List of manga locations
This page is a list of locations that appear in The Legendary Starfy series manga.
- 1 In the Densetsu no Starfy (Sayori Abe) manga
- 2 In the Densetsu no Starfy (Yumiko Sudō) manga
- 2.1 Human World
- 2.2 Starfy's world
- 2.2.1 Pufftop/Pufftop Palace
- 2.2.2 Unnamed beach
- 2.2.3 Stranded Whale
- 2.2.4 Sea of Ice
- 2.2.5 Unnamed gorge
- 2.2.6 Unnamed sea
- 2.2.7 Moe's House
- 2.2.8 Okonomiyaki Town
- 2.2.9 Hideout
- 2.2.10 Lobber's Cave
- 2.2.11 Unnamed cave
- 2.2.12 Unnamed place
- 2.2.13 Ogura Castle
- 2.2.14 Cinema
- 2.2.15 Haunted house
- 2.2.16 Clay quest locations
- 2.2.17 Unnamed town
- 2.2.18 Unnamed forest
- 2.2.19 Unnamed town 2
- 2.2.20 Unnamed sea/beach
- 2.3 The world inside the long jar
- 3 In the Starfy Four Cell Theater manga
- 4 In the Densetsu no Starfy R manga (Suzuo Yadaka)
- 4.1 Pufftop Kingdom
- 4.2 Amiy Kingdom
- 4.3 Unknown kingdom
- 4.3.1 Unnamed forest
- 4.3.2 Akiunabara
- 4.3.3 Amiy Stadium
- 4.3.4 Unnamed village
- 4.3.5 Onigashima
- 4.3.6 Baseball stadium
- 4.3.7 Unnamed building/Mr Mafic's room
- 4.3.8 TNN room
- 5 In the Character Parfait manga
- 6 In the Video Game Magazine manga (Hitoshi Ogino)
In the Densetsu no Starfy (Sayori Abe) manga
Halloween cake shop
The Halloween cake shop is seen in the chapter "Smells Delicious...". It is apparently owned by a Sand Snark wearing a chef's hat and it was visited by Starfy, the Mermaid and Old Man Lobber. There, the Sand Snark presented a Halloween turbun shell but the Mermaid apparently was not impressed so made a pumpkin pie herself. This surprised the Sand Snark and he wanted the Mermaid to work for him, but when the Sand Snark got angry after the Mermaid suggested she needs to look after Starfy, she got Starfy to beat the Sand Snark up with his Star Spin. The Sand Snark later said the shop was 'closed' when Old Man Lobber showed him a healthy cake made of kombu and hijiki; the Sand Snark did not want to work with him even though he may have initially had.
In the Densetsu no Starfy (Yumiko Sudō) manga
The Human World (Japanese: 人間界, also: ニンゲン界) is the world where humans like Takeo and Rumi-chan reside in the Densetsu no Starfy manga illustrated by Yumiko Sudō. It is located somewhere below Pufftop Palace, although it is apparently in a different dimension.
In the events of chapter 1 ("Going to the Human World Fii!"), Starfy and Old Man Lobber ended up in the Human World after Starfy dropped the jar through the window and both Starfy and Old Man Lobber jumped through the window to retrieve it.
Located in the Human World is a school which Takeo and Rumi-chan attend and a Pachinko Plaza (Japanese: パチンコプラザ). There is also a house where either Takeo or Rumi-chan lives as well as a swimming pool.
In the events of chapter 3 ("Not Afraid of Water Fii!"), Konk appeared at the swimming pool and created a portal that leads to Starfy and Old Man Lobber's dimension from the Human World. When Starfy and Old Man Lobber fell through the portal it returned them back to their world. Takeo later fell through as well and temporarily stayed at Starfy and Old Man Lobber's world before returning back to the Human World.
