Kudo Residence

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Front view of the Kudo residence in the anime.
Low angle shot of the roof and balcony in the anime.

The Kudo Residence is a stately mansion in the style of the Tudor and Tudor Revival architecture, located at no. 21 in the second block of Beika Town, a district of the fictional Beika Ward. It is the home of the Kudo family and temporary residence of Subaru Okiya since recently, taking care of the house after Ran Mouri and her friend Sonoko Suzuki did so since Shinichi Kudo's disappearance.

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Rooms of interest[edit]

Living room


The living room is spacious with a fire place and sofa

Foyer[edit]

Kitchen[edit]

Living room[edit]

Yusaku Kudo's study[edit]

Ran and Shinichi in Yusaku Kudo's study.

Plot overview[edit]

Detective Conan plot overview[edit]

The Great Detective Turned Small (Manga: 2, Anime: 2)[edit]

Ran Mouri visits the Kudo residence during her search for the vanished Shinichi Kudo, but only finds Professor Hiroshi Agasa there, together with a seemingly strange young boy, who, unbeknownst to her, is actually the shrunken Shinichi. He quickly cobbles together the new identity of "Conan Edogawa" with the help of some books from his father's study before leaving the mansion with her to move into the Mouri Detective Agency in a nearby block.

The Nightmare in the Basement (Manga: 19, Anime: 20)[edit]

After their adventure in the seemingly abandoned house, the Detective Boys plan a trip to another allegedly haunted mansion: The Kudo residence, which Conan Edogawa tries to prevent them from going to.

How Lives Cross... (Manga: 48, Anime: 42)[edit]

Magician's Suicide Case/Suspicious Uncle Case (Manga: 133-134, Anime: 96)[edit]

First Love... (Manga: 173, Anime: 100)[edit]

The Girl Made of Lies (Manga: 179, Anime: 129)[edit]

Ai Haibara explains how she checked out the Kudo residence as Shiho Miyano with a couple of agents from the organization to see whether he's dead, which is visible during a flashback. The interior is dusty and it looks like nobody lived there for a while, so they closed the case, but Shiho found that his elementary school clothes were missing.

Momentary Rest (Manga: 258, Anime: 192)[edit]

Halloween Party Case (Manga: 429-434, Anime: 345)[edit]

Shinichi's Childhood Adventure (Manga: 570-573, Anime: 472-473)[edit]

A New Neighbor (Manga: 624, Anime: 510-511)[edit]

Paper Airplane Case (Manga: 638-640, Anime: 510-511)[edit]

Target on Tape (Manga: 775-777, Anime: 656-657)[edit]

Cold Case (Manga: 812-814, Anime: 690-691)[edit]

A Lonely Figure in the Lamplight (Manga: 817)[edit]

Delivery Service (Manga: 841-843, Anime: 722-723)[edit]

Scarlet Showdown (Manga: 894-898, Anime: 781-783)[edit]

Ran & Shinichi – First Contact (Manga: 921-924, Anime: 853-854)[edit]

Sanction of the Betrayal (Manga: 954, Anime: 866)[edit]

Missing Maria Higashio Case (Manga: 1006-1008, Anime: 941-942)[edit]

Black Bunny's Club Case (Manga: 1009-1012, Anime: 952-954)[edit]

Yusaku Kudo's TV Show Case (Manga: 1058-1060)[edit]

FBI Serial Murder Case (Manga: 1061-1066)[edit]

Non-canon Detective Conan plot overview[edit]

Anime[edit]

The Convenience Store Trap (Anime: 344)[edit]

Aya Ueto and Shinichi - The Promise from 4 Years Ago (Anime: 437 )[edit]

TV Specials[edit]

Episode One: The Great Detective Turned Small[edit]

Original Video Animations[edit]

The Stranger from Ten Years Later (OVA: 9)[edit]

Magic Files[edit]

Shinichi Kudo, The Case of the Mysterious Wall and the Black Lab (Magic File: 2)[edit]

Niigata~Tokyo Souvenir Capriccio (Magic File: 5)[edit]

Anime Openings[edit]

Mune ga Dokidoki (Anime OP: 1)[edit]

Countdown (Anime OP: 47)[edit]

Timeline (Anime OP: 48)[edit]

Anime Closings[edit]

Negai Goto Hitotsu Dake (Anime ED: 5)[edit]

Still for your love (Anime ED: 7)[edit]

Natsu no Maboroshi (Anime ED: 10)[edit]

Thank You For Everything (Anime ED: 23)[edit]

The Kudo residence in the 23rd closing animation.

Kanashii Hodo Anata ga Suki (Anime ED: 24)[edit]

Kanashii Hodo Kyō no Yūhi Kirei da ne (Anime ED: 41)[edit]

Ima Aitakute... (Anime ED: 46)[edit]

Games[edit]

Detective Conan: Mystery Town[edit]

The Kudo residence is one of the objects that can be built in Mystery Town.

Magic Kaito plot overview[edit]

Omake Manga (MK Manga: Volume 5 Omake)[edit]

Gosho Aoyama remodeled Akako's house for use as the Kudo residence.

Gosho Aoyama as director finishes the shooting of "Sun Halo" and tells his assistants to get "the gate for the other series" for a remodeling of Akako Koizumi's residence into the Kudo residence. Kaito Kuroba is flabbergasted that Gosho's just recycling settings.

Zero's Tea Time plot overview[edit]

A Big Catch (ZTT Manga: 18)[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • The exact address of the Kudo residence in the Manga is Tokyo, Beika Ward, Beika Town, 2nd Block, House Number 21 (東京都米花区米花町2丁目21番地 Tōkyō-to Beika-ku Beika-chō 2-chōme 22-banchi?), with the "Beika Town 2-21" (2nd Block, House Number 21) being an allusion to Sherlock Holmes's address of Baker Street 221B.
  • The Kudo residence seemingly shares a model with Akako Koizumi's residence, considering their similar appearances. Gosho Aoyama also alluded to this during a meta joke in the Omake (Bonus Comic) of Magic Kaito Volume 5.
  • A mansion identical to the Kudo residence in architecture appears in the background of the mystery TV show George Kirishima (from Detective George's Mini-Mini Big Strategy) features in during file 102 of Detective Conan.
  • The two photos in Reiko Kujo's apartment are about Kudo residence, but with an inverted orientation, so she's a close acquaintance of the Kudo family since Conan knows her very well.

See also[edit]

Setting
Cities and TownsEducational InstitutionsPrefectures of JapanRailway Lines and Stations
Character's Homes Akako KoizumiJirokichi SuzukiKudo familyKuroba familyMouri familyNakamori family
Educational Institutions Ekoda High SchoolKohnan High SchoolTeitan Elementary School
Hotels & Inns Haido City Hotel
Towns & Cities Beika WardBeika TownEkodaGinzaHaidoShibuyaToshimaYaoya
Train Stations Beika StationTokyo Station
Other Locations Beika AquariumClock Tower (Black Star)Nippon BudokanTokyo SkytreeTokyo TowerTropical Land