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The youth of this town have a golden spirit. That spirit they embody will naturally course into others without a word...

Morioh (杜王町 Moriō-chō) is a fictional town located within Japan's M Prefecture in S-City, and the setting of the fourth part of the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure series, Diamond is Unbreakable.

While the population of Morioh is small and relatively peaceful, living there before the introduction of the Bow and Arrow are several Stand users; among them Josuke Higashikata and the villainous Yoshikage Kira. After the Nijimura brothers take the Bow and Arrow, activity in the town takes a spike.

Morioh possesses several landmarks, the vast majority of them being connected to a Stand user.

Geographical Description and Climate

Josuke's House, representative of Morioh's western architecture

Morioh is a small coastal town situated in Japan. Morioh is said to be near a certain "S-City", in "M-Prefecture", which is a reference to Araki's own real-life hometown of Sendai, Miyagi prefecture. The town is roughly centered around its train station, with downtown Morioh being situated near the station and the largest roads spreading in a circle from the station. To the East of the train station are most of the residential areas then the coast itself. To the West South-West of the station are the more rural areas and agricultural fields. Beyond that are mountainous areas. The Hirose river crosses the South of Morioh before linking with the sea.

Despite being a Japanese town, the local architecture is mostly Western-style. The residential neighborhoods of Morioh actually resemble American suburbs with spacious tracts of land and detached houses. Morioh's downtown is also occupied by Western-style buildings, which are a couple of stories tall at most, leaving a cleared skyline.

Josuke taking the bus

The infrastructure of Morioh is well-developed, notably in the local means of public transportation. One train station links Morioh to S-City and is often used by commuters. There is also a bus network that connects Morioh to other cities, for instance to Sapporo.[2] There are at least three different bus lines, as Koichi Hirose tells Jotaro Kujo to take the "bus 3".[3]

The information below derives from a source not written by Araki. As such, it may or may not be considered canon.

S City of M Prefecture is a city adjacent to Morioh. It was undergoing many forays to new enterprises. People working there were seeking to take residence and came to Morioh, quickly expanding the town's population.[4]

Morioh in a blizzard

S City was much more modern than Morioh: people often compared life there with the ones seen on TV dramas. Some people that didn't want a rural life or to take a modern job went there after graduating high school in search of a job, but the market was competitive.

As Morioh is situated in Northeastern Japan, it has particularly cold winters.[5] A flashback of Josuke's childhood points out that Morioh could be subject to blizzards.[6]

Culture

Unless prompted to fight, most of the Stand Users in Morioh lead a peaceful and mundane life

As a countryside Japanese town, life in Morioh is relatively quiet and peaceful. Most of the population consists of ordinary human beings who live ordinary lives. Most of the population belongs to the middle to middle-high class, with some residences used as summer houses for rich people who aren't locals. There is a mild obvious criminal activity in young biker gangs who break the law and drive recklessly.[7] In the summer, the town sees an influx of tourists, and the local inhabitants are said to be relatively unwelcoming of the tourists.[8]

However, Morioh is unique because of the unusually high population of Stand Users who live here. This is explained by the presence of two Arrows in the hands of the Nijimura and Kira families, as well as the presence of a minor branch of the Joestar Family in the Higashikatas. Keicho Nijimura has shot many people with his Arrow in the months preceding the events of Diamond is Unbreakable, and Yoshihiro Kira also has shot a number of people with his Arrow, resulting in a high concentration of malevolent Stand Users. Josuke Higashikata also has acquired a Stand thanks to his blood connection with the Joestar Family. Finally, the town has known a natural influx of Stand Users who have come for unrelated reasons, such as Tonio Trussardi and Aya Tsuji. Josuke and his companions often clash with malevolent Stand Users, resulting in regular occurrences of mayhem across Morioh.

The "town's flower" is the Adonis, and the town's specialty is Miso-flavored Beef Tongue.[1]

The residents of Morioh are somewhat superstitious without being truly religious. Whenever they narrowly escape trouble, they think "I was saved thanks to my good conduct". People over 30 will also mutter an old saying: "With faith, even a sardine's head can be sacred".[8]

The anime adaptation adds a local radio show named "Morioh-cho Radio", hosted by a man named Kai Harada. The radio offers local news and broadcasts songs.

Activities

Commuters at Morioh Station

Morioh is a commuter town and a suburb of S City, which means a large part of the working population commutes to the larger S-City to work. However, Morioh is not devoid of local business. The town has a number of small businesses operating, such as the Kameyu market hall, a bank, and other mundane businesses. Morioh also has an industrial port and has a local fishing industry (seen with the fishermen who witnessed the incident Yukako Yamagishi at Boing-boing Cape).[9] The town also has a small number of unusual businesses. Tonio Trussardi's "Trattoria" and Aya Tsuji's "Cinderella" Beauty Salon's activities are based on their owners' respective Stand powers, resulting in highly unusual services.[10][11] Tamami Kobayashi, a local resident, also operates as a loan shark and uses his The Lock to guilt-trip people into giving him back his loans immediately.[12]

Morioh's tourism industry is booming in the summer

Every year on July 1, rivers and beaches open up to the public in Morioh. Because of this, the date range from July to August is the season for traveling and tourism. 70% to 80% of the total tourism revenue of Morioh is brought in during this time. The number of domestic and international visitors coming from the Tokyo area or S city nearly doubles the population.[13] Each year, the town attracts around 200,000 tourists. However, the residents generally do not mingle with the tourists and local vendors approach them with an unwelcoming attitude like "If you're going to buy something, I'll sell it to you". Despite how their nature can be off-putting, the people of Morioh are generally good people after getting to know them.[8]

Popular Activities include vacation resorts, golfing, camping, fishing, picnicking, yachting, windsurfing, tasting local seafood and traditional Japanese products, and visiting the mysterious underwater palace. All are main attractions that ensure a good time in Morioh over the summer.[13]

History

Morioh's development since Josuke's childhood

The area around Morioh has been inhabited for a long time. There are remains of villages dating back to the Jomon Period (c. 14,000–300 BCE). It was then inhabited by samurai with many martial arts training grounds and villas.[1] In the 1980s, the town quickly developed into a small yet significant commuter town with a middle-class population who commutes to S-City for work.