The school is a place in the Human World that Takeo, Rumi-chan and other humans attend. It appeared in chapter one of volume one, "Going to the Human World Fii!". There is a room with lockers there, as well as toilets and a rooftop floor. Takeo ran away with the jar into the toilet, worried that Starfy and Old Man Lobber would find it. When Takeo made it to the rooftop floor, Starfy and Old Man Lobber were there. While running off with the jar, Takeo trips on a floor panel and falls off the edge of the rooftop with the jar. Old Man Lobber asks Starfy to use his Star Spin, so he jumps off the rooftop using his Star Spin to get Takeo. Takeo asks for help and Starfy continues using his Star Spin, but in the end he decides to carry Takeo and rescue him. However, the jar breaks and evil comes out of the jar.
The Pachinko Plaza (Japanese: パチンコプラザ) is a pachinko plaza in the Human World that appeared in chapter two of volume one of the Densetsu no Starfy manga illustrated by Yumiko Sudō; "I'm a Prince Fii!". Starfy and Old Man Lobber thought it was a castle but Takeo knew it wasn't and seemed embarrassed to point it out to them.
Old Man Lobber and Starfy walk in it, only for someone from the Pachinko Plaza to pick them up and bring them out again. He asks if Takeo is a robot then punches the top of his head and angrily walks back in to the plaza, telling him to play elsewhere.
The house is a place Takeo, Starfy and Old Man Lobber go to in chapter two of volume one; I'm a Prince Fii!. There, he introduces Starfy and Old Man Lobber to a dog, probably named "Pes" (Japanese: ペス). Old Man Lobber says the house is pretty nice and Starfy agrees. After Starfy made himself dizzy and ill from spinning around, he rested in a bed in the house. Later, Starfy and Old Man Lobber went to eat food there but Starfy tipped over the bowl looking for money.
A swimming pool in the Human World. It first appeared in a dream in Takeo's dream in chapter three of volume one, where he dreamed that he was drowning in the pool. Later in the chapter, Rumi-chan actually invites Starfy, Old Man Lobber and Takeo to play together in the pool. Takeo is worried because he cannot swim but Rumi-chan says that Starfy will be a good coach and Takeo goes anyway, with Old Man Lobber on his head. Konk appears there so Starfy attacks him with his Star Spin and he lands on Takeo's swimming trunks, hurting him.
Konk uses his shell like a drill to push Takeo back in the pool and continues to drill into him, making Starfy cry and for some reason, Konk starts to cry as well. Old Man Lobber talks to Konk and makes him feel better but Konk makes a portal in the pool that leads back into Starfy's world and Starfy, Old Man Lobber, Konk, as well as Takeo fall through it. Rumi-chan comes back with the juice but is surprised to find that the others aren't there.
The world where characters such as Starfy, Old Man Lobber and Moe live.
The home of Starfy, Mama Star, Papa Star and the Pufftop Guards. Old Man Lobber used to reside there even though he has a cave of his own. In volume 2, Moe also visits Pufftop Palace there despite having his own house. The Human World is below Pufftop Palace.
A beach that Starfy, Old Man Lobber, Takeo and Konk arrive at after they go through Konk's portal that connects the Human World with Starfy's world. It appears in chapter three of volume one, Not Afraid of Water Fii!.
A place set inside of a whale. The whale swallowed Starfy and Old Man Lobber after Old Man Lobber was holding a coconut he prepared for Starfy. Starfy loses Old Man Lobber inside the whale. Although he escapes, he isn't seen again until chapter six of volume one, We'll Absolutely Meet Again Fii! but Starfy doesn't get to meet Old Man Lobber in person until chapter three of volume two, Nostalgic Reunion Fii!.
This is where Starfy meets Moe in this series of manga, unlike in Densetsu no Starfy where Starfy meets Moe in Coral Reef. Bankirosu is found in the whale. Starfy defeats it by making it jump into the spikes.
A body of floating ice with icy spikes in the Sea of Ice. Boerun appeared there and tried to claim the Sea of Ice as his own.
