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The Sargess Museum
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The museum grounds seem to be a pretty nifty place. We don't really see much of them. Heck, they aren't even in Tokyo.


While I can't be sure the first picture is one place, that the dinosaur bones are in the same building as those elevators, clearly the second two pictures are from opposite sides of the same grounds. Those grounds are in Kanagawa, Œ§—§’n‹…Žs–¯‚©‚È‚ª‚íƒvƒ‰ƒUBThe Kenritsu Chikyu Shimin Kanagawa Plaza. While the Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum is huge, gorgeous and I'd someday like to go, it would appear the dinosaur exhibits were from The National Science Museum in Tokyo.

The Boukenger Center of Operations

Other Places of Interest

This is the painting at the center of a fairly large-sized outdoor theatre which we've seen in several Sentai. I think this is the name, Š‘òq‹ó‹L”OŒö‰€‚̉®ŠOƒXƒe[ƒW and this is the address:

This is the Takaoka house where Eiji was born and raised. The house itself is also in Kanagawa, ‹Œ‰Ø’¸‹{“@ I hope to know how the name is said soon. That last kanji means "mansion" which threw a friend of mine into confusion because, in Japan, mansion means an apartment complex. The address is: _“ސ쌧Š™‘qŽsò–¾Ž›“ñ’š–Ú My friend says that area is famous for temples.

Now, that first picture I'm pretty sure is CG, and exists nowhere in Japan. I found out where this place in the second picture is but don't need to tell, however the third, which was also used in Dekaranger, is located in Gunma Ken (NOT Kanagawa). It's the Gunma Kenritsu Gunma Tenmondai, location: ŒQ”nŒ§ŒáÈŒS‚ŽR‘º’†ŽRB

All righty, I really want to see this place. It looks so interesting! Now, you'll be surprised to know it's also in Kanagawa in Fujisawa City! This is the Shounandai Shimin Theatre, located at _“ސ쌧“¡‘òŽsÃ“ì‘äˆê’š–ځB


Yes, there are websites out there made by obsessive types who like to tell us where things were filmed. Here are links to Boukenger wings:
Boukenger Location Guide

Boukenger on-Location