[S2-ep29]#73 Castle / place of residence. Dig into the memory of ghosts


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Recently, I’m looking back on the memories of the two ghosts, so I’m asking each question separately.
This time as well, in order to remind us of the past, we will ask a question about Setsu-chan to identify where he lived.

From the expressions “no accent” and “uncle of Miyagi”, I think that her birthplace is not Miyagi prefecture.
Was the place where she last died in Miyagi prefecture, or did she stay in Miyagi prefecture for a while after her death?
And she speculates that she couldn’t move freely and widely on her own initiative.

Tsu-chan confirmed that one of the memorable places was Mt. Myogi, which was a rocky mountain.
This time, we will narrow down the location of the “castle”. At first, I thought that “Iwayama” and “Castle” were in the same area,
It was possible that it was in another place.

Since she also answered “Aichi”, “Pond”, and “Tree”, I also investigated Aichi Prefecture based on that.
I have prepared pictures of four castles that meet the conditions.

[What to use]
① Voice imitation doll
② Walking doll

* Minimize the depiction of moving dolls and the depiction of shadows and sounds.
* Viewer illustrations will not be posted from the perspective of writing and portrait rights.


For Setsu-chan: Where did you live?
For Tsu-chan: A castle of memories
“Inuyama Castle” “Kiyosu Castle”
“Yoshida Castle” “Nagoya Castle (Meijo Park)”」

11:15「The house is … I do not know」
11:32「When I went to Miyagi’s uncle’s house with Masa-chan, everyone (parents) was working, so I went to the sea with Masa-chan.」
11:40「Setsu-chan, I’m busy today」
13:24「Meijo Park … This pond … I have seen this landscape」
13:38「Certainly there are bridges and benches around here, and I saw the castle from there」
13:48「A little memory revived. thank you」
14:03「Setsu-chan seems to be crazy about drawing today」

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