Moe found a Treasure Box full of sparkling diamonds in Kuriore's Iceberg for Ruby, but unfortunately water from the hot spring went inside the Treasure Box and the diamonds started to melt. Moe then knocked the Treasure Box away and all the remaining diamonds fell into the sea.
A small house in Kuriore's Iceberg where Kuriore lives. After defeating Boerun, Starfy and Moe left Kuriore at her house with Lovely.
A gorge with two waterfalls that appears in chapter six of volume one, We'll Absolutely Meet Again Fii!. One waterfall is surrounded by Gekojii's Cave and another waterfall is surrounded by Gekojii's House.
Gekojii's House/Gekojii's Cave
Gekojii's House (Japanese: ゲコじいの家) is set in a cave near two waterfalls where Gekojii lives that is normally visited by his grandson. It first appeared in chapter six of the first volume — We'll Absolutely Meet Again Fii!.
The first waterfall is found outside an entrance to the cave that became blocked off by an earthquake before Gekojii smashed the rocks, and the second waterfall is found through a door that leads outside of Gekojii's House. In the main room of Gekojii's house, he keeps pharmaceutical equipment and boxes full of drugs called Power Up Drinks that give power to whoever drinks them. Starfy used the help of two Power Up Drinks to rescue Gekojii's grandson who had been hibernating in a cold cave up the second waterfall.
A sea that appears in chapter seven of volume one, Making Money Fii!. Moe's House is found under this sea. Moe was trying to make money there by filling stones into a shell, but Starfy makes the fish that come go away.
A rundown house where Moe, Moe's siblings, Kyorozou and Moe's mother live. Starfy overhears that Moe's mother doesn't have any money for medicine, so he tries to make money for Moe himself in the unnamed sea. In chapter six of volume two — Get Mama Back Fii!, there is a house in a place out of water near Ogura Castle that looks exactly like Moe's House.
The interior of Moe's House, where Moe's mother is seen ill in bed.
Okonomiyaki Town (Japanese: お好み焼き街) is a town that was visited by Starfy and Moe in the eighth and final chapter of volume 1; False Starfy Appearance Fii! and was briefly visited by Starfy in the Pufftop Vehicle in the nineteenth and final chapter of volume 2; The Sealed Jar and the Big Disturbance Fii!. It is surrounded by the sea and Starfy and Moe had to swim to get there.
The town has multiple points of interest like a bakery and a cotton candy store, but the main attraction is an okonomiyaki pancake stall run by Chuta. In False Starfy Appearance Fii!, Doppel and Chorosuke tipped up the okonomiyaki stall to steal the pancakes and they pretended to be Starfy and Moe.
The hideout (Japanese: かくれ家) is a shell shaped hideout on a small island where Doppel can be found, seen in the eighth and final chapter of volume 1; False Starfy Appearance Fii!. Doppel had kidnapped Moe and tied him up with rope in the hideout. At the hideout, Doppel shows Moe to Ogura, who hypnotizes Moe, reversing his personality.
Lobber's Cave (Japanese: ロブじいの洞窟) is a cave where Old Man Lobber lives, surrounded by the sea. It appears in the third chapter of the second volume — Nostalgic Reunion Fii!. It was briefly visited by Starfy in the Pufftop Vehicle in the nineteenth and final chapter of volume 2; The Sealed Jar and the Big Disturbance Fii!.
In the events of Nostalgic Reunion Fii!, Starfy and Moe found him in his cave but he was experiencing memory loss and Old Man Lobber couldn't recognize them until they were about to save him from an unknown monster with some resemblance to Wasawasa. Starfy and Moe were forced to flee from the cave after they accidentally hit Old Man Lobber and made him be aggressive.
