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9th Jun '17 7:26:43 PM Willbyr
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* Shiina of ''Manga/KoufukuGraffiti'' has a large Japanese-style mansion within the boundaries of Japan, complete with a bamboo grove, a pond, and a vegetable patch.

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* Shiina of ''Manga/KoufukuGraffiti'' ''Manga/GourmetGirlGraffiti'' has a large Japanese-style mansion within the boundaries of Japan, complete with a bamboo grove, a pond, and a vegetable patch.



* In ''Manga/KoufukuGraffiti'', the Shiina household live in a large Japanese mansion, complete with its own pond, vegetable garden, and a boundless bamboo grove.

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* In ''Manga/KoufukuGraffiti'', ''Manga/GourmetGirlGraffiti'', the Shiina household live in a large Japanese mansion, complete with its own pond, vegetable garden, and a boundless bamboo grove.


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26th Mar '17 6:39:11 AM shuniya
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* Might Senpuuji of ''Anime/TheBraveExpressMightGaine'' owns approximately 1/3rd of Tokyo Bay solely to himself and has a personal mansion that's built right on bay waters complete with island space big enough to be called "a district."
14th Mar '17 8:28:03 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* In ''Manga/YamadaTaroMonogatari'', after one of the students found out about the fact that Yamada is actually poor and planned to prove that Yamada is truly in poverty. Thankfully DeusExMachina saves Yamada from certain disaster as his dad's best friend owned many holiday homes and planned to let them stay there free of charge. Yamada isn't too happy living there though, prefering the cramped home.
* The residences of Shinichi Kudo and Professor Agasa in ''Manga/DetectiveConan'' are this. In fact, after Shinichi got shrunk into Conan and went to live with the Mouris (who live in a simple apartment whose living room is outfitted as the detective agency's office), Ran and Sonoko had to drop by once in a while to get it clean, and later uni student Subaru Okiya (whose apartment was burned down in the case he appeared) is hired by Shinichi's parents to become its landlord.
** Many cases take place in either just as huge Western mansions or in Japanese traditional complexes, almost always located in the Japanese countryside for obvious reasons.

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* In ''Manga/YamadaTaroMonogatari'', after one of the students found out about the fact that Yamada is actually poor and planned to prove that Yamada is truly in poverty. Thankfully DeusExMachina saves Yamada from certain disaster as his dad's best friend owned many holiday homes and planned to let them stay there free of charge. Yamada isn't too happy living there though, prefering the cramped home.
* The residences of ''Manga/DetectiveConan'':
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Shinichi Kudo used to take care of his ''massive'' and Professor Agasa in ''Manga/DetectiveConan'' are this. In fact, luxurious home on his own since his parents work abroads, but after Shinichi got shrunk into Conan and went to live with the Mouris (who live in a simple apartment two-store duplex whose living room first floor is outfitted as the detective agency's office), Ran and Sonoko had to drop by once in a while to get it clean, and later clean. Later, uni student Subaru Okiya (whose apartment was burned down in the case he appeared) is was hired by Shinichi's parents to become its landlord.
landlord [[spoiler: though in reality he is the undercover cop Shuichi Akai under a disguise]].
** Dr. Hiroshi Agasa is not only an old friend of the Kudos, but their next-door neighbor. His house is just as big ''and'' it includes the laboratory where he produces all of the gadgets he makes for Shinichi/Conan. Later, Ai Haibara moves in as Agasa's sort-of adoptive daughter [[spoiler: and hopes that she will be able to use the lab to synthesize an antidote to APTX 4869..]]
** Many cases take place in either just as huge Western mansions or in Japanese traditional complexes, almost always located in the Japanese countryside for obvious reasons. At times, their massive floor plans have rooms that play ''vital'' roles in the cases themselves.
23rd Dec '16 4:03:39 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* In ''Manga/SatouKashiNoDanganWaUchinukenai'', Nagisa's friend Mokuzu Umino is a rich girl lives with her father Masachika in an insanely cool house in the city's upscale district. Masachika is an ex IdolSinger and minor celebrity who seems to be a smart investor, so it's justified. [[spoiler: Heartbreakingly, however, it's also the place where [[AbusiveParents Masachika]] [[OffingTheOffspring ends up murdering Mokuzu and dismembering her remains.]]; Nagisa finds a lot of proof of it in the house's otherwise lovely bathroom.]]

