings and is unable to provide the necessary coverage. The in series name for the Tokyo Sky Tree is Bell Tree Tower (ベルツリータワー Beru Tsurī Tawā?). Judging from the use of the name "Bell Tree", it seems it was built/is owned in series by the Suzuki Zaibatsu. The Sky Tree replaced the Tokyo Tower as the scene of the climax for Akako's face-off against Kaitou Kid in A Witch Sheds No Tears. The tower has been featured recently in Lupin III vs. Detective Conan: The Movie, The Coded Invitation, and Dimensional Sniper.

Hotels[edit]

Hotel New Beika[edit]

Haido City Hotel[edit]

Haido Hotel[edit]

Enjyu City Hotel[edit]

The hotel where Akemi Miyano left her money.

K3[edit]

Located in Osaka, it was dedicated to three sports players, with the three K's representing something sports-related.

Minato Hotel[edit]

Minato Hotel is a hotel with a revolving restaurant on the roof and is presumably located in the Minato special ward in Tokyo. Jody Hopper's magician troupe were scheduled to perform what was going to be their last show together. Unfortunately, the show was ruined by Snake and his lackies who were after the Hopper family Red Tear. Kaitou Kid managed to beat them by setting the restaurant to rotate at high speed.

Hotel Haido Pride[edit]

Located near the Mouri Detective Agency, Masumi Sera and the unknown child moved in here during the Shogi Tournament Case. This is also where Yumi Miyamoto had been taken hostage.

Teito Hotel[edit]

It was mentioned in episode 916.

Hotel Bond-Seven[edit]

It appeared File 1038.

Railway Tracks and Stations[edit]

Trains and their tracks play important roles in getting the characters around throughout Beika City and the rest of Japan. The prominent railway company is Tohto[12] Railways (東都鉄道 Tōto Tetsudō?), henceforth referred to as TR, a reference to the real-life Japan Railways (JR).

TR Terminal Station[edit]

TR Terminal Station (東都鉄道ターミナル駅 Tōto Tetsudō Tāminaru-eki?) is the head/commanding train station featured in The Time-Bombed Skyscraper. Employees give commands to the train conductors and give them updates on obstacles or situations from the command center.

Beika Station

Beika Station[edit]

Beika Station (米花駅 Beika-eki?) is the main train station frequented by the cast of Detective Conan and is one of the many stations located along the Loop Line. This station played a key role in The Time-Bombed Skyscraper. It seems to be modeled in appearance after the real-life Shin-Ōkubo Station in Shinjuku, Japan.[13]


Islands[edit]

Tsukikage Island[edit]

It appeared in Ep 11.

Onikame Island[edit]

It appeared in Ep 291-293.

Isle of Mermaids[edit]

It's in the Fukui Prefectural. It appeared in ep 222-224.

Hatmato Island[edit]

It appeared in Hatmato island case.

Umizarujima[edit]

It appeared in File 1064.

Umibotaru[edit]

It appeared in File 1063.

Non-Canon Locations[edit]

Anime-Original Episodes[edit]