A cave in chapter four of volume two — Courage Wars Fii!, with lots of fish and a sign saying that the cave is dangerous and entry is forbidden. Starfy and Moe went to fish there regardless of the sign's warning and Starfy caught a vicious, big spiky fish. Starfy attempts to attack the fish, but the fish smacks him and jumps back in the water. This made Moe whimper in fear. When Starfy asks if he was hiding, Moe tries to prove he is braver and this puts both Starfy and Moe into dangerous situations. On two occasions, they are saved by Ootaruika who lives in a house in the cave. He is angry at Starfy and Moe for ignoring the sign and their foolish behavior.
A house inside the cave in chapter four of volume two — Courage Wars Fii! where Ootaruika resides. There is a photograph of a son of of Ootaruika who wears a bow tie. Ootaruika talked to the photograph to express his bad experience with Starfy and Moe. Starfy left behind a shell he caught with a fishing rod earlier there after seeing Ootaruika crying in his house, probably feeling sorry for him.
A place surrounded by rocks and the sea found in chapter six of volume two — Get Mama Back Fii!. It is also close to Ogura Castle, which exists on a very small island. At the beginning of this chapter, Starfy finds a bottle with a video tape inside, which turns out to be a message from Mama Star to Starfy to say that she's in Ogura Castle. After Starfy rescues Mama Star, he sends tape messages in bottles in to the sea but once they're done, Moe realizes the jar is missing. Starfy then panics and believes he put it in one of the bottles.
An unnamed rundown house that looks exactly like Moe's House is found in the aforementioned unnamed place in the events of chapter six of volume two — Get Mama Back Fii!. A sign said that Ogura Castle was straight ahead, but when Starfy and Moe followed it they found the rundown house.
A castle where Ogura resides, appearing in the the events of chapter six of volume two — Get Mama Back Fii!. It is found on its own island near the rundown house in the unnamed place. Mama Star was taken there and brainwashed, so Starfy has to fight her to rescue her. There is a toilet there and a window on a wall. Ogura waited behind the wall where he watched Starfy fighting.
Starfy and Moe looking at Ogura Castle in the distance.
A cinema (Japanese: 映画館) that appears in the sixth chapter of volume two, I Want to Appear in the Movies Too Fii! which various characters visit. It was holding auditions for actors for the haunted house behind the cinema but part of the notice that said this was missing until Hirara added the rest of it after Starfy and Moe successfully were chosen as the best actors, so Starfy and Moe thought they were in a movie audition.
A haunted house (Japanese: お化け屋敷) behind the cinema. Starfy, Moe and many hopeful actors went there and had to win both a fighting competition and a speech test to be chosen as actors. Starfy and Moe originally weren't aware that the test was for choosing actors for the haunted house and thought it was for the movies, though they decided to take part anyway.
Clay quest locations
The following locations under this heading are those that Starfy and Moe had to visit to obtain purified clay for Shuuri-jiisan to fix the jar in the seventh chapter of the second volume, Big Panic, the Jar is Broken Fii!. They are located below Pufftop. Visiting all of these locations left Starfy and Moe in a bad physical state after they returned to Shuuri-jiisan.
Ocean of Sharks
The Ocean of Sharks (Japanese: サメの海) is a sea full of vicious Sand Snarks. It is the first location Starfy and Moe visited on the quest to get some clay to fix the jar.
The Magma Reservoir (Japanese: マグマ留り) is a hot magma chamber with stepping stones. It is the second location Starfy and Moe visited on the quest to get some clay to fix the jar.
Sea Urchin's Nest
The Sea Urchin's Nest (Japanese: うにの巣) is a nest full of falling sea urchins. It is the third location Starfy and Moe visited on the quest to get some clay to fix the jar.
The Sharp Tunnel (Japanese: トゲトゲトンネル) is a tunnel full of sharp spikes. It is the fourth location Starfy and Moe visited on the quest to get some clay to fix the jar.
The Waterfall Climb (Japanese: 滝のぼり) is a large waterfall. It is the fifth location Starfy and Moe visited on the quest to get some clay to fix the jar.
