In front of Ōgaki Station south exit there's a shopping street called OKB Street that's also shown in A Silent Voice.
Image from PV - 01m08s
Suimon river runs through a lot of the city and crosses the shopping street where there's a small bridge that's shown in the movie.
Image from PV - 01m12s
Nishimiya is standing on the bridge here.
Image from PV - 01m13s
Ishida trying to ride his bicycle.
Image from PV - 01m14s
But Nishimiya stops him.
Image from PV - 01m15s
The statue on the right is the same.
Image from Teaser Trailer - 00m23s
There's small bridges all over Ōgaki crossing Suimon River. You can spot another bridge through the railing if you look closely.
Image from Teaser Trailer - 00m25s
Full view of the bridge Nishimiya and Ishida is on.
Image from Theme Song PV - 01m40s
The building behind Nishimiya is the same.
Image from Teaser Trailer - 00m26s
Slightly closer look.
Image from Teaser Trailer - 00m29s
The signs on the right are the same in real life.
Image from Teaser Trailer - 00m13s
Further down the road there's this location. The building behind Ishida and Nishimiya is a Gifu Bus travel center. It was a sunny day, so they had rolled down some blinds from the roof covering the sidewalk.
Image from PV - 00m21s
The shopping street is called SKB Street in the movie.
Image from Teaser Trailer - 00m15s
All over the shopping street they had A Silent Voice banners.
Closeup of one of the banners.
There were different banners closer to Ōgaki Station.
And there were lots of A Silent Voice posters too.
Movie poster on the left and an OKB Street x A Silent Voice collaboration poster on the right.
The collaboration poster was for a tote bag you could get if you shopped for more than 2000 yen in participating stores on OKB Street.
Another tote bag with a different colour.
Image from Making Of - 09m51s
Close to the shopping street there's also a park called Ōgaki Park where this jungle gym is located. I've marked a path from a building near the bridge, passing by the bus travel center and ending up here in the map below.
This location was visited on 2016/10/14.
OKB Street official website
Special thanks to the ones who went here before: