Minor Locations in Other Works

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This is a list of minor locations featured in miscellaneous works authored or licensed by Hirohiko Araki. This list includes maps, places and transportation.
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Baoh the Visitor

Japanese TempleLink to this section
A temple located in a mountainous area of Kitakami, on the northern part of the main island of Japan. It serves as a secret entrance to the Dress Organization base. Inside, there is a statue that uses devices that scan the eyes of those who want to enter the base, and lets in accepted people.
Gas StationLink to this section
A gas station located somewhere in the outskirts. It serves as a battlefield for Ikuro Hashizawa and 22nd Man. Eventually, the entire station is destroyed from a huge gas explosion.
Testing ChamberLink to this section
A testing chamber located somewhere in the Dress Organization base. It is used by Dress scientists to experiment weapons. There is also an observation booth protected with glass that is 46 mm (1.8 in) thick, which is also equipped with safety shutters. Dr. Kasuminome uses this chamber to show his supervisors Baoh's powers.
Abandoned BuildingLink to this section
An old, torn-down building located in a ruins. Ikuro and Sumire stay there for refuge, but are eventually forced to flee after Dress soldiers are sent after them.
Rokusuke's HouseLink to this section
Manga Debut: Baoh the Visitor Chapter 5: Grandpa Rokusuke
Rokusuke's family residence where Ikuro and Sumire settle for refuge. At first, Rokusuke refuses, but eventually welcomes them in.
RailroadLink to this section
Manga Debut: Baoh the Visitor Chapter 7: Come Out, Baoh
A railroad. Ikuro decides to try and use his powers without transforming into Baoh by saving a girl from an incoming train after her foot got stuck in the railroad tracks.
TownLink to this section
An undisclosed town. Ikuro travels there to look for a map, where he is attacked by Dordo.
CavernsLink to this section
Manga Debut: Baoh the Visitor Chapter 9: Demon Walken
OVA Debut: Baoh the Visitor (OVA)
A series of caverns located about one kilometer below the Dress Organization base. It is the battlefield for the final confrontation between Baoh and Walken and Dr. Kasuminome. The caverns collapse after the base self-destructs.

Cool Shock B.T.

Outlaw Guys OfficeLink to this section
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Manga Debut: Cool Shock Old B.T.

The main office of the Outlaw Guys company and Manabu's lair. B.T. wrecks it by driving straight into the building with his car.

Koichi Mugikari's HouseLink to this section
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Koichi Mugikari's house, the only property left in his possession after he was scammed by the Outlaw Guys Employees. Koichi bought the property after having visited it but Outlaw Guys had swapped the real ruined house with another one in Boyoyoing Cape. Koichi thus finds himself having here. B.T. partially refurbishes it with furnitures sent by his wife.

Gorgeous Irene

Irene's HouseLink to this section
Manga Debut: Gorgeous Irene Chapter 1: Lauper's Palace
Irene Rapona's house. It is a seemingly innocuous house on the exterior but the interior is composed of luxurious antique furniture.
Swing TownLink to this section
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Manga Debut: Gorgeous Irene Chapter 1: Lauper's Palace
Swing Town (スウィング・タウン, Suwingu Taun) is a fictional city in America. It is plagued by crime, as Lauper's gang has taken over the city.
Lauper's PalaceLink to this section
Manga Debut: Gorgeous Irene Chapter 1: Lauper's Palace
Lauper's residence. It is a luxurious mansion, with spacious halls decorated with roman columns, marble floor tiles, large mirrors and a large fountain in the garden.
HarlemLink to this section
Manga Debut: Gorgeous Irene Chapter 2: The Girl in the Slums
Harlem is a district of New York City. It is plagued by crime, with robbers, drug dealers and other gangsters operating in the area.

The Lives of Eccentrics

Huntington Avenue GroundsLink to this section
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Huntington Avenue Grounds is a baseball stadium located in Boston. It is the home field of Boston Red Sox. There, in 1908, the team plays against Detroit Tigers. During the game Ty Cobb, declares that he will steal second base on the next pitch. As he approached the catcher on second base, the catcher's arm suddenly started to bleed profusely. The catcher accuses Ty of cutting him with his cleats, to which Ty Cobb responds by saying that he'll steal third base, too.
Philadelphia Baseball StadiumLink to this section
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A baseball stadium located in Philadelphia. It is the home field of Philadelphia Athletics. There, in June 1912, the team plays against Detroit Tigers, gathering an audience of 30,000 people. During the game, Ty Cobb plays against Hollows. After missing yet another ball, Ty Cobb gets frustrated and calls a time out, during which he starts taunting Hollows. After the time out ends, during a pitch, Hollows throws the baseball at Ty Cobb's stomach. Enraged, Cobb pulls a gun on him, causing a brawl involving all of the players present on the field.
Ty Cobb's MausoleumLink to this section
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A mausoleum built for Ty Cobb in his hometown. Everyone but himself was forbidden from entering it. Ty Cobb is eventually buried there after his passing on July 17, 1961.

