The school is often depicted in the anime series as having a school gate that is indistinguishable from the typical high school, but also consists of buildings that boast modern architectural designs, like the arched school auditorium that has five colored poles in front of the building, the main spiral staircase, and windows decorated with round openings. Interestingly, most of the modern designs of the school are only apparent from the inside, and the main school building itself has a modest appearance from the outside. Aside from the main building and the auditorium, the school also has an open area for track and field classes.
The uniform of Naoetsu Private High School consists of a black gakuran and pants for males and a pink top with a red collar and cuffs, a blue ribbon or tie, and a bluish-gray pleated skirt.
In the Kizumonogatari films, like all other familiar locations, it appears a bit differently, looking larger and more realistic. While having multiple levels, most of the hallways depicted on are on the lowest level, unlike the TV series version which commonly shows high levels. Unlike in the TV series, the school is very clearly visable from the front gate. The campus seems to be a lot larger in general, with multiple structures, staircases, and a gigantic athletic stadium.
List of known students Edit
- Koyomi Araragi
- Hitagi Senjougahara
- Tsubasa Hanekawa
- Suruga Kanbaru
- Ougi Oshino
- Sodachi Oikura
- The auditorium building of Naoetsu seems to be based on one of the buildings in the Nagoya Century Hall.
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Locations of the Monogatari Series
|Naoetsu Private High School • Eikou Cram School • Nanahyakuichi Public Middle School • Araragi Residence • Tamikura-sou • Namishiro Park • North Shirahebi Shrine • Mister Donut • Haruya Book Store|