The article explores the filming locations and settings of the drama “ONEDAY: Christmas Eve Chaos” set to be broadcast on Fuji TV in October 2023. The story revolves around three main characters whose stories intersect on the most romantic and glamorous day of the year, Christmas Eve. The drama is set in Yokohama, showcasing its famous landmarks and beautiful night views, such as Red Brick Warehouse, Cosmo Clock 21, and the Yokohama Bay Bridge. Popular and stylish restaurants in Yokohama may also serve as filming locations for the drama. The article suggests checking out these locations to experience the charm of Yokohama.
In this article, we investigated the filming locations and locations of “ONEDAY: Christmas Chaos”. Let’s discover the charm of Yokohama, the setting of the drama! “ONEDAY: Christmas Chaos” is a highly anticipated drama that will be aired on Fuji TV’s Monday night series from October 2023. It stars Kazuya Ninomiya, Miki Nakatani, and Takao Osawa as triple leads. The story revolves around the three protagonists whose individual stories intersect on the most romantic and glamorous day of the year, Christmas Eve. The drama is set in Yokohama and showcases the city’s famous landmarks and beautiful illuminations as breathtaking night scenes. Additionally, as restaurants play an important role in the drama, there is a possibility that stylish and popular restaurants in Yokohama are being used as filming locations. Be sure to check them out! Table of Contents [ONEDAY: Christmas Chaos] Filming Locations and Locations are the Talk of the Town! The official Twitter account of “ONEDAY: Christmas Chaos” introduces behind-the-scenes footage and cast comments. From there, we have picked out some potential filming locations. Is the Bay Bridge the filming location for ONEDAY? I’m planning to visit Yokohama in February, so maybe I can explore the filming locations for ONEDAY at that time! [ONEDAY: Christmas Chaos] Filming Location “Yokohama” The setting of the drama “ONEDAY: Christmas Chaos” is Yokohama. Many scenes showcasing the distinctive Yokohama landscape can be seen throughout the filming. For example, the Red Brick Warehouse and Cosmo Clock are featured in the drama title and preview footage. Other locations such as Yokohama Bay Bridge and Yokohama Marine Tower also appear in the photos. Red Brick Warehouse Google Image Search The Red Brick Warehouse is a historic building constructed during the Meiji and Taisho eras. It currently houses shops, cafes, and restaurants. Building 1 serves as a cultural hub for Yokohama, hosting various events and exhibitions such as concerts, galleries, and workshops. Building 2 is a gathering place for attractive commercial facilities, where you can enjoy shopping, gourmet food, and miscellaneous goods. In front of the Red Brick Warehouse is Red Brick Park, a grassy park. It is a recommended spot for dates, as you can enjoy views of Yokohama Port, the giant Ferris wheel, and the Bay Bridge while taking a stroll. Other attractions near the Red Brick Warehouse include Zou no Hana Park, Marine and Walk Yokohama, and the Cup Noodles Museum. So if you visit the Red Brick Warehouse, be sure to stop by and enjoy the charm of Yokohama! Cosmo Clock Google Image Search Cosmo Clock in Cosmo World is a urban-style amusement park, famous for its 1 million LED lights illuminating the 112.5-meter-tall, 480-passenger Cosmo Clock 21 Ferris wheel. At night, it lights up and shines beautifully like fireworks. Daikanzaka Tunnel Google Image Search The tunnel that Kazuya Ninomiya is running through is believed to be Daikanzaka Tunnel. This pedestrian-only tunnel in Yokohama City has a length of about 300 meters. Kazuya Ninomiya commented on Twitter, “It was the day I ran the most at the age of 40” (laughs). Daikanzaka Tunnel has appeared multiple times in popular dramas such as “Dangerous Cops” starring Kyousuke Shibata and Hiroshi Tachi, so many parents may think, “I’ve seen it before!” It has also been used as a filming location for “THE LAST COP” and “The Full-Time Wife Escapist”! Yokohama Bay Bridge Google Image Search Yokohama Bay Bridge is a suspension bridge that spans 860 meters, symbolizing the port city of Yokohama. Sky Walk is an observatory facility where you can walk on the bridge. From the 47-meter-high observation deck, you can enjoy panoramic views of Yokohama Port, Tokyo Bay, and Mount Fuji. On weekends when large cruise ships dock, it is open to the public for free! At night, the bridge is lit up in blue, creating a fantastical glow. When viewed from Yamashita Park or the Minato Mirai 21 district, you can experience a romantic atmosphere. Near Yokohama Bay Bridge, there are many other tourist spots, such as the Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum and Sankeien Garden, where you can fully enjoy the charm of Yokohama. I want to go to the Ramen Museum! Yokohama Marine Tower Google Image Search Yokohama Marine Tower is a 106-meter-high observation tower that offers a panoramic view of Yokohama Port. It is also famous as a symbol of Yokohama. On the first floor, there is a shop where you can buy Yokohama souvenirs that are only available here. You might find your favorite items, such as original goods and sweets. On the second floor, there is a Hawaiian restaurant/candy shop called “Eggs ‘n Things”. On the third floor, there is the “menehune collection”, where you can enjoy alcohol and light meals, and both offer fantastic views from the windows! [ONEDAY: Christmas Chaos] Filming Location | Restaurants Google Image Search Restaurants play an important role in the drama. Takao Osawa’s character, Shio