The information below derives from a source which was not written by Araki. As such, it may or may not be considered canon.

Not much earlier, Morioh had been just a rural town where one could find only rice and vegetable fields. The country town was run mostly by agriculture business, and as a result, people in there had hard and cracked hands. They often needed to check on the water in the paddy fields in the middle of the night. There was at least one area in the Northeast famous for an old summer retreat.

Morioh eventually underwent a transformation in an age where places all over Japan were improving. M Prefecture's government officials decided to invest money into Morioh to develop it, as its population was quickly increasing with workers from the adjacent S City. The streets were repaired, shops and markets were built, and pretty houses were lined up on the land that used to be rice fields. Power lines and telephone poles that harmed the views disappeared or were abandoned (including one that would later be bound to the Stand Super Fly). With the development of the town, many people came back to live in Morioh, with Akari Hirai among them.


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Kira secretly follows and kill victims of opportunity for years

On August 13, 1983, the story of Morioh takes a turn for the worse.[14] A young Yoshikage Kira commits his first murder, killing Reimi Sugimoto and her family. Kira will kill 48 women over 15 years, remaining unsuspected all this time due to leaving no evidence save for his first murder, as well as keeping a low profile. As of 1999, Morioh has 81 missing persons, 45 of which are children, which is seven to eight times greater than the average for similarly-sized cities in Japan.[1] At the start of the year, Keicho Nijimura and Okuyasu Nijimura arrive in town. They use the Bow and Arrow to create several Stand Users, leading to a spike in criminality.[14] Months earlier, Keicho has turned the criminal Anjuro Katagiri into a Stand User[15] and Anjuro moves to Morioh.

Warned about this criminal, Jotaro Kujo arrives in town and meets with Josuke Higashikata.[16] For a while, Josuke and Jotaro gather allies and proceed to protect the town from all the malevolent Stand Users created by Keicho. Keicho is killed, and the Arrow temporarily stolen by Akira Otoishi, who is eventually arrested. The heroes also retrieve his Arrow.[2]

The heroes finally manage to stop Kira for good

However, on June 13, Koichi Hirose and Rohan Kishibe meet the Ghost of Reimi Sugimoto, who warns them about a serial-killer.[17] The search for Yoshikage Kira accelerates when he encounters Shigekiyo Yangu and leaves a clue about his identity when he is forced to fight the little boy. Although he is found out, Kira manages to steal someone's identity and face.[18] Yoshikage Kira's father, Yoshihiro Kira, uses his own Arrow to create another group of Stand Users, leading to a couple of fights. Meanwhile, Kira tries to live a normal life but the son of the Kawajiri Family, Hayato Kawajiri, manages to tip the heroes about Kira's identity. After a brutal fight, Kira is accidentally killed by an ambulance. His ghost is prevented from roaming free by Reimi and her dog Arnold, who make it so Kira's soul is taken away by the malicious spirits of Ghost Girl's Alley.[19]

With Morioh now rid of Kira and with a generation of benevolent Stand Users to protect it, Jotaro and Joseph Joestar leave Morioh, confident that it is in good hands.

JORGE JOESTAR

The information below derives from a source not written by Araki. As such, it may or may not be considered canon.
Morioh in JORGE JOESTAR

An alternate version of Morioh appears in the novel JORGE JOESTAR. Morioh is situated in an alternate universe where things such as the general geography of Earth is different from the original universe. Unlike the original universe, Japan is actually on a supercontinent named Panlandia.[20]

Similar to the original manga, Morioh is also a small Japanese coastal town known for its local delicacies and tourist-friendly attractions. The town is mostly peaceful yet lively; it has no telephone lines and has room for cars and pedestrians. With most of the town being on top of a valley, the residential area overlooks the coastal docks which are lined with several souvenir shops, inns, and restaurants. This Morioh also has some of the landmarks of the original Morioh, like the Angelo Rock, Boyoyoying Cape or Budogaoka High School.

One of the town's famous buildings was a unique house named the Cube House, which had no doors or windows, formerly residing on top of Morioh's biggest hill in 2004. In 2007, a new structure called the Arrow Cross House suddenly appeared in place of the Cube House, and it is later bought by Rohan Kishibe37 in 2012. Other than Rohan, Reimi Sugimoto is also a tenant in the Arrow Cross House. It is later revealed that Reimi, in the form of the Arrow Cross House and the Cube House, is the Stand of Penelope de la Rosa, a character from the original universe with George Joestar II, which manifested from her desperation to find George Joestar II in the 37th universe.[21][22]

Nero Nero Island on top of Morioh

Morioh's geography is altered drastically as a giant patch of land when it separates itself from Japan and the rest of Panlandia. The land begins to move on the ocean by itself, with an invisible dome-like barrier covering the town.[23] It is further altered when another giant piece of land, the walking Nero Nero Island, collides with Morioh and sits atop the town.

Morioh, submerged and upside down

Later, Jorge Joestar, Kars, Narancia Ghirga37, and Enrico Pucci37, crash their spaceship from Mars on top of the Arrow Cross House, and the impact knocks the piece of land upside down. Morioh ends up being underwater, revealing the mythical land of England under it.[24] Although the town is submerged, people were still stuck to the ground with the dome protecting the town from the ocean.

Just like Morioh from the manga, this Morioh has a greater-than-average population of Stand Users, who are also aware of the existence of the serial-killer named Yoshikage Kira. This Kira has also changed his face and identity and is currently pursued by some detectives.

