Real-world locations! And boy do we have real-world locations this week.
Here we see Rin’s house for the first time. Googling has allowed me to narrow it down to somewhere along route 300 above the town of Shimobe-Onsen, but no amount of wandering around in Street View or staring at the house used in the drama has allowed me to pinpoint it exactly. I did find someone’s twitter post with an official filming locations map for Yuru Camp pilgrims, but the photo is too zoomed in on the map to let me find it, though it does reveal that it’s a closed restaurant named こやま食堂, not that that comes up in Google Maps search results either.
Rin stops for lunch at Korobokku Hutte, before visiting this intersection, the live footage of which can be found here. (The shot that’s visible to me as I post this doesn’t quite resemble the shot shown in the manga, but the thumbnail image of this camera on the parent page does, so I rather suspect the camera’s been pointed in a slightly different direction, for some reason.) Total driving distance 109 kilometres, or about 2 hours 22 minutes. Also, the street sign on page 146 is this one.
Meanwhile, the Outclub girls meet up at Yamanashi-shi Station before walking to Fuefukigawa Fruits Park, then finish at Hottarakashi Onsen. Total walking distance, about 5 kilometres, or 80 minutes’ walk. Nadeshiko mention getting lost at Kofu Station, because to reach Yamanashi-shi from where they live, they need to catch the Minobu Line to Kofu, then change to the Chuo Line. Why they all didn’t catch the same Minobu Line train, I have no idea. Perhaps they don’t all live along that line.
Also, the sticker on the front of Rin’s scooter, especially visible in the third panel of page 141 is a 若葉マーク, which marks her as a new driver.