Attack on Titan Exhibit Opens in Japan


By: Haylee Fisher (@haylee_fisher)

It’s the age-old question: does Japan get all the cool stuff? After an Attack on Titan exhibit opened in Tokyo last week, the answer is a resounding, “YES!”

With more than 40 million copies sold worldwide, there’s no denying the anime is a juggernaut. Now fans can visit the terrifying world for themselves through the interactive exhibit at the Ueno Royal Museum. Unlike a regular boring museum walkthrough, this one features an audio tour narrated by the anime’s voice cast that guides visitors through a city under attack by Titans. Items displayed at the exhibit include original sketches by series creator Hajime Isayama, replica artifacts, an exclusive short, and a full-scale Titan statue. There is also a 360-degree 3D theater that lets guests see what it would be like to be a Survey Corps member and see what it’s like to fly with Three Dimensional Maneuver Gear and more.

The exhibit is open until January 25, 2015. Check out a few pictures below!




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