In November 2020, the original anime was released by Jun Maeda and the studies PAWORKS, Kamisama ni Natta Hi ((The day I became a god) was beaten by critics inside and outside of Japan for making a mistake in their production. It turns out that the background scene in a short scene was taken directly from Google Maps However, the team did not remove the β€œΒ© 2019 Google” watermark.

A similar situation was noted in the second episode of the second season of Yuru Camp ((Relaxed camp) where you can also see a Google watermark in the top left corner of the stage.

According to the Japanese, it's not uncommon for real settings to be converted to anime settings after some design fixes. However, this should not be confused with "inspired settings" where, for example, settings are created from scratch based on real-world locations. While these are recognized techniques, fans think it wouldn't hurt to look at these details, which ultimately become negative points for production.

Yuru Camp Synopsis

While the perfect vacation for most girls her age may be an extravagant vacation with loved ones, Rin Shima's ideal way to go camping alone at the base of Mount Fuji is. From setting up her tent to collecting firewood, she has always done everything herself and has no plans to leave her lonely little world.

What begins as one of Rin's usual camping sessions, however, ends somewhat as a surprise reunion for two when the lost Nadeshiko Kagamihara is forced to flee to her camp. Originally with the intention of seeing the scenic view of Mount Fuji for herself, Nadeshiko's plans are interrupted when she is able to fall asleep in the middle of her destination. Alone and with no other option, she seeks the help of the only person around. Despite their hasty introduction, the two girls enjoy the cold night together, eating ramen and chatting while the campfire keeps them warm. And even after Nadeshiko's sister finally picked her up later that night, both girls considered in silence whether they could go camping together.

Source: Yaraon!

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