During the Uji River Fireworks Festival shown in Sound! Euphonium we see a few shots of what some of the characters other than Kumiko and Reina are up to as well.
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At the start of the whole fireworks festival sequence there's two shots from the viewing spot in Daikichiyamafuchi Park looking towards central Uji.
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There's also a shot of the viewing spot pavilion in the season 2 OP. This is a picture I took the last time I was here.
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Crossroads near a 7-Eleven in Uji.
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Midori with her sister outside the Uji Shrine torii gate.
At the shrine I also saw some Sound! Euphonium ema.
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This is across the street from Keihan Uji Station where Kumiko and Reina walks in episode 5 of the first season.
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While near Keihan Uji Station I also got a shot of this road where Taki drives in episode 1 of the first season. There's a Lawson store on the left side, so I've marked a path from the 7-Eleven in the earlier shot to here in the map below.
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Aoi near JR Uji Station. You can see a bus that matches here as well.
While at JR Uji Station I also checked out the tourist information center.
They still had the Kumiko cardboard cutout here.
Just regular tourist maps and no Sound! Euphonium ones this time.
But they had posters for both seasons of Sound! Euphonium on the wall.
This time I also visited the other tourist information center in Uji, which is located along the Ajirogi-no-michi Street between the bench in Sound! Euphonium and Kisen-bashi Bridge.
Here they had a Sound! Euphonium cardboard cutout, some posters and on the school desk on the left...
They had a guestbook.
It was a music sheet notebook, which was a nice touch. ^_^
I signed it of course.
There were other places along the Ajirogi-no-michi Street that had Sound! Euphonium posters as well.
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And finally, here's a shot of Asuka near Mimurodo Station watching the fireworks festival.
This location was visited on 2016/10/21. The Daikichiyamafuchi Park pavilion picture is from 2015.11.04.
Special thanks to the ones who went here before: