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The "pride of Inaba", run by Yukiko Amagi's family.
Inaba's commercial area that contains many of the town's traditional stores.
The house that the protagonist and the Dojima family reside in.
The high school where the main characters of Persona 3 attend. This is where the player spends his daily life by studying and interacting with other classmates.
Halls, also called hallways or corridors, are areas that connect rooms. Not much happens here except people going from one room to another, but in some games the player sees little else.
A dungeon in the Midnight Channel crafted by Nanako's heart. It is based on her belief that her mother is in Heaven.
Inaba is the town in which Persona 4's story takes place. Normally a quiet rural area, it is a host to various kidnappings and murders during the game's plot.
Inaba Municipal Hospital appears in several Social Links, as well as the main story.
The place closest to the SEES dorm. The player can buy food or do other things to increase stats (charm, courage, etc.). The player can also talk to social links here.
Japan is an island country located in Eastern Asia and the Northwestern Pacific Ocean. In the video game industry, Japan has for a long time been one of the most important territories for the development and sale of video games.
A major department store in Persona 4, Junes serves as a vital location for the investigation undertaken by the main character and his fellow party members. It is also host to the TV they use to enter the Midnight Channel. Every day's great at your Junes!
A kitchen is found in many game for purposes of food preparation and storage. People may eat there too.
A twisted dungeon in the Midnight Channel based on the true nature of the murderer's heart.
A dungeon that exists within the Midnight Channel, created from the conflict in Rise Kujikawa's psyche.
The main dungeon of Persona 4. Rumors speculate that you will see your 'soulmate' while watching it at midnight. It is sometimes called Mayonaka TV in the Japanese version.
A gas station that appears in Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4.
A location within the Midnight Channel created by Saki Konishi's psyche. The characters do battle with Yosuke's Shadow here.
Probably somewhere near Inaba. It is a popular destination for Social Links.
A central shopping point in Persona 3. The player can buy weapons, armor, or other items available in the stores around the mall.
A rural area is an area that is sparsely populated, about 2,500 people or less. It could be a village in the woods or a small desert town.
A region of Inaba that lines the Samegawa River in Persona 4.
Any school building in a game, including High School, Jr. High, and Elementary Schools.
A "love hotel" in Persona 3, which also appears in Persona 4.
A dungeon in the Midnight Channel. It was crafted by the conflict in Naoto Shirogane's psyche.
A place where you can buy, and sometimes sell things.
The mall is where you go shopping.
A holy or sacred place were people can make sacrifices, worship or meditate.
A dungeon located in the Midnight Channel. It was created by the conflict in Kanji Tatsumi's psyche.
The artificial island/city where Persona 3 is set and a brief portion of Persona 4 takes place.
Home to Igor, a mysterious character from the Persona games. He helps those who have been granted access to the Velvet Room build their power and fuse personas.
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