Crazy Diamond's Demonic Heartbreak

Kakyoin Family's GravesLink to this section
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The ancestral tomb of the Kakyoin Family, including Noriaki Kakyoin's, situated in Morioh's cemetery. Due to urban redevelopment, the government plans to relocate the graves to a distant suburb, forcing the family to cooperate.[1]
Budogaoka Police StationLink to this section
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A koban where police officers Ryohei Higashikata, Karaiya, and Hiraoka work at. It is located in the Budogaoka area.
Morioh UnderpassLink to this section
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An underground passage where Josuke Higashikata and Hol Horse go to protect themselves from Pet Sounds. However, they get ambushed by the parrot and Koji Kiyohara anyway.


JoJo's Bizarre Adventure (Novel)

Desert VillageLink to this section
A small settlement in the Egyptian desert. It is Absalom and Michal's birthplace. Jotaro Kujo and Jean Pierre Polnareff end up here after escaping from Satanic Coupler. The village there is quite poor and underdeveloped, and the people there live a simple life.

Golden Heart, Golden Ring

Hotel Mondo AriaLink to this section
A luxurious Hotel in Venice, situated near San Marco. Coniglio works here as a chambermaid, succeeding her grandmother. It is attacked by Purple Haze.
St Mark's BasilicaLink to this section
The St Mark's Basilica, one of the most famous landmarks in Venice. It is there that the climactic battle between Team Bucciarati and the berserk The Cure battle.

The Book: 4th Another Day

Thorn BuildingLink to this section
The town library of Morioh. 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. The Thorn Building had Western-style pointed roofs, on which were seven spires along with one octagonal dome. 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.

Building GapLink to this section
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A gap between two buildings. The two exits are barred by an iron fence and pipes respectively. Akari Hirai was trapped in there for months, unable to call for help because Memory of Jet prevented people from noticing her. Akari gives birth to Takuma Hasumi here.

Purple Haze Feedback

Stadio Giuseppe MeazzaLink to this section
The Stadio Giuseppe Meazza in Milan, a football stadium. Pannacotta Fugo is summoned there and given his mission by Guido Mista, purposefully to have Fugo in an open space where Purple Haze would pose little threat. It is also indirectly a show of power from Giorno Giovanna, who cancelled a highly anticipated football game for this meeting.
Villa San GiovanniLink to this section
A little commune in Southern Italy, near Sicily. The Sezione Droghe (Narcotics Team) meets with Sale and Mario Zucchero there.
Teatro GrecoLink to this section
The Ancient theatre of Taormina is where Vladimir Kocaqi confronts Pannacotta Fugo and battles him.
Syracuse CathedralLink to this section
The Cathedral of Syracuse in Southeastern Sicily. A Stone Mask was hidden there during World War II. Vittorio Cataldi retrieves it but Cannolo Murolo kills him and destroys the mask.
Temple of ApolloLink to this section
The Temple of Apollo in the island of Ortygia, Syracuse. Pannacotta Fugo battles Massimo Volpe there.


Cube HouseLink to this section
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Debut: JORGE JOESTAR Chapter 4: Morioh

Main article: Cube House

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 Sugimoto (Universe 37) 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.

Arrow Cross HouseLink to this section
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Debut: JORGE JOESTAR Chapter 4: Morioh

Main article: Arrow Cross House

A house purchased by Rohan Kishibe (Universe 37), where Reimi Sugimoto (Universe 37) 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.

Pearl BeachLink to this section
Debut: JORGE JOESTAR Chapter 4: Morioh
A beach situated at the coast of the 37th Universe's Morioh.
Jozenji TempleLink to this section
Debut: JORGE JOESTAR Chapter 6: Island
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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Debut: JORGE JOESTAR Chapter 6: Island
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.
La PalmaLink to this section
La Palma, one of the Canary Islands. Erina Joestar lives there for a while after the events of Phantom Blood, with George Joestar II and Lisa Lisa. It is the birthplace of a few key characters of the novel, like Penelope de la Rosa or Antonio Torres. George spends his childhood there.
WastewoodLink to this section
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Wastewood is supposedly the hometown of Erina Joestar, the town near the Joestar Mansion. There are cliffs nearby where Kenton Motorize and Steven Motorize used to test their airplanes.
Motorize ManorLink to this section
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The home of the Motorize Family. In the novel, it is there that George Joestar II is attacked by the zombie William Cardinal and thought dead.
PanlandiaLink to this section
Panlandia is the supercontinent of Earth in the 37th Universe.
Nishi AkatsukiLink to this section
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Nishi Akatsuki is a settlement in Japan. It is the birthplace of Tsukumojuku Kato and Jorge Joestar (Joji), although it is not necessarily the same version.
MarsLink to this section
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Mars, the fourth planet in the solar system. In the novel, Kars keeps crashing on this planet in (almost) all iterations of the universe, which results in a group of 36 Kars bidding their time on the planet until they can return to Earth. In the 37th Universe, the United States send a spaceship named the H.G. Wells in there. A strange entity named the Eyed Balloon gravitates around this planet.

Video Games

Over Heaven SpaceLink to this section
Game Debut: Eyes of Heaven
A dimension created by Heaven-Attained DIO using The World Over Heaven. The location resembles an endless purple ocean, with the darkness of outer space visible in the sky.
Cairo Overpass (Over Heaven Space)Link to this section
Game Debut: Eyes of Heaven
The overpass where Jotaro Kujo defeated DIO in the original universe. Heaven-Attained DIO transports this overpass into Over Heaven Space for his final battle against Jotaro and Jolyne. Having been ripped from its proper universe, portions of the road are torn off and suspended in midair as platforms.


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