‘The Future Diary‘ can only be described as equally attractive and exciting parts. After all, it brings strangers together and provides them with a journal outlining their relationship to see if true love can be found amid silent turmoil.
Although the reality of this product is clearly established yet emotionally true that participants get only one month together, and they can not even communicate between recordings. This, in turn, makes all their days an important part of the “The Future Diary” series.
The Future Diary Tv Series Filming Locations
As the first-ever and authentic Japanese show – not to be confused with the exciting psychological manga of the same name by Sakae Esuno – remains true to its proud place. In other words, the ‘The Future Diary’ is fully recorded in Japan, albeit in various parts, including Tokyo, Hokkaido, Tochigi, Okinawa, and the Shodoshima Islands.
While The Future Diary season 1 was aired from July to August 2021, the production of The Future Diary season 2 took place in October and November of the same year.
From the Marine Rouge to Skytree and from Oshiage Station to Sumida Aquarium, all the Tokyo local signs (large or small) appear in this real series from time to time. Even local institutions such as Café Meursault and the Chavaty tea-specialist tea shop, among a few others, play a role in lighting up the episodes where needed.
It should be noted that the capital and capital of Japan also served as a recording studio for ‘Kill Bill: Vol. 1 ‘(2003), and ‘Inception’ (2010).
Hokkaido region is an important production site for season 1 of ‘The Future Diary’, especially as actor Takuto Wakamatsu is a native of the island. Yamanaka Dairy Farm and Ajidokoro Takeda in Otaru, Sunflower Village in Hokuryu, and Sapporo delicacies make a memorable look.
The Tochigi region is featured in the first season of Netflix in the first season thanks to travel actors Moka Nozoe, Akimitsu “Aki” Sumimoto, and Koyo Momota. Tsutsuji Suspension Bridge, Licca (restaurant), Rindo Lake Family Ranch, and Hoshino Resorts RISONARE are also on display. Found in Japan’s Inland Sea, Shodoshima or Shōdo Island is also a feature of ‘The Future Diary’ season 2.
Yokohama and Okinawa are two other producers hired to give the series an amazing look at season 1. After all, while the first is the second-largest city in the world in terms of population, the latter region has more than 150 islands. Finally, the amazing Mishima Skywalk in Shizuoka made a remarkable appearance in season 2 of the first episode.