Locations

Morioh Landmarks & Places of Interest

Angelo RockLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 273: Josuke Higashikata Meets Angelo!, Part 5
Anime Debut: DU Episode 2: Josuke Higashikata Meets Angelo!
Morioh Landmark #1: The Angelo Rock (アンジェロ岩 Anjero Iwa).

A famous landmark, it was created when enraged Josuke pummeled Anjuro Katagiri along with a rock at the same time, integrating them together during the healing process. Despite its scary and grim-looking appearance, it is surprisingly familiar with the townspeople and has gained popularity as a meeting point for lovers. To reach it, take the bus in Morioh and go towards the direction of Jōzenji road. Get off at the third stop and walk for one minute.[25] It's shown saying Agi (アギ) when Koichi interacts with it.[26]

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Manga Debut: Chapter 302: Yukako Yamagishi Falls in Love, Part 9
Anime Debut: DU Episode 8: Yukako Yamagishi Falls in Love, Part 1

Morioh Landmark #2: Boyoyoing Cape (ボヨヨン岬 Boyoyon Misaki).

A fisherman started the rumor when he saw Yukako falling from the cliff and Koichi using Echoes ACT2 to place a "bounce" sound on a spiked rock at the bottom. It was assumed to be a girl who was trying to commit suicide by jumping off the cliff and miraculously bounced back up. The local fishermen all pray for good luck to this particular rock, calling it a "sacred spot." Many also believe that there is a god of the sea at work. If one asks any local fisherman where it is, they'll gladly point it out.[9]

There is a house nearby that belongs to a businessman from Tokyo who uses this house as a summer home. Yukako Yamagishi uses it to hide and lock Koichi Hirose so that she has the time to make him love him.[27]

Trussardi's TrattoriaLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 303: Let's Go Eat Some Italian Food, Part 1
Anime Debut: DU Episode 10: Let's Go Eat Some Italian Food

Morioh Landmark #3: Trussardi's Trattoria (イタリア料理「トラサルディー」 Itaria Ryōri 'Torasarudī').

It is a recently established Italian restaurant owned and managed by Tonio Trussardi. It is next to Kunimitōge Graveyard where Keicho is buried. As he is the only employee there, the restaurant only features two tables, each having around 2-3 chairs. Trussardi's is unique in that customers do not choose their meals. Instead of a menu, Tonio will simply look the customer down and determine their meal based on certain problems pertaining to the customer's health. From this, he is able to create certain foods, using his Stand, Pearl Jam, to appeal to each of the customer's problems. (EX: A simple dish of tomatoes and mozzarella cured Okuyasu of a stiff shoulder). The restaurant uses only the finest Italian ingredients in its meals.

To see what is being served here, see: Tonio Trussardi's Dishes.

Morioh Grand HotelLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 284: Koichi Hirose (Echoes), Part 1
Anime Debut: DU Episode 1: Jotaro Kujo Meets Josuke Higashikata! (Cameo)
DU Episode 5: The Nijimura Brothers, Part 3 (1st full appearance)

Morioh Landmark #4: Morioh Grand Hotel (杜王消防署 Moriō Gurando Hoteru).

It is a high-class hotel in which Jotaro Kujo and his grandfather Joseph Joestar reside during their time in Morioh. Jotaro stays in Room 324 while Joseph stays in Room 326.[28]

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Morioh Landmark #5: Rohan Kishibe's House.

The residence of famous manga artist, Rohan Kishibe, has a total area of 3.4 acres (340 m2). The house features a living room, a dining room, a kitchen, an attic, and seven other rooms. It was rebuilt due to a fire, with repair costs exceeding 700 million yen.[29] If someone tries to visit, Rohan will pretend to be out.[6]

The house is partially wrecked by a fire during the game of cee-lo between Rohan and Josuke.[29]

Ghost Girl's AlleyLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 330: Rohan Kishibe's Adventure, Part 1
Anime Debut: DU Episode 17: Rohan Kishibe's Adventure
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Morioh Landmark #6: Ghost Girl's Alley (少女の幽霊に会える小道 Shoujo no Yuurei ni Aeru Komichi, literally "The Alley Where You Can Meet a Ghost Girl").

It is a hidden road located between the Owson grocery and Kisara Drugs. The alley acts as a purgatory for Reimi Sugimoto and Arnold, being a gateway to the afterlife, and it is invisible to most ordinary people. Should a person ever wander down the alley and look behind them in the area between the mailbox and the entrance path, ghostly hands will emerge and drag the person immediately to the afterlife.[30]

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Morioh Landmark #7: St. Gentlemen (サンジェルマン Sanjeruman).

It is a classy bakery that is popular with the residents of Morioh. The bakery is most well-known for its fried katsu sandwiches, which are prepared with prime katsu, exquisite ingredients, and freshly-baked bread every day at 11 A.M. Due to their high popularity, the sandwiches are typically sold out within two hours.

The bakery was a favorite of serial killer Yoshikage Kira, who bought katsu sandwiches on a regular basis to enjoy with his "girlfriends."

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Manga Debut: Chapter 384: Highway Star, Part 1

Morioh Landmark #8: Futatsumori Tunnel (二ッ杜トンネル Futatsu Mori-Tonneru, lit. Twin Forests Tunnel).

Completed in Kaei 5 (1852), the tunnel is used for vehicular road traffic coming from the north into South Morioh. On the front of the tunnel, the Morioh Logo is visible. It is located on the outskirts of Morioh, next to Trussardi's and the cemetery. One must pass the tunnel if they were traveling from Morioh High School to downtown Morioh. Josuke Higashikata passes through this tunnel when taking the bus going home from school. The tunnel is 450 m long.[31]

It was renovated in Showa 58 (1983) and has an approximate length of 450 meters. The tunnel's curvature has resulted in a lack of proper lighting and a plethora of accidents.[32] At some point, Yuya Fungami's Stand, Highway Star, created a room within the tunnel to lure unsuspecting victims through the use of illusions in order to capture and drain them of their nutrients.