  • Angel’s Mansion - The southern mansion is where Gozoshi Isegawa passed away. The west mansion is where Isegawa workers typically worked. The north mansion is where the children and servants live. The east mansion has a labyrinth that connect to it. Each of the mansion have a angel statue like for example the southern mansion is guarded has the southern angel. It’s said every one of the angel statue is facing either north, east, south or west. Each of the angel have the face of Isegawa ex-wife when she was young. There are bull statues to and there is a minataur statue as well. Yuriko mother live in the House of Corrida that sits in Angel’s Mansion. After Yuriko solved her great grandfather riddle the Angel’s Mansion and the fake Skeleton became a theme park based on bulls and labyrinths. Isegawa mansion is called a huge labyrinth. They appeared in Episode 403-404.
  • Anime Land - a huge park mentioned ep 424.
  • Nishi-Sumida Station - it appeared in Episode 337.
  • Onizawa Village - it appeared in Episode 348-349.
  • Beika Sport Center - it appeared in Episode 364-365
  • Haido Mansion - it appeared in Episode 364-365.
  • Lake Okutani - it appeared in Episode 352-353.
  • Oodou University - it appeared in Episode 379-380.
  • Kotoya Inn - it appeared in Episode 379-380.
  • Lovers Beacon - it appeared in Episode 299-300.
  • Ecriture - it appeared in Episode 368.
  • Cleaning Ogawa - it appeared in Episode 384.
  • Bar Lemon - it appeared in Episode 384
  • Osawa Fruits and Vegetables shop owner - it appeared in Episode Episode 369.
  • Beika Central Hospital - it appeared in Episode 369.
  • Takakuma Brewery - it appeared in Episode 388-389.
  • Mt. Tenbu - it appeared in Episode 208.
  • Bar Mimasu - it appeared in Episode 264-265.
  • "Karantei" Restaurant - it appeared in Episode 260.
  • Teitan Shrine - it appeared in Episode 257.
  • Adventure World - it appeared in Episode 236-237.
  • Naniwa Medical School - it appeared in Episode 236-237.
  • Soothing Forest - it appeared in Episode 248.
  • OK Corral Ranch - it appeared in Episode 251.
  • Manpuku restaurant - it appeared in Episode 225.
  • Sunflower Estate - it appeared in Episode 245
  • Dolphinland Theme Park - it appeared in Episode 214.
  • Hotel Arimori - it appeared in Episode 203-204.
  • Midori Beauty Salon - it appeared in Episode 135.
  • Hanayama University - it appeared in Episode 148.
  • Pearl Mansion - ep 456.
  • Takarazushi shop - ep 456
  • Peach Sunday - a coffee shop that appeared in Episode 179.
  • ODA Hotel - it that appeared in Episode 159-160.
  • Pagoda - it that appeared in Episode 159-160.
  • Kagekuwa Village - it that appeared in Episode 201-202.
  • l'Escargot's - it that appeared in Episode 140.
  • Nichiru Land - it that appeared in Episode 149.
  • Kirigamini Hotel - it that appeared in Episode 197-198.
  • Ungaoka Kogen snow village - it that appeared in Episode 165
  • Beika Street Aquarium - it that appeared in Episode 169.
  • Riyu Stream Restaurant - a highly popular traditional Japanese restaurant. It uses computer-controlled, miniature boats carrying food along a waterway that appeared in Episode 161.
  • Joumon University - it that appeared in Episode 161.
  • Hikari Maison - it that appeared in Episode 155
  • Enokida Jewelry - it that appeared in Episode 107.
  • Bay Front Hotel - it that appeared in Episode 90
  • Ryokan Genbe - it that appeared in Episode 94.
  • East Beika Hospital - it that appeared in Episode 83
  • Angel City Hotel - it that appeared in Episode 106.
  • Tabuse Msueum - ep 554-555
  • Tohto Bank - it that appeared in Episode 79.
  • Hatabana station - ep 599.
  • Beika Theatrical Stage - it that appeared in Episode 67.
  • Shiki Island - it that appeared in Episode 61-62.
  • Shukou High School - it that appeared in Episode 41.
  • Marutan Department Store - it that appeared in Episode 17.
  • Beika Shrine - it that appeared in Episode 21
  • Beika Grand Hotel - it that appeared in Episode 24
  • Beika Golf Garden - it that appeared in Episode 51.
  • Yuuzuki - a Japanese-style confection shop. It was mention in Episode 397.
  • Sunflower Bar - it that appeared in Episode 480.
  • Beika Broad Mall - it that appeared in Episode 478. It has a chestnuts shop, cosmetics show, DVD and VHS shop, a bookstore and dentistry.
  • Yakitori Naito - it that appeared in Episode 461.
  • Meguro cafeteria - it that appeared in Episode 448.
  • Izumo Museum - it that appeared in Episode 419-420.
  • Ryouunkaku Marriage Ceremony Hall - it that appeared in Episode 419.
  • Izumo Soba restaurant - it that appeared in Episode 419-420.
  • Hinode Inn - it that appeared in Episode 419-420.
  • Matsuura Heights - it that appeared in Episode 423.
  • Shitara Memorial Hall - it that appeared in Episode 437.
  • Kamakura alcohol shop - it that appeared in Episode 539.
  • Yamakawa Village - it that appeared in Episode 687. It has an ice hotel.
  • Ohama Beach- it that appeared in Episode 677.
  • Kyoudou House - it that appeared in Episode 669-670.
  • The Black Tower - it that appeared in Episode 669-670.
  • Ikitsuke Café - it that appeared in Episode 666.
  • Michi no eki Flower Shop - it that appeared in Episode 663.
  • Satsuki Bar - it that appeared in Episode 634.
  • Yamanaka pet shop - it that appeared in Episode 566.
  • Barber Ebihara - it that appeared in Episode 565.
  • Sugame station - it that appeared in Episode 599.