The Sludge Pond (Japanese: ヘドロ池) is a pond full of sludge and trash. It is the sixth location Starfy and Moe visited on the quest to get some clay to fix the jar.
Location of the clay
This is a room full of clay that can fix the jar. Starfy and Moe had to pass through the six aforementioned locations to get to it.
A town similar to Okonomiyaki Town in the way that Chuta and many Taruika with poles (possibly the police) are seen there. It appears in the eighth chapter of the second volume — With Wario, this is the Best Tag Team Fii!. There is a restaurant there and Moe naughtily thought of eating without paying because he didn't have any money. Wario was then already being chased by Chuta and had his treasure map blow away. Moe picks up Wario's treasure map and he and Starfy decide to look for treasure in an unnamed cave instead. When Moe found treasure, he used it to eat at the restaurant but Wario and Starfy attacked him, presumably for the treasure.
Unnamed treasure cave
A cave Wario intended to visit in the eighth chapter of the second volume — With Wario, this is the Best Tag Team Fii!, to look for treasure. Starfy and Moe found it by using Wario's treasure map but they were separated from each other after Starfy landed on a hidden button that activates a trap door. Moe happened to be laying on the trap door so he fell through it. Wario later appeared so he and Starfy team up to look for treasure. Although they didn't find it, Moe apparently found the treasure and used it eat at the restaurant in the unnamed town.
A forest where Yugudorajii lives that is seen in the ninth chapter of the second volume, Meeting a Friendly Tree Fii!. Ogura tried to burn it down, until Starfy stopped him by adding the lake's water to his Star Spin to stop the fire. Though the old Yugudorajii ceased to exist, a new one was born because Moe had planted a branch in the ground.
Unnamed town 2
A town near a hill that appears in the tenth chapter of the second volume, Mines are Dangerous Fii!. There are various houses there. All of the residents of the town were evacuated to the top of a hill, including The Squirts, the Hokwi Group, Sir Hokwi, and some Taruika after mines were placed in the town by Ogura but Starfy and Moe smelled delicious food coming from a table in a house so went to see it.
When Sir Hokwi and the Hokwi Group find Starfy, they decide to search for mines and Starfy helps them...
A sea and beach that appears in the eleventh and final chapter of the second volume, The Sealed Jar and the Big Disturbance Fii!. Starfy and Moe were swimming in the sea until they saw a Pufftop Guard above them near the beach riding something called the Pufftop Vehicle above the sky while holding a long jar. Starfy asks if it is a regular jar, and the Pufftop Guard says it isn't. Starfy then thinks that it's dangerous and writes 'do not touch (金)' on it with a marker.
Meanwhile, Ogura is watching Starfy and the Pufftop Guard and picks up on the fact that the longer jar might be dangerous. Ogura comes over and knocks it out of Starfy's hand. Moe grabs the jar in anger and tries to stop Ogura from using it but Ogura takes the cork out of the jar and it sucks up Starfy and the Pufftop Vehicle.
The world inside the long jar
Starfy with the Pufftop Vehicle and Ogura were sucked inside a long jar that a Pufftop Guard was holding in the eleventh and final chapter of the second volume, The Sealed Jar and the Big Disturbance Fii! after Moe grabbed the jar in anger and tried to stop Ogura from using it but Ogura took the cork out of the jar.
The world inside the jar is similar to Starfy's world, but without any living things.
After Starfy wakes up from inside the jar, he arrives at a beach with stepping stones that lead to the town seen in the eighth chapter of the second volume — With Wario, this is the Best Tag Team Fii! but he finds that nobody there but then he sees Ogura flying away laughing and has no choice but to chase after him with the Pufftop Vehicle.
He starts to think everyone was defeated by Ogura, so Starfy flies over to seven places to check including seven previously shown locations; Gekojii's house, Moe's House, Lobber's Cave, Okonomiyaki Town and Kuriore's Iceberg, as well as Lovely's Shop and indeed finds that no one is there.
