I want to ask a question which goes like this:

What are the places in Love Live that are real places in Japan? How do I go there?

I already have an answer (3 places) to this question, and I am planning on marking it Community Wiki so that everyone can update its content.

Is this kind of question acceptable? Should I ask this question?

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Yes, these questions are currently acceptable,

Seeing as you are asking with the intent to visit, you should use the tag.

Here are some examples of existing questions:

Is Toyosato Elementary School open to visitors?

Which mountain did they try to climb over?

What are the real world locations for the Districts mentioned in From the New World?

and one more specific to your question The real world location of Akiba Dome

The only thing I would be careful about is how broad your question is - Does Love Live take place in a vast number of locations? If it's too large, it might be out of scope for an answerer and potentially closed.

Something like "Are the locations where the group played real-life locations" would be a more appropriate question.

  • It does take place in many locations. However the purpose of why I want to ask the question (and also the reason why I want to make it Community Wiki) is to make it the 'canonical' and one-stop post for Love Live real locations. I was also planning on linking that Q&A to the post I am planning to make.
    – Keale
    Jan 23, 2016 at 15:33
  • @ToshinoKyouko so I'm guessing that if I posted such a question, it would be closed as too broad?
    – Keale
    Jan 25, 2016 at 2:00
  • @Keale probably, unless you can reduce it Jan 25, 2016 at 8:02
  • @ToshinoKyouko Thank you for the response. Although Love Live does take place in many locations, the 3 places I'm talking about is only located in one place and the two of them are related. I will just ask something like: What are the places in Love Live that are located in Akihabara? or Where could I find Kanda Myoujin Shrine?, and let the community sort it out.
    – Keale
    Jan 26, 2016 at 2:00
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    You may find it appropriate to split them into several questions to cover what you are looking for, specifying a reduced scope for each.
    – Tyhja
    Jan 26, 2016 at 5:34

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