The ghost of a mansion. 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.
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 the Mutsu-kabe Hill Yokai.
A secluded village up in the mountains, situated 80 km northwest of Morioh. There are no road leading to this village, yet there are more than 11 palatial mansions in this village, a heliport and even an Isetan store. The villas all belong to people who didn't come out of money, but became rich after purchasing a villa at the age of 25. One villa is up for sale and the price is quite low for a villa, at about 3 million yen for 800 tsubo/2648 square kilometers, but the village is quite strict about manners and will refuse to sell to anyone who lacks manners. It is revealed that the village is situated in sacred lands, where gods of the mountains test buyers to see if they have manners.
The villa that Kyoka Izumi wants to buy. The master of the house is unseen and Rohan Kishibe and Kyoka only interact with the butler, Ikkyu. The villa's land covers 800 tsubos (2648 square kilometers) of land, but only a small part of the house is seen, the entrance area and the guest's room. The OVA expands a bit on the villa and shows more spaces like a luxurious reception hall and a garden.
A reef inhabited by abalones and apparently owned by the Higashikatas situated North of Boyoyoing Cape. Rohan and Tonio Trussardi once poached several abalones for use in a meal for Tonio's lover Virgina.
A Japanese-style inn managed by Rohan's Grandma situated in Morioh. When Rohan's Grandfather died, his wife closed the inn and decided to rent the rooms by the year instead. The inn was situated far from Morioh's train station and was in a calm area. Its hot water came from a hot spring. Rohan's Grandmother had strict rules for the renters. They couldn't smoke, have a pet, cook, play any instrument not play mahjong, introduce any furniture, use a hair dryer nor use a motorbike. Couples were forbidden as well as children. The inn would close at 10 PM and a curfew was in place. As a result, it was almost empty.
The famous French museum situated in Paris and containing works of art from all periods and origins. The museum has no less than 350,000 works of art, available or not to the visitors. It notably contained the cursed "Under The Moon" painting, which was acquired twenty years before the story. As Gaucher says, the museum originates from a XIIIth century building and became a museum in 1793, a few years before Napoleon Bonaparte became emperor. At one point, Rohan becomes interested in the painting and decided to visit the Louvre to see it. He learns that Under the Moon is in the abandoned Z-13 storage room of the museum which used to contain works of art but was emptied because of threats of flood from the Seine. Rohan, Gaucher, a translator named Noguchi and two firemen went into the Z-13 room and discovered the painting, but only Rohan survived the encounter.
A gym on the eighth floor of Morioh Grand Hotel, which Yoma Hashimoto and Rohan Kishibe frequent. Its treadmills are facing the windows, having a special setting allowing them to pick up speed and can be stopped with a remote controller. They also offer special services such as dedicated trainers and deals for bodybuilding equipment like protein powder.
Mika Hayamura's apartment. She lives here with Yoma Hashimoto. At one point, Yoma becomes obsessed with sports and litters the apartment with sports equipment, and finally covers the wall in bouldering holds.
A shrine belonging to Mutsu-kabe Shrine Priests whose ancestors protected a 800-year-old Japanese yew tree, known as a "Sacred Tree". The tree contains an entrance blocked by a stone to a cavity that formed 500 years ago which contains a mirror where Yabubako-Hoshi lives. If someone and/or their Stand get caught in the mirror's reflection, then they get replaced by it for 3 months. In order to undo Yabubako-Hoshi's actions, a person needs to flip the mirror 360 degrees to the left without getting caught. It can also be undone by letting someone else flip the mirror which makes them the new victim.
Jugo Shishi's office. Like any mangaka's office, there is a drawing desk, a regular desk and bookshelves full of books for references. It also has a small table, a small couch and chair and a refrigerator. It is noticeably messier than Rohan's own office, but its state worsens after Jugo Shishi becomes obsessed with the word "kushagara", at it becomes filled with books and loose sheets of paper.
A bookshop specialized in selling old books. Rohan visits it for the first time in Kushagara to experience its atmosphere, although he prefers to buy from new books. Jugo barges in to demand ancient encyclopedias from the seller.
Mai Katahira's house in the TV Drama. It is a modern, well lit and well ordered house, with an emphasis on open spaces and ambient lights. One highlight of the house is the plush tent that Mai's daughter, Mao, has built and in which she stays inside nearly all the time.