  • Tsukimi City antique store - it that appeared in Episode 540.
  • Soki Forest - it that appeared in Episode 540-541.
  • Fugu Taisho restaurant - it that appeared in Episode 540-541.
  • Chandi - it that appeared in Episode 635.
  • Non Mask Museum - it that appeared in Episode 716-717.
  • Fan Fan - it that appeared in Episode 709.
  • Beika Cafe - it that appeared in Episode 707.
  • Yanai Seibi High School - it that appeared in Episode 697.
  • Senjou Hall- it that appeared in Episode 594.
  • Misenya Shop - it that appeared in Episode 594.
  • Hot Springs Park - it that appeared in Episode 567.
  • Miox Mall - it that appeared in Episode 547.
  • Beika District Town Center- it that appeared in Episode 696.
  • Nishishiba Park - it that appeared in Episode 742.
  • Kanazawa East Hospital - it that appeared in Episode 761-762.
  • Ice Room - a boarding house that appeared in Episode 767.
  • Beika Hospital - that appeared in Episode 769.
  • Suzuki Art Museum - it that appeared in Episode 774.
  • Marin Coffee shop - it that appeared in Episode 719.
  • RONSON convenience store - it that appeared in Episode 833
  • Toto Detention Facility - it that appeared in Episode 833.
  • Nagai Toys - it that appeared in Episode 829.
  • Jazz Cafe - it that appeared in Episode 826.
  • Tidal Park - it that appeared in Episode 825.
  • Beika Bank - it that appeared in Episode 821.
  • Ōfumoto Station - it that appeared in Episode 820.
  • Kuwanoki High School - it that appeared in Episode 784.
  • Supermarket Bekaido - it that appeared in Episode 790.
  • Auberge Muto - it that appeared in Episode 794
  • Ishigama Jewelry - it that appeared in Episode 797.
  • Matsubara Jewelry Store - it that appeared in Episode 800.
  • Himawari Park - it that appeared in Episode 803.
  • Tsutsuji Park - it that appeared in Episode 803.
  • Sumire Park- it that appeared in Episode 803.
  • Tohto Paper Recycling Plant- it that appeared in Episode 804
  • Kabuki Center - it that appeared in Episode 804
  • Hoaji Hospital- it that appeared in Episode 804
  • Beimyoji - it that appeared in Episode 816
  • Hoto Temple - it that appeared in Episode 875
  • Misakihama Clinic - it that appeared in Episode 869-870.
  • BOOK Cafe - it that appeared in Episode 868.
  • Sandcastle Pachinko - it that appeared in Episode 883-884.
  • Kanematsu Park - it that appeared in Episode 883.
  • Aozora Fountain Plaza - it that appeared in Episode 883.
  • Flower Garden Isobe - it that appeared in Episode 883
  • Green Green Restaurant - it that appeared in Episode 883
  • Midori Law Office - it that appeared in Episode 883
  • Jupiter research center and observatory - it that appeared in Episode 883.
  • Ginza bar- it that appeared in Episode 976.
  • Birinmon Fish Market - it that appeared in Episode 976
  • Bocchan Restaurant- it that appeared in Episode 981-982.
  • Beika Mall - it that appeared in Episode 988.
  • HISHIDA Hall - it that appeared in Episode 962-964.
  • Okuhoku Glamping Park - it that appeared in Episode 961.
  • Floral park - it that appeared in Episode 960.
  • Kuronosu Village - it that appeared in Episode 955. It has Gaga Shrine in it.
  • Steam train park - it that appeared in Episode 951.
  • Beika Dinosaur Museum - it that appeared in Episode 948
  • Grand Light retirement - it that appeared in Episode 946-947
  • Yotsubishi Bank - it that appeared in Episode 944-945.
  • Monja Shop - it that appeared in Episode 943
  • Oninohamura - it that appeared in Episode 939.
  • Kagami Studios - it that appeared in Episode 937-938.
  • Singaporean Marina- it that appeared in Episode 936
  • Shimomura Cigarettes - it that appeared in Episode 936
  • Beika Bakery - it that appeared in Episode 813.
  • Terauchi Tangerine Farms - it that appeared in Episode 924.
  • Tokuyoshi Stables- it that appeared in Episode 933.
  • Kitado Stables - it that appeared in Episode 934.
  • TMS Mart - it that appeared in Episode A Woman Standing by the Window.
  • Goto Research - it that mention in Episode 921.
  • Shimazu Jewelry Store - it that appeared in Episode 913-914.
  • Mitsuboshi Department Store - it that appeared in Episode 912.
  • Okuho Lake - it that appeared in Episode 912.
  • J-League Stadium - it that appeared in Episode 907.
  • Hatobue Lodge - it that appeared in Episode 906-906
  • Beika City Animal Hospital - it that appeared in Episode 981.
  • Sutero Art Museum - it that appeared in Episode 979.
  • Hadoson Seaside Park - it that appeared in Episode 979
  • Dadagaya Concert Hall - it that appeared in Episode 979.
  • Kinomiri Park - it appeared in ep 883.
  • Shinyuzaki Hotel - it was mention in ep 300.
  • Toretore Market - it was mention and seen in ep 300.
  • Toy & Game - it was seen in ep 845-846.
  • Okagaoka Cemetery - it appeared in ep 979.
  • Beika Bridal Jewelry Store - it appeared in Episode 915.
  • Sasaki Studio - it appeared in ep 915.
  • RANSUN Gas Station - it appeared in ep 556.
  • Motojo University - ep 486.
  • Tokyo Park - ep 908
  • PM convenience store - ep 956-957
  • Nebada Brewery - ep 956-957
  • Beika Business Hotel - ep 956-957
  • Goto research lab - ep 921.
  • Motojo University - ep 486
  • Cafe Haronbo - it appeared in ep 988.
  • Kaneko jewelry - it appeared in ep 989
  • Ogino fruit and vegetable shop - it appeared in ep 989.
  • F.A. Alloy - it appeared in ep 884. It’s a gilding factory.
  • Green Garden - it’s a orchard. It appeared in ep 884.