Starfy then visited Pufftop and found Ogura but Ogura knocked Starfy off Pufftop and towards some spikes only for Starfy to be saved by a rope that pulls him out of the jar. It turns out that he was pulled out of the jar by Moe.
Lovely's Shop (Japanese: ラブリーの店) is one of the places Starfy revisited inside the long jar using the Pufftop Vehicle. It is presumably a shop where Lovely sells goods, like in Densetsu no Starfy 2, but for unknown reasons it doesn't seem to appear in chapters other than the eleventh and final chapter of the second volume, The Sealed Jar and the Big Disturbance Fii!.
In the Starfy Four Cell Theater manga
Pufftop Palace and the sea
Starfy gliding over the sea, apparently feeling bad about touching it.
A place where Old Man Lobber and Starfy is seen in "Go with the Signature Move!!", where Starfy shows off his Star Spin. It may be Lobber's Cave because the floor looks a little bit like the place is set there.
A sea that appeared in "New Ability Appearance!!". An island is nearby it. Starfy showed off going out of the water with his Spin Jump, then performed his Turbo Swim ability underwater. Afterwards Starfy performed a "lazy swim", an ability that doesn't appear in the games.
The whale inhaling water, Starfy and Moe.
A house near the aforementioned unnamed sea that is the setting of Twice of Anything.
Moe's Game Shop
Moe's Game Shop (Japanese: キョロスケのゲーム屋さん, Kyorosuke no Game Yasan) is a game stall that appears in the manga ""2" Early Release!!". Part of the stall is covered in tape, suggesting that it may be in a bad state.
Unnamed sea floor
Unnamed place 2
The setting of "Moe's Ambition!!", where there are a lot of postcards. As the background is abstract or too dark (in three of the cells), it is impossible to tell where it is.
Unnamed house 2
[[File:FCT unnamed house 2.jpg|thumb|right|220px|Starfy using the jar to suck up dust A house in "Using the Sealed Jar", where Starfy and Moe appear. Inside the house, they suck up dust on the floor using the jar. There is either a window or prison cell style bars there (picture, left), as well as something on display (picture, right) resting on a wall that is difficult to make out. There is another wall above it with a white square on it.
Unnamed place 3
The setting of "Autumn is the Season of Ogura!?" where various leafs fall from the sky. Starfy and Moe are seen there and Ogura appears there. Starfy and Moe are angry to see Ogura but he is surprisingly friendly and eats some vegetables with Starfy and Moe.
Inside the jar
A room inside the jar, as seen in "Sealed Jar Secret". Moe looks inside the jar to see Ogura relaxing on a bed in a tidy room eating food resembling onigiri. In this room, there is a table and chair, a television showing a big fish and a smaller one, a game console and a bath. Moe is jealous of Ogura and wants to trap himself in the jar.
In the Densetsu no Starfy R manga (Suzuo Yadaka)
The kingdom where Starfy, Starly and Moe live, surrounded by the sea. It is friends with the Amiy Kingdom.
Located deep under the ground of Pufftop Palace past a door that leads down to some stairs is a place called the F Zone (Japanese: Fゾーン), which is pronounced "Fii Zone".
The F Zone (Japanese: Fゾーン) pronounced Fee Zone (Japanese: フィーゾーン) is a location in chapter 9 of the Densetsu no Starfy R manga — "Extremely Strange F Zone!?". According to a story told by Starfy in a black suit, it is located deep under the ground of Pufftop Palace past a door that leads down to some stairs. There is a one-eyed ghost in the F Zone, some spike traps and a heavily secured door.
Through the heavily secured door is a trapdoor where there is nothing below it but the sky and the sea.
The Amiy Kingdom (Japanese: アミー王国) is a kingdom relatively close to Pufftop on the ground and across the sea where characters like Coral, Mattel live. Its main landmark is the Amiy Castle. It is friends with the Pufftop Kingdom.
