After Chihiro and her family exit the Clock Tower, they are led to the Deserted Town which resembles an old entertainment district, filled with seemingly abandoned small bars and restaurants. A main road leads to the Bathhouse.
Real Life Influences
The location was inspired by Miyazaki's visit to the Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum, which contains a recreation of food and entertainment district of old Japan. Contrary to popular belief, Miyazaki was not inspired by town of Jiufen in Taiwan, even going so far as to deny it on Taiwanese news.
|Main Cast||Chihiro | Haku|
|Chihiro's Family||Akio Ogino | Yūko Ogino|
|Bathhouse Denizens||Aniyaku | Aogaeru | Boh | Chichiyaku | Foreman | Kamaji | Kashira | Lin | Susuwatari | Yubaba | Yuna|
|Spirits||Kasuga-Sama | No-Face | Radish Spirit | River Spirit | Stink Spirit | Onama-Sama | Ōtori-Sama | Ushioni|
|Others||Shikigami | Zeniba|
|Locations||Spirit Realm | Red Gate | Clock Tower | Deserted Town | Bathhouse | Boiler Room | Yubaba's Office | Yubaba's Apartment | Sea Railway | Swamp Bottom | Zeniba's Cottage|
|Objects||Bath Tokens | Dōsojin Statue | Gold|
|Music||Soundtrack | Always with Me | One Summer's Day | Procession of the Gods | Reprise/Again|