OVA[edit]

  • Ishigaki Butcher store - it appeared in OVA 6.
  • Hana Fish store - it appeared in OVA 6.
  • Riichi Beika Mahjong - it appeared in OVA Magic File 3.

Special Manga[edit]

  • Kitaomote Island - it appeared vol 2 Revenge
  • Yamano University Hospital - it appeared vol 12.
  • Garyu Village - it appeared in vol 10. It has a lake.
  • Twin House - it appeared in vol 10.
  • Shirahama Hospital - it appeared in The White Sandy Beach Murder Case.
  • Koizumi Shop - it appeared in The White Sandy Beach Murder Case.
  • Amamiya Bar - it appeared in The White Sandy Beach Murder Case.

Movie[edit]

  • Tohto Aeronautic Memorial Museum - it appeared in the Movie 2
  • Beika Police Station - it appeared in movie 2.
  • Aquacrystal - it appeared in the movie 2.
  • Towako - it appeared in the movie 2.
  • La Fleur French Restaurant - it appeared in movie 2.
  • Suzuki Modern Art Museum - it appeared in the movie 3
  • Yokosuka Castle - it appeared in the movie 3
  • Beika Sun Plaza Hotel - it appeared in the movie 4.
  • Nishitamashi Twin Tower - it appeared in the movie 5.
  • Beika City Hall - it appeared in the movie 6.
  • Jewel Dragon Temple - it appeared in the movie 7.
  • Snack Jiro - it appeared in the movie 7.
  • Tokohei restaurant - it appeared in the movie 7.
  • Miracle Land - it appeared in the movie 10.
  • Yokohama Ocean University - it appeared in the movie 10.
  • Koumi Island - it appeared in the movie 11.
  • Domoto Music Academy - it appeared in the movie 12.
  • Domoto Hall - it appeared in the movie 12.
  • Beika Woods- it appeared in the movie 13
  • Vega Hotel - it appeared in the movie 13. It’s in Kyoto.
  • Beika Building - it appeared in the movie 13.
  • Beika Laboratory - it appeared in the movie 14.
  • University of Beika Medcine - it mention in the movie 14
  • Kitanosawa Village - it appeared in the movie 15. It has a lodge, tourism agency and dam.
  • Misuzu Jewelry - it appeared in the movie 15.
  • Touto Stadium - it appeared in the movie 16.
  • Touto Plaza Hotel - it appeared in the movie 19.
  • Lake Rock Museum - it appeared in the movie 19.
  • Tohto Aquarium - it appeared in the movie 20.
  • Edge of Ocean - it appeared in the movie 22.