The Amiy Castle is the main landmark of the Amiy Kingdom. It is a castle that is set on the ground, unlike the Pufftop Palace which is found in the sky. It is protected by Gatekeeper]s. In the thirteenth and final chapter, "For Those Whom I Must Protect......", Starfy pierces a hole in a large meteor, which projects it off course and prevents it from hitting the Amiy Castle, however, the Pufftop Palace is damaged quite a lot from the meteor.
Cupid Village (Japanese: キュピットむら) is a village where candy shaped objects can be seen which resemble ice cream, wafers and bars of chocolate. Its name is not mentioned in Densetsu no Starfy R but text does prove that it is set in the Amiy Kingdom. It appears in chapter one — Starfy's Love Attack where Mattel viewed it from a balcony. After Mattel healed Starfy when he crashed into the balcony, he fell in love with Mattel so he went to Cupid Village to give her a present. Mattel was doing some gardening there. Starfy initially intended to give Mattel a love letter but instead wrapped himself up in a present holding some roses. He delivered himself to a house that Mattel went in.
A house where Mattel resides in Cupid Village. It probably belongs to her.
The locations listed below are from an unknown kingdom. They may be from either the Amiy Kingdom, the Pufftop Kingdom or neither. If the kingdom is one of the two, it is more likely that it is the Amiy Kingdom because in the games Pufftop itself is a floating kingdom. Additionally, this manga series promoted Densetsu no Starfy 4.
A forest that appears in chapter four, "Aim for the Town! Distress Survival!!" where Starfy, Starly and Moe were lost. There is a long bridge there that links to another part of the forest and a path that splits in three ways. Starfy had a compass, though it pointed to a tall wall that Starfy had to break through with his Star Spin, causing the wall to collapse on them. There is a cliff near the forest where a town can be seen. Starfy, Starly and Moe didn't notice that they would fall if they carried on and they fell, which ended up with them being injured.
A town that is somewhere near the forest, past one side of the bridge. It is beyond a cliff past the bridge and a dead end. Starfy used a compass to help him, Starly and Moe find the way. Starfy made holes in the wall to get past the dead end.
Akiunabara (Japanese: アキウナバラ), also known as Akiba (Japanese: アキバ) in short, is a location in chapter 5 ("Holy Place of Otaku, Viva! Akiba!!") of the Densetsu no Starfy R manga. It was also mentioned by Starly in chapter 2 ("Super Difficult! Love of a Young Girl").
Starfy and Moe went to Akiunabara to see an idol event. While exploring Akiunabara, they used the help of an Akiba guide to look around a large shop with a Fii, Gashapon machines and figures, a bookshop, a Maid Cafe (though Starfy and Moe may not have gone in it) and finally the Shakotan☆Event; the idol event that Starfy and Moe were looking for.
Starfy and Moe visited at least one unnamed shop in Akiunabara.
Starfy and Moe visited a shop with a Fii. Moe was playing tennis with the Fii there using two remotes and Starfy tried to have a go but misunderstood the purpose of the game and ended up knitting with the Fii remotes.
Starfy and Moe had a look at some action figures in a shop, which they both liked. Moe thought the girl figures were 'awesome'. The figures include anime/manga-like characters, dinosaurs, chogokin like robots and possibly more. Starfy also found a "figure" of a female character resembling Starly skating while leaning over backwards there.
A Fii on display inside a shop.
Manga Spring (Japanese: まんがの泉) is a manga shop in Akiunabara that Starfy and Moe visited. There are many manga and drawings of characters like Mario (who is named "Sawarayukio" (Japanese: サワラユキオ)), Tom Nook, and Grandpa Danger there. Starfy and Moe got kicked out of the shop after Starfy was producing manga about himself.
Moe looking at manga based on Starfy.
Maid Café (Japanese: メイドカフェ) is a place in Akiunabara, featuring a picture of a maid on its logo. Starfy and Moe may not have gone in it.