Man Living in a TowerLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 398: Let's Live on a Transmission Tower, Part 1
Anime Debut: DU Episode 5: The Nijimura Brothers, Part 3 (Cameo)

Morioh Landmark #9: Man Living in a Tower.

Toyohiro Kanedaichi lives in an electric pylon. It is actually bound to Toyohiro's Stand, Super Fly. He claims to have bought the metal tower 3 years ago for $100,000 and has not left it since (although it is explained by the power of Super Fly imprisoning him inside. He also claims to not having touched the ground for a month when he meets Josuke Higashikata. He lives a life of complete self-sufficiency, but he is missing things such as salt and sweets. If given food and spices, he'll let people take pictures with him.[33]

Other Locations

Morioh StationLink to this section

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Morioh Station (杜王駅 Moriō-eki) is the only train station of Morioh. It is situated at the center of Morioh and connects the town to S-City. Joseph has heard that more than 5,000 commuter come through this station every day.[34] There is a small shopping arcade to the side of the station.

The anime indicates in a shot the adjacent stations to the trainline, which are West Morioh (西杜王 Nishi-Moriō) and Inner Morioh (奥杜王 Oku-Moriō)[35]

Morioh PortLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 311: Red Hot Chili Pepper, Part 5
Anime Debut: DU Episode 8: Yukako Yamagishi Falls in Love, Part 1 (Cameo)
DU Episode 12: Red Hot Chili Pepper, Part 2 (1st full appearance)
An ordinary industrial port. It is notably the battlefield of the fight between Josuke and Akira Otoishi. Josuke passes through the port a second time when he is pursued by Highway Star and a third time to see his father and nephew off.

Budogaoka High SchoolLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 289: Toshikazu Hazamada (Surface), Part 1
Anime Debut: DU Episode 1: Jotaro Kujo Meets Josuke Higashikata!

Indicated on the map on the cover page of Chapter 303, Budogaoka High School (ぶどうヶ丘高校 Budōgaoka Kōkō) is the name of a high school (and middle school) that Josuke, Koichi, Okuyasu, their delegate (high school class 1-B), Toshikazu (high school class 3-C), Junko (high school class 3-E), Yukako, Shigechi (middle school second year), Mikitaka and Yuya, Hayato, and Kimura all attend.

The anime also states that while alive, Reimi attended the high school.

According to Okuyasu, the quality of the food served here is poor. He complains about the slices of meat being only 1 mm thick and about unidentifiable ingredients in the miso soup.[36]

Beauty Salon CinderellaLink to this section

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The Cinderella (シンデレラ Shinderera) stores motto is "Using Make-Up For Finding Love." The manager and chief beautician is Aya Tsuji, a Stand User who has the ability to switch out certain parts of one's physical appearance. Unlike other salons, the establishment is different in that it uses a technique called physiognomy, where, depending on the exact shape of one's face, their fortune changes accordingly; basically, by changing the customer's face, the fate of the customer is changed as well. To determine the finished product, the salon uses high-tech computer-generated images.

The salon is located two minutes from Morioh Station by walking. It is closed on Tuesdays. It is unknown what happened to the salon after Aya's death.

Style
Cost
(In USD)
To find love
1000 ¥
~$13.58
To capture love
1500 ¥
~$13.58
To be proposed to
2000 ¥
~$18.11
To make him submit
3000 ¥
~$27.17
To marry into money
5000 ¥
~$45.28
To marry a celebrity
7000 ¥
~$63.39

Kameyu Department StoreLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 336: Shigechi's Harvest, Part 2
Anime Debut: DU Episode 1: Jotaro Kujo Meets Josuke Higashikata! (Mentioned only)
DU Episode 12: Red Hot Chili Pepper, Part 2 (Cameo)
DU Episode 18: Shigechi's Harvest, Part 1 (1st full appearance)

Kameyu (カメユー Kameyū) is a nationwide department store Josuke and others often go to. It would seem they sell everything ranging from clothes, appliances, toys, etc. It was mentioned during the events of the Harvest arc when Josuke managed to trade in coupons from the store for a large amount of money, and he later stated he would use the money that he, Okuyasu, and Shigechi earned from a lottery to buy shoes from there. Josuke, Koichi, and his family, Joseph, Rohan, Shizuka, and Yukako visit the store.

Kira worked in the Market Regional Management of Morioh's district, beginning in 1993.

Café Deux MagotsLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 347: The People of Morioh
Anime Debut: DU Episode 13: We Picked Up Something Crazy! (Cameo)
DU Episode 20: Yukako Yamagishi Dreams of Cinderella (1st full appearance)

Café Deux Magots (カフェ・ドゥ・マゴ Kafe du Mago) is a café in front of Morioh Station Square frequently visited by the protagonists. Its outdoor dining section is popular among Morioh's citizens and is notably convenient for holding meetings.[37] The name of Café Deux Magots is inspired by the famous Parisian café "Les Deux Magots" ("Magot" being a term for designating a type of figurine from the Far East).

Jozenji
JozenjiLink to this section

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Josuke's House, situated at 1-6. It is a Western-style detached house. Tomoko, Josuke, and the late Ryohei Higashikata live here. It takes 15 minutes to walk there from the train station.

Nijimura HouseLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 266: Jotaro Kujo Meets Josuke Higashikata!, Part 1
Anime Debut: DU Episode 2: Josuke Higashikata Meets Angelo! (Cameo)
DU Episode 3: The Nijimura Brothers, Part 1 (1st full appearance)
Okuyasu Nijimura's house, situated at 4-1280. It is where Okuyasu and his father live.[28] It takes 15 minutes to walk there from the train station and is close to Josuke's house. The house is a Victorian-style, run-down house giving off a scary atmosphere. It is partially wrecked during the fight between Josuke and Keicho Nijimura.