TV Special[edit]

Novels[edit]

  • Kubo Inn - it appeared in The Legend of the Buried Treasure of Koshu.
  • Haido theatre - murder symphony
  • SONOKO Hotel - it appeared in Shinichi Kudo Returns ~Confrontation with the Black Organization~ (Novel). It’s called Tokyo Bell Wood Hotel in the live action adaptation.
  • Ejinbara - it is one of the first harbors that allowed access to foreign ships in the nineteenth century, and thus grew out to be a home away from home for foreigners, and one could sense this 'foreignness' throughout Ejinbara, because not only was the town filled with Western-style buildings and paved streets, it was also one of the first places in Japan to have 'modern' facilities like underground waterworks and electricity. The classic look of the town is kept well-preserved, making it a popular tourist destination. It appeared in The Witch of Ejinbara. It has a toy museum, park, hospital, a primary school and a river.

Live Action[edit]

Game[edit]

Loop Line[edit]

The Loop Line (環状線 Kanjōsen?) is the main set of tracks for Beika City and was featured prominently in The Time-Bombed Skyscraper. As its name suggests, this track runs in a loop around Beika City. A majority of the stations seem to be based on the real-life Yamanote Line. In The Missing Page it is referred to as the Tohto[12] Line (東都線 Tōto-sen?).

Stations[edit]

  • Beika Station (米花駅)

  • Nibanmachi Station (二番街駅) **

  • Beika Station (米花駅)

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** Not included in listing as of A Friend of Justice

Sakaimachi Line[edit]

The Sakaimachi Line (境町線 Sakaimachisen?) is a connecting line to the series' main Loop Line. It is mentioned in the non-canon case The Missing Page.

Stations[edit]

  • Ashikōen Station (芦公園駅)

  • Yahatayama Station (八畑山駅)

  • Yorogi Station (よろぎ駅) - Transfer station to Loop Line

  • Shimokado Station (下高戸駅)

  • Tsubakijōsui Station (椿上水駅)

  • Kamiminamizawa Station (上南沢駅)

Minato Line[edit]

The Minato Line (港線 Minatosen?) is a connecting line to the series' main Loop Line. It is mentioned in the non-canon case The Missing Page.

Stations[edit]

  • Kozuka Station (小塚駅) - Transfer station to Loop Line

Trivia[edit]

  • There are roads like Tsukumi Road as shown in Code Sheet Case and Raiha Pass as shown in Clash of Red and Black:Friday the Thirteenth.
  • There is a unnamed Bridge from File 39.
  • There is s Unnamed Race course that it appeared in ¥1,000,000,000 Robbery.
  • There is a Unnamed port that appears in ¥1,000,000,000 Robbery.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "名称集". http://www008.upp.so-net.ne.jp/cookie/name.html. Retrieved on 2010-01-06. 
  2. ^ Anime original information. The place is on the invitation, an Inaka Village improperly 2 kilometers from Okuno Dam, in the distant Shizuoka Prefecture.
  3. ^ The Whereabouts of the Embarrassing Charm
  4. ^ Episode 304
  5. ^ EP361-362
  6. ^ Detective Memoir of Monkey and Rake
  7. ^ Bathroom Where Ran Collapsed As Well
  8. ^ A June Bride Murder Case
  9. ^ The Suspects Are a Passionate Couple
  10. ^ Episode 2
  11. ^ The Suspects Are a Passionate Couple
  12. ^ a b c d File:Spelling of 東都.jpg
  13. ^ "米花町のモデル: 紺碧の世界に夜露死苦". http://coolway.air-nifty.com. 2008-05-08. http://coolway.air-nifty.com/unicorn/2008/05/post_ac2d.html. Retrieved on 2012-11-25. 
  14. ^ "「名探偵コナン」に登場する「東都環状線」を「山手線」と比較検証してみた その1 駅名". 太郎の部屋. 2009-11-07. http://tarouroom.blog89.fc2.com/blog-entry-613.html. Retrieved on 2012-03-25. 

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