- Kasukabe Bookstore
- Futaba Corporation
- Action Burger
- Hamburgers Kasukabe (also called "Burger Kasukabe"): only appeared in one episode in which Shinnosuke meets Robert McGuire
- Action Pizza: a pizza delivery service which appeared in several episodes
- The butcher, fishmonger and greengrocer: these are the stores that Misae (instead of going to the department store) usually go to, or Shinnosuke when his mom sends him
- Food stalls: these stalls are always at traditional fairs and festivals
- Sea Side Hotel
- Kasukabe Public Bath
- Karaoke lounge
- Department store
- XYZ (shoe store)
- Bowling centre
- Yams seller
- Sharpener: like the yams seller, this one also has a truck and goes around town looking for a customer.
- Ragman: He also owns a truck, in which he goes around collecting dirty rags and papers to recycle, he offers toilet paper and tissues in return (which is usually of interest to Misae).
- Tofu seller
- Fire department
- Police station
- Kasukabe Hospital, seen in various episodes
- Post office, seen in some casual episodes
- Kasukabe Bank, seen in a casual episode
- Outpatient clinic Kasukabe, seen in a casual episode
- Kasukabe Library, seen in a casual episode
- Santa Barbara Clinic
- House of Nohara
- House of Sakurada
- House of Satō
- House of Kazama
- House of Ujuin
- Apartment of Midori Ishizaka
- Futaba building
- Driving school, Wameo Miki works there
- Kasukabe Station
- Kasukabe Planetarium
- Futaba Denistry
- University of Kasukabe
- Car dealership: a small dealer who appears in several episodes
- The park: a park nearby the Futaba Kindergarten. It is divided into 2 zones; Grass, which includes a baseball field, a tennis court and a camping area, and the children's area, which includes a small park with games for children. In this park the Kasukabe Defense Organization usually meets.
- Action Airlines
- Kendo dojo
- Max Akaishi's English Cram School
- Futaba Zoo
- Kasukabe Pagoda
- Futaba Kindergarten
- The name Futaba is a tribute to Futabasha (双葉社), the publisher of the Crayon Shin-chan manga in Japan.
- The name Action refers to Weekly Manga Action (漫画アクション), where the manga chapters were published.
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