Koichi's HouseLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 286: Koichi Hirose (Echoes), Part 3
Anime Debut: DU Episode 6: Koichi Hirose (Echoes)

Koichi's house where he resides with his mother, father, Ayana, and their dog Police.

KotodaiLink to this section
Manga Debut: Chapter 330: Rohan Kishibe's Adventure, Part 1
Anime Debut: DU Episode 17: Rohan Kishibe's Adventure (Mentioned only)
Kotodai (匂当台 Kōtōdai) is where the Sugimoto family resided at 12, block 3. The ghost girl's alley is in block 2.

Kira HouseLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 334: Rohan Kishibe's Adventure, Part 5
Anime Debut: DU Episode 17: Rohan Kishibe's Adventure
Kira's House, situated in the older parts of Morioh. It is a villa built in the traditional Japanese style of architecture. After the Kira family fell on hard times during the time of Yoshikage Kira's grandfather, the house is the only thing of real value in Kira's possession.

Kawajiri HouseLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 369: Atom Heart Father, Part 5
Anime Debut: DU Episode 25: Atom Heart Father

The Kawajiri Family's house. The rent is over 100,000 yen.

Sun MartLink to this section

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Sun Mart (SUN MART), a convenience store situated near Josuke and Koichi's neighborhood. A hostage situation happens there because of Anjuro Katagiri possessing a man with his Aqua Necklace. Josuke.

ArisugawaLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 330: Rohan Kishibe's Adventure, Part 1
Anime Debut: DU Episode 17: Rohan Kishibe's Adventure
Arisugawa (有す川) is a soba store near Ghost Girl's alley.

Kisara DrugsLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 330: Rohan Kishibe's Adventure, Part 1
Anime Debut: DU Episode 17: Rohan Kishibe's Adventure
Kisara Drugs (ドラッグのキサラ Doraggu no Kisara) is a pharmacy situated near Ghost Girl's Alley.

OwsonLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 330: Rohan Kishibe's Adventure, Part 1
Anime Debut: DU Episode 17: Rohan Kishibe's Adventure
Owson (オーソン Ōson) is a convenience store situated in Morioh. It is adjacent to the hidden Ghost Girl's Alley. Its name is a modified version of the real-life convenience store chain Lawson. Owson is open all day.

Café RengateiLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 294: Yukako Yamagishi Falls in Love, Part 1
Anime Debut: DU Episode 6: Koichi Hirose (Echoes)
Café Rengatei (CAFEれんが亭 CAFE renga-tei) is another café in Morioh. It is where Yukako confesses her love to Koichi. The anime frequently substitutes Café Deux Magot with Café Rengatei.

Kunimitoge CemeteryLink to this section
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Manga Debut: Chapter 284: Koichi Hirose (Echoes), Part 1 (pinpointed on a map)
Anime Debut: DU Episode 5: The Nijimura Brothers, Part 3

Kunimitoge Cemetery (国見峠霊園 Kunimitōge Reien) is where Keicho Nijimura is buried.

Family ClubLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 316: We Picked Up Something Crazy!, Part 2
Anime Debut: DU Episode 13: We Picked Up Something Crazy!

Family Club (FAMILY CLUB) is a shop specializing in household goods such as diapers for the elderly and various baby equipment.

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Manga Debut: Chapter 286: Koichi Hirose (Echoes), Part 3 (Mentioned only)
Manazashi Salon (サロンまなざし Saron Manazashi) is a hair salon frequented by Koichi Hirose's Mother. Tamami Kobayashi mentions it in a conversation with her.

Jonny'sLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 286: Koichi Hirose (Echoes), Part 3 (Mentioned only)
Anime Debut: DU Episode 6: Koichi Hirose (Echoes) (Mentioned only)
Jonny's (JONNY'S) is a restaurant in Morioh. Tamami Kobayashi mentions it in a conversation with Koichi's mother. They serve hamburgers and onion soups.

Unnamed All-Girls High SchoolLink to this section
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Manga Debut: Chapter 286: Koichi Hirose (Echoes), Part 3 (Mentioned only)
Anime Debut: DU Episode 6: Koichi Hirose (Echoes) Morioh Station
An all-girls high school where Ayana Hirose is a third-year student.

Heiwa GolfLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 294: Yukako Yamagishi Falls in Love, Part 1
Anime Debut: DU Episode 8: Yukako Yamagishi Falls in Love, Part 1
Peace Golf (平和ゴルフ Eiwa Gorufu), romanized as "Heiwa Golf". Supposedly a golf course situated in Morioh.

Jonny'sLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 315: We Picked Up Something Crazy!, Part 1
Anime Debut: DU Episode 13: We Picked Up Something Crazy!
Akira Otoishi's room. After Otoishi is arrested, the police enter his house and find millions of yen's worth of stolen items.

Agricultural AreaLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 325: Let's Go Hunting!, Part 1
Anime Debut: DU Episode 8: Yukako Yamagishi Falls in Love, Part 1 (Cameo)
DU Episode 16: Let's Go Hunting! (1st full appearance)

The Agricultural Area (農業用水路 Nōgyō Yōsuiro) is where Akira Otoishi used the Bow and Arrow on two rats there. The land is used to grow different kinds of crops and is sparsely inhabited.

MeiwadoLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 336: Shigechi's Harvest, Part 2 (Mentioned only)
Anime Debut: DU Episode 18: Shigechi's Harvest, Part 1 (Mentioned only)
Meiwado (メーワ堂 Mēwadō) is a stationery store in Morioh. The shop offers 20 yen coupons to their clients.