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* In ''Manga/SatouKashiNoDanganWaUchinukenai'', Nagisa's friend Mokuzu Umino is a [[TheOjou an eccentric rich girl girl]] who lives with her father Masachika in an insanely cool house in the city's upscale district. Masachika is an ex IdolSinger and minor celebrity who seems to be a smart investor, so it's justified. [[spoiler: Heartbreakingly, however, it's also the place where [[AbusiveParents Masachika]] [[OffingTheOffspring ends up murdering Mokuzu and dismembering her remains.]]; Nagisa finds a lot of proof of it in the house's otherwise lovely bathroom.]]
22nd Dec '16 6:14:13 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* In ''Manga/SatouKashiNoDanganWaUchinukenai'', Nagisa's friend Mokuzu Umino is a rich girl lives with her father Masachika in an insanely cool house in the city's upscale district. Masachika is an ex IdolSinger and minor celebrity who seems to be a smart investor, so it's justified. [[spoiler: Heartbreakingly, however, it's also the place where [[AbusiveParents Masachika]] [[OffingTheOffspring ends up murdering Mokuzu and dismembering her remains.]]; Nagisa finds a lot of proof of it in the house's otherwise lovely bathroom.]]
10th Aug '16 1:19:31 PM Willbyr
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* Momoka on ''Manga/KeroroGunsou'' lives in a huge mansion with an on-site shopping plaza and other absurdly luxurious accommodations. Dororo's family also had a BigFancyHouse on his home planet. The Hinatas also have a reasonably large home (in inner Tokyo, no less), [[HauntedHeadquarters but for an obvious reason]].
** The Momoka estate has apparently been granted sovereignty by the Japanese government. It even maintains a heavily armed private security force to defend against all manner of conventional and supernatural threats.


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* Momoka on ''Manga/SgtFrog'' lives in a huge mansion with an on-site shopping plaza and other absurdly luxurious accommodations. Dororo's family also had a BigFancyHouse on his home planet. The Hinatas also have a reasonably large home (in inner Tokyo, no less), [[HauntedHeadquarters but for an obvious reason]].
** The Momoka estate has apparently been granted sovereignty by the Japanese government. It even maintains a heavily armed private security force to defend against all manner of conventional and supernatural threats.
9th Jun '16 11:06:11 AM Doug86
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* In ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters: KYO'' manga, [[TheHero Kyo Kusanagi]] lives with his parents Saisyu and Shizuka in a ''huge'' traditional Japanese house located in the outskirts of Osaka ''and atop of a big hill''. It looks like it's either an inherited home mantained through centuries and recently outfitted for modern use, or a reconstructed version of a traditional house destroyed in the Osakan bombings of WorldWarTwo; [[spoiler: the backstory that took place 600 years ago shows parts of a ''very'' similar complex owned by the Kusanagi ancestor and his clansmen.]]

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* In ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters: KYO'' manga, [[TheHero Kyo Kusanagi]] lives with his parents Saisyu and Shizuka in a ''huge'' traditional Japanese house located in the outskirts of Osaka ''and atop of a big hill''. It looks like it's either an inherited home mantained through centuries and recently outfitted for modern use, or a reconstructed version of a traditional house destroyed in the Osakan bombings of WorldWarTwo; UsefulNotes/WorldWarII; [[spoiler: the backstory that took place 600 years ago shows parts of a ''very'' similar complex owned by the Kusanagi ancestor and his clansmen.]]
2nd Jun '16 10:43:26 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* ''Manga/MagicKnightRayearth'':
** Both Fuu Houiji and Umi Ryuuzaki live in European-inspired mansions; even whent he audience only sees the dining room of Umi's home, what ''is'' shown is pretty luxurious already, and the front yard/facade of the Houiji state is pretty glorious.
** Hikaru Shidou and her older brothers's home is, at first sight, much more simple than the others. But it's actually a traditional Japanese house, including a really nice garden and a Kendo dojo, so it ''also'' counts as this trope.
12th May '16 10:07:52 PM ScreamingNyet1
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* In ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'', Ash, Brock, and Misty are being taken to James's parents' house. First, they say that they must have left the front gates half an hour ago, then they see a simply enormous mansion. Upon their remarking that there must be a hundred people living in it, the butler indignantly replies that it is not the mansion...it is merely the doghouse for James's pet Growlithe. Then he points to another mansion that dwarfs the first one.
3rd May '16 11:14:44 PM Monsund
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** The Kunō estate is ''even bigger'', being almost a medieval Japanese castle -- at least in the anime. It's more reasonable-sized in the manga, though still quite large and fancy.

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** The Kunō estate is ''even bigger'', being almost a medieval Japanese castle -- at least in the anime. It's outwardly more reasonable-sized in the manga, though still quite large and fancy.fancy. Both versions of it feature an underground labyrinth, secret passages, and traps for unwelcome guests.
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