Oh, we’re back to real life (aka the firewood arc) for most of this chapter…
We return to the simulation at the bottom of page 69. The yakitori place they arrive at on page 70 is here, though unfortunately Google Maps appears to lack an actual marker there. Street View. And yeah, as Ena points out, it really doesn’t feel like there’d be any eateries in this town.
On page 76, Aoi mentions it’s thirty minutes’ walk back to the bus stop - it’s 27 minutes away, though there’s another, closer one only 24 minutes away, so they could probably just make the 13:25 bus if they left immediately and walked more briskly.
The bus from the lake to the onsen takes 9 minutes, so the 14:13 bus would arrive at 14:22 (though the current timetable has buses at 13:10 and 14:35 rather than 13:25 and 14:13, so it’s probably changed, but they all take 9 minutes regardless). Meanwhile, walking direct from where they are will take 65 minutes, meaning they’d arrive at 14:05 if they left immediately, so walking twice as long (with luggage and imaginary dogs, up and downhill) will only save them a mere 17 minutes, but probably tire them out completely, and that margin reduces by however long it takes them to finish eating, pay up, and leave the eatery.
I don’t really understand why the bus plan would result in them arriving at the campsite after the office closes, but the walking plan will not. Though, I also can’t tell what location is being displayed in the third panel of 76. In the real world, all the buses that go from the lake to the onsen terminate at the onsen, near as I can tell - Google can’t even spot any bus stops to the east of the onsen. Mind you, they’ve clearly already used a bus stop somewhere near the tomato place that doesn’t exist on Google…
Well, maybe it’ll be made clearer next chapter.
Or wait, is the point I’m missing that the 14:13 bus doesn’t stop at the onsen, only the 15:41 bus? That certainly doesn’t match reality… from what I can tell.
Page 55, after browsing a few results on Google, I feel like the website that Rin is looking at in the first panel more reflects the general idea of such websites rather than any specific one. Here’s a few I found: 1 2 3. To be fair, as I write this, it’s most certainly too early in the year to be looking at sakura forecasts, so perhaps there is one that looks like the one Rin’s looking at, but it’s not coming up on Google because it’s inactive at the moment.
Page 61, heh, we haven’t seen Aki’s habit of getting a nosebleed when she sees a big price tag in quite a while.
Bottom of 61 to the middle of 62, this is not the same video, but it is the same machine:
(Though what do those faces they’re making at the bottom of 62 mean?)
Is Majiuma some kind of all-controlling mega-corp in the Yuru Camp universe?