The Shakotan☆Event (Japanese: シャコたん イベント) building is a building in Akiunabara that hosts an idol event. Starfy and Moe wanted to find it. When they visited it, they were disappointed to see that the idol was none other than Starly.
[[File:Amy Stadium.jpg|thumb|right|300px|A view of the Amiy Stadium, showing Starfy scoring an own goal]] The Amiy Stadium (Japanese: アミースタジアム) is a soccer stadium that appears in chapter eight — Legendary Class!? Soccer Showdown!!. The Amiy Kingdom and the Pufftop Kingdom had a soccer match there. Starfy, Moe and other members of Starfy's species played representing the Pufftop Kingdom while Starly, Coral and Doorkeepers played representing the Amiy Kingdom.
A similar but possibly different stadium appeared in chapter eleven — Unusual Play One After Another! Baseball Showdown!!.
A village that appears in in chapter 10 of the Densetsu no Starfy R manga; Starfy Fairytale!! based on the setting of the fairy tale Momotarō. It has a river where an old man (Moe) and old woman (Starly) would wash clothes. This river is where the couple found Starfy (Hostarou).
Old fashioned house
An old fashioned house where an old man (Moe) and old woman (Starly) live.
Onigashima (Japanese: おにがしま), literally "Island of Oni" is an island visited by Starfy in chapter 10 of the Densetsu no Starfy R manga; Starfy Fairytale!!, where he was raised up as "Hostarou" (Japanese: 星太郎). It is based on the island of the same name that Momotarō visited in Japanese folklore.
While trying to get to Onigashima, a 'rabbit' that looks like Starly wearing rabbit ears with two front teeth gave Hostarou a boat, but it split in two when Hostarou tried to use it.
Hostarou then had to jump off seven fish from larger to smaller sizes including a shark, a tuna fish, a swordfish, a suzuki, a sea bream, a Japanese horse mackerel and a clownfish. He then had to swim the rest of the distance to the island.
Dragon Palace Castle
On Onigashima is the Dragon Palace Castle. Past the door to the castle is where the Oni stay. Hostarou got hit on the head by an Oni there with a spiked club similar to a morning star. He was then chased away by multiple Oni.
A similar but possibly different stadium to that Amiy Stadium that appeared in chapter eleven — "Unusual Play One After Another! Baseball Showdown!!". The Pufftop Kingdom and the Amiy Kingdom had a baseball match there.
Unnamed building/Mr Mafic's room
A building that appeared in chapter 12, (The Legendary Super Magician is Here!?). It is large with a star in a circle pattern on the floor, much like a pearl. There is a room with a "Mr. Mafic" plate above its entrance. Outside of the room, Mr. Mafic performed a trick where he planned to go into one box on the right with a door and end up in the leftmost box after counting to three, but Starly appeared outside of the box instead. The other magic tricks performed by Mr. Mafic and Starly may take place outside of the room, but it is not clear.
A room where a member of Starfy's species broadcasts news over the fictional "TNN" (possibly standing for "Tenkai News Network"). It is only seen on television in chapter 13; For Those Whom I Must Protect......
In the Character Parfait manga
In the Video Game Magazine manga (Hitoshi Ogino)
The setting of "Hidden Room Discovery!", probably set in a cave. Starfy trips and he ends up making a hole in a wall. Starfy, Moe and Starly discover that there is a hidden room behind the wall. Starfy puts some sunglasses on and finds a treasure chest there.
Starfy finding a treasure chest in the hidden room, wearing sunglasses.
Unnamed leafy area
The setting of "Combined by Transformation!". It appears to be a pavement with an area covered with leafs . Starfy, Starly and Moe are seen moving through the leafs. Moe is hesitant to move forward but Moe comes across Bunston, who has fallen down. Suddenly, Starfy combines with Bunston to become Monstar who then burns the leafs, making it easier to carry on.
Starfy and Bunston as Monstar, burning the leafs.