Oscar CD ShopLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 336: Shigechi's Harvest, Part 2 (Mentioned only)
Anime Debut: DU Episode 18: Shigechi's Harvest, Part 1 (Mentioned only)
Oscar CD Shop (CD SHOP オスカー CD Shoppu Osukā) is a music store in Morioh. The shop offers a coupon for every 2,000 yen worth of translation. Ten coupons can be exchanged back for 2,000 yen.

Nagasaki CleaningLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 336: Shigechi's Harvest, Part 2 (Mentioned only)
Anime Debut: DU Episode 18: Shigechi's Harvest, Part 1 (Mentioned only)
Nagasaki Cleaning (クリーニングのナガサキ Kurīningu no Nagasaki) is a laundromat store in Morioh. They also operate a coupon system to reward loyal clients.

Märchen KidsLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 336: Shigechi's Harvest, Part 2 (Mentioned only)
Anime Debut: DU Episode 18: Shigechi's Harvest, Part 1 (Mentioned only)
Märchen Kids (メルヘンキッズ Meruhen Kizzu) is a toy store in Morioh. They also operate a coupon system to reward loyal clients.

Yotsuba ElectronicsLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 336: Shigechi's Harvest, Part 2 (Mentioned only)
Anime Debut: DU Episode 18: Shigechi's Harvest, Part 1 (Mentioned only)
Yotsuba Electronics (ヨツバ電器 Yotsuba denki) is an electronics store in Morioh. They also operate a coupon system to reward loyal clients.

Budogaoka BankLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 338: Shigechi's Harvest, Part 4
Anime Debut: DU Episode 13: We Picked Up Something Crazy! (Cameo)
DU Episode 19: Shigechi's Harvest, Part 2 (1st full appearance)

The Budogaoka Bank (ぶどうヶ丘銀行 Budōgaoka Ginkō) is where Josuke, Okuyasu, and Shigechi went to in order to redeem the money from the winning Great Lottery ticket.

Hoka-benLink to this section
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Manga Debut: Chapter 343: Yoshikage Kira Just Wants to Live Quietly, Part 2 (Mentioned only)
Anime Debut: DU Episode 21: Yoshikage Kira Just Wants to Live Quietly, Part 1 (Mentioned only)
Hoka-ben (ホカ弁 Hokaben) is a store in Morioh. They sell bento for 500 yens.

Mukade Shoe StoreLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 354: Sheer Heart Attack, Part 1
Anime Debut: DU Episode 22: Yoshikage Kira Just Wants to Live Quietly, Part 2

Mukade Shoe Store (靴のムカデ屋 Kutsu no Mukade-ya) is a shoe shop in the center of Morioh. The owner also does small tailor works. Kira is a frequent customer but eventually kills the owner to protect his identity. The owner's store, Mukade Shoe Store (靴のムカデ屋), is based on a real long-established Japanese footwear store in Sendai City.[38][39]

The Mukade Shoe Store is referenced in JoJolion Chapter 62, in which Josuke purchases shoes from a shoe store titled "Mukade."

Budogaoka FieldsLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 325: Let's Go Hunting!, Part 1
Anime Debut: DU Episode 27: I'm an Alien
Mikitaka Hazekura was found by Josuke and Okuyasu in one of the fields, having left a conspicuous crop circle behind.

Ice Cream RainbowLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 378: I'm an Alien, Part 1
Anime Debut: DU Episode 7: Toshikazu Hazamada (Surface) (Cameo)
DU Episode 27: I'm an Alien
Ice Cream Rainbow is an ice cream store in Morioh. Okuyasu seems to go there to buy ice cream as he goes to school.

Budogaoka General HospitalLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 388: Highway Star, Part 5 (Mentioned only)
Chapter 390: Highway Star, Part 7 (1st full appearance)
Anime Debut: DU Episode 29: Highway Star, Part 2

The Budogaoka General Hospital (ぶどうヶ丘総合病院 Budōgaoka Sōgō Byōin) is where Yuya Fungami is treated in room 525.

BookstoreLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 371: Janken Boy Is Coming!, Part 1
Anime Debut: DU Episode 26: Janken Boy Is Coming!
A bookstore where Rohan Kishibe tries to buy a book but where Ken Oyanagi harassing him to the point Rohan punches the young boy.

Public LibraryLink to this section
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Manga Debut: Chapter 409: Enigma Boy, Part 6 (Mentioned only)
Anime Debut: DU Episode 33: July 15th (Thursday), Part 3 (Mentioned only)
Morioh Public Library (杜王町立図書館 Moriō-chō Ritsu Toshokan). Only mentioned in the manga. Josuke donates to the library a book made from scrap paper and Terunosuke Miyamoto. It is developed into the "Thorn Building" in The Book: JoJo's Bizarre Adventure 4th Another Day.

Satoru Nakae's ApartmentLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 410: My Dad Is Not My Dad, Part 1
Anime Debut: DU Episode 34: July 15th (Thursday), Part 4

Satoru Nakae's Apartment. A small 2 room apartment where Yoshikage Kira kills Satoru and his girlfriend, Minako Okura.

In the canceled light novel The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp, Kaoru and his mother move into this apartment a year later.

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Manga Debut: Chapter 415: Cheap Trick, Part 4 (Mentioned only)
Sushi Store (鮨幸 Sushi-kō), a store that sells sushis. They make deliveries.

WanwankenLink to this section
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Manga Debut: Chapter 415: Cheap Trick, Part 4 (Mentioned only)
Wanwanken (王王軒 Wanwan-ken) is a Chinese restaurant in Morioh. They make deliveries.

Pepsi SignLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 420: Another One Bites the Dust, Part 3
Anime Debut: DU Episode 33: July 15th (Thursday), Part 3
Pepsi Sign (ペプシの看板 Pepushi no Kanban), a simple sign advertising the Pepsi brand. It is hit by lightning.

Rio's HouseLink to this section

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Manga Debut: Chapter 420: Another One Bites the Dust, Part 3
Anime Debut: DU Episode 37: Crazy Diamond Is Unbreakable, Part 1
An ordinary house in Morioh that belongs to a minor character named Rio. It becomes Josuke and Hayato's temporary refuge during their battle against Yoshikage Kira.

One-shot & Novel Locations

The Soldier's HouseLink to this section
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Manga Debut: Deadman's Questions

The ghost of a mansion that is featured in Deadman's Questions. Its full address is 25-4 Katahira, Morioh District, S-City, and was supposedly the home of a now-deceased soldier. It became a ghost after its destruction by a bomber during World War II 50 years ago. The ghost mansion is hidden between two buildings and appears to be flattened. It is equipped with ghost furniture and other domestic objects that make it nearly perfect as a home for a Ghost. However, it is also the nest of Spirit Cleansers that prey on ghosts. There were supposedly 56 cases of suicides and mysterious death happening near it. The ghost of Yoshikage Kira is sent there to investigate those deaths and he narrowly escapes the house.

Mutsu-kabe HillLink to this section
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Northwest of Morioh is six mountains that Rohan buys to investigate before a subway bypass could be built there. The Osato family has lived in a mansion located in the mountains for three hundred years, producing miso for the local village. The entirety of the mountains belonged to them in the past.

The place is haunted by Mutsukabezaka, a type of yokai.[40]

Ryogara RetsuganLink to this section
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A reef inhabited by abalones and owned by the Higashikatas situated North of Boyoyoing Cape. Its place in the continuity is ambiguous.[41]

Millionaire VillageLink to this section

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Millionaire Village is located in the middle of a forest 80 km Northwest of Morioh. It is isolated from Morioh, with its own infrastructure and no roads leading to the village. There are eleven mansions along with one villa up for sale. The residents of Millionaire Village are all wealthy, consisting of leaders of shipbuilding, drug manufacturing, cosmetics, etc. The village is actually overseen by the gods of the mountain. Those who breach rules of etiquette in the village are punished with a loss for each offense, often the death of a loved one.[42]

Thorn BuildingLink to this section
The information below derives from a source not written by Araki. As such, it may or may not be considered canon.

The town library, featured in The Book.

It is described as a western-style building situated just past the shopping district, in front of the trains station. Its walls made of red brick and covered in thorny rose vines, hence its nickname the "Thorn Building". It has a front gate made of black bars reminiscent of an ancient foreign castle, also wrapped in thorny vines. The first floor of the library has the collection; the second floor of the library houses the science, technology, and philosophy books; the third floor is where rare books and gifts to the library are kept. There are iron grating on all of the windows, except for one loose grating on a third-floor window. It has been remodeled during the Meiji Era. There is the persistent rumor of a book that calls to help being kept somewhere in the library.

Chiho Futaba often meets with Takuma Hasumi in the library as they are both interested in literature. The Thorn Building becomes a battlefield for the fight between Takuma Hasumi and Okuyasu Nijimura, then Josuke Higashikata.

Cube HouseLink to this section
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Cube House is a huge white cube that was moved from Nishi Akatsuki in Fukui to Morioh at some point in 2004. It is in reality the manifestation of a Stand power belonging to Penelope de la Rosa. The Stand's main body is a teenage girl named Reimi Sugimoto37 who controls the materialized house.

Cube House has no windows, doors, or any visible entrance until it evolves into Arrow Cross House after Reimi is stabbed by the Arrow. Both Cube House and Arrow Cross House are able to exist simultaneously as long as the Arrow remains in Reimi. It is an important place that the characters use to travel through space and time.

For more information, see the main Cube House article.

Arrow Cross HouseLink to this section
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A house purchased by Rohan Kishibe37, where Reimi Sugimoto37 also resides. It is situated atop the tallest hill near Morioh, overlooking the town.

The house is actually a Stand that evolved from Cube House. As its name suggests, the house is shaped like an Arrow Cross, with four arrows surrounding the north, south, east, and west walls of Cube House. If the Arrow is removed from Reimi, the house reverts back into being Cube House.

Arrow Cross House becomes the site of three murders. Jorge Joestar and later George Joestar II investigate the strange deaths that occurred here at separate points in time.

For more information, see the main Arrow Cross House article.

Pearl BeachLink to this section
A beach situated at the coast of the 37th Universe's Morioh.

Jozenji TempleLink to this section
A temple in Morioh. It is burned down when its occupants are affected by the Mass Hysteria and set themselves on fire. The walls were covered in drawings of Mothmen drawn in charcoal.

Budogaoka GymnasiumLink to this section
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The gymnasium of Budogaoka High School. When Morioh begins to be affected by Mass Hysteria, the gym turns into a locked room and the people inside it begin to pour gasoline onto each other to burn themselves. Koji Hirose wrecks it by using a giant propeller to destroy a wall and the roof of the building, breaking the spell.

Maps

Residents

Residents of Morioh
Residents from other media

Video Games

All Star Battle

Yoshikage Kira's residence (Kira Estate) and the street that serves as the location of the final battle (Morioh Town) are the two stages representing Part 4 in All Star Battle.

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  • Kira Estate (吉良邸 Kira-Tei)
    • Stage Hazard: Yoshihiro Kira/Atom Heart Father attacks characters with a knife, traveling along a curving path.
    • Situation Finish: Loser is thrown into a stack of books. One of them flips open revealing Yoshikage Kira's various nail clipping records and a message where he declares that he cannot be stopped in months in which his nails grow more than 30 cm.
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  • Morioh (杜王町 Moriō-cho)
    • Stage Hazard: Lightning strikes the Pepsi sign as well as the puddles around the stage, damaging and stunning anyone hit as a result (Akira Otoishi is the only one who is immune. Instead his Power Gauge will be set to the first level.)
    • Situation Finish: Loser finds themselves in Reimi's Alley before the hands of the dead drag them off into the unknown.

Eyes of Heaven

The location of the last battle reappears as a stage in Eyes of Heaven, with Café Deux Magots, grocery store Owson, and the Ghost Girl's Alley in the nearby area. A new stage, Boing-Boing Cape, is also available.

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  • Boyoyoing Cape (ボヨヨン岬 Boyoyon-misaki)
    • Stage Gimmick 1: Anyone that falls off the cliff may be bounced back up due to the SFX created by Echoes ACT2, recreating Koichi's saving of Yukako.
    • Stage Gimmick 2: Various "bouncing" SFX created by Echoes ACT2 can bounce players to various locations around the stage.
    • Stage Gimmick 3: Various "sizzling" SFX created by Echoes ACT2 can harm and knockback characters who touch it, potentially into the "bouncing" SFX.
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  • Morioh (杜王町 Moriō-cho)
    • Stage Gimmick 1: Players can ride and attack from Rohan's motorbike, allowing quick traversal of the map. The bike can also be picked up and thrown as an explosive, inflicting heavy damage and setting the target area on fire.
    • Stage Gimmick 2: Café Deux Magots serves an espresso to players who stop by at the glowing table, restoring health.
    • Situation Finish: The hands from Reimi's Alley grab the loser and drag them into the abyss.

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Last Survivor

Downtown Morioh appears as the default stage of the game.

Gallery

Trivia

  • The town is actually based on Hirohiko Araki's hometown, Sendai. He states that Sendai was an old historical town but began residential construction in the 80s, causing new houses to be built everywhere. Intimidated by the rapid increase in strangers, Araki used this experience for the basis of the setting in Part 4. However, Araki felt using the real name of the city in his manga may anger people, so he changed the name to Morioh.[43] Morioh is instead a town within S City in M Prefecture, still referencing the real-life city of Sendai in Miyagi Prefecture.
  • Due to a Japanese-to-Chinese-to-English translation error in the first released online scans of Part 4, "Morioh" was incorrectly translated as Duwang; this name eventually becoming synonymous with and defining of the scanlation.
  • In JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Diamond is Unbreakable, the 2016 anime adaptation of the part, Morioh is depicted with an unusual yellow sky.
  • The Spanish town of Sitges was used as the shooting location for the movie adaptation of Part 4.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Chapter 274: The Nijimura Brothers, Part 1
  2. 2.0 2.1 Chapter 315: We Picked Up Something Crazy!, Part 1
  3. Chapter 266: Jotaro Kujo Meets Josuke Higashikata!, Part 1
  4. The Book: JoJo's Bizarre Adventure 4th Another Day
  5. The Book: 4th Another Day p. 10
  6. 6.0 6.1 Chapter 324: Let's Go to the Manga Artist's House, Part 7
  7. Chapter 388: Highway Star, Part 5, p.7
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 Chapter 354: Sheer Heart Attack, Part 1, p1
  9. 9.0 9.1 Chapter 302: Yukako Yamagishi Falls in Love, Part 9
  10. Let's Go Eat Some Italian Food (story arc)
  11. Yukako Yamagishi Dreams of Cinderella (story arc)
  12. Chapter 289: Toshikazu Hazamada (Surface), Part 1
  13. 13.0 13.1 Chapter 377: Yoshikage Kira's New Situation, Part 2
  14. 14.0 14.1 JoJo6251 Timeline
  15. Chapter 273: Josuke Higashikata Meets Angelo!, Part 5, p.4
  16. Chapter 267: Jotaro Kujo Meets Josuke Higashikata!, Part 2
  17. Chapter 334: Rohan Kishibe's Adventure, Part 5
  18. Sheer Heart Attack (story arc)
  19. Chapter 438: Town Guardian Spirits
  20. JORGE JOESTAR Chapter 2: Nishi Akatsuki
  21. JORGE JOESTAR Chapter 4: Morioh
  22. JORGE JOESTAR Chapter 15: Beyond
  23. JORGE JOESTAR Chapter 6: Island
  24. JORGE JOESTAR Chapter 13: Enemy
  25. Chapter 272: Josuke Higashikata Meets Angelo!, Part 4
  26. Chapter 273: Josuke Higashikata Meets Angelo!, Part 5
  27. Chapter 297: Yukako Yamagishi Falls in Love, Part 4
  28. 28.0 28.1 Chapter 414: Cheap Trick, Part 3
  29. 29.0 29.1 Chapter 383: I'm an Alien, Part 6
  30. Chapter 333: Rohan Kishibe's Adventure, Part 4
  31. Chapter 385: Highway Star, Part 2
  32. DU Episode 28: Highway Star, Part 1
  33. Chapter 403: Let's Live on a Transmission Tower, Part 6"
  34. Chapter 371: Janken Boy Is Coming!, Part 1
  35. DU Episode 34: July 15th (Thursday), Part 4
  36. Chapter 343: Yoshikage Kira Just Wants to Live Quietly, Part 2
  37. Crazy Diamond - Vol.12 "Shueisha Jump Remix Diamond is Unbreakable Edition" P183 Morioh Guide
  38. https://mukadeya-sendai.com/greeting/
  39. Star Platinum - Vol.1 "Shueisha Jump Remix Stardust Crusaders Edition" P152 The Secret of JOJO Characters
  40. Thus Spoke Rohan Kishibe - Episode 2: Mutsu-kabe Hill
  41. Thus Spoke Rohan Kishibe - Episode 6: Poaching Seashore
  42. Thus Spoke Kishibe Rohan - Episode 5: Millionaire Village
  43. Hirohiko Araki Lecture

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