Attack on Titan Exhibition Final
An original drawing exhibition will be held for the first time in five years of the popular manga ‘Attack on Titan’ heading to the climax
The popular manga ‘Attack on Titan’, which has been serialized in “Bessatsu Shonen Magazine” for 10 years, is finally heading for the ending. At the Mori Arts Center Gallery, the original drawing exhibition “Attack on Titan Exhibition Final” will be held from July 5 to September 8, 2019. The exhibition period is divided into the first half from July 8 to August 4 and the second half from August 5 to September 8, and some of the exhibition content is changed. A total of more than 180 original drawings are exhibited in the first and second half. There are a number of attractions such as an exhibition that expresses the final episode of ‘Attack on Titan’ by sound, and a diorama that reproduces the world of the ‘Attack on Titan’ in a full-size view.
At the entrance, you will make a choice. Are you born inside or outside a wall? Depending on your chosen life, you will experience the world of ‘Attack on Titan’ on different routes.
Full Size Diorama that reproduces the world of ‘Attack on Titan’
The world of ‘Attack on Titan’ is represented by a full size diorama and a large screen over 20 meters. You can experience yourself immersing in the world of Titans fighting and people screaming.
The sound of the final episode to be shown for the first time
The final episode conceived by the author, Hajime Isayama, is expressed with “sound” only. You can feel part of the last scene that the author imagines, so your expectations for climax should increase.
Present for visitors
Visitors will receive a draft before drawing a manga manuscript (NAME). The design changes every day of the week, and the contents are different in the first half and the second half.
Over 100 original items
In addition to popular character items, there are over 100 items such as this exhibition-limited item that can only be obtained here.
|Event Name||Attack on Titan Exhibition Final|
|Venue||Mori Arts Center Gallery (Roppongi Hills Mori Tower 52F)|
|Dates||July 5, 2019 – September 8, 2019|
|Note||【The First Half】 July 8 – August 4
【The Second Half】 August 5 – September 8
*July 5 – 7 are pre-publication. Admission tickets can be purchased by drawing. (Reception period end)
|Open Hours||10:00 – 20:00
*Last admission is until 1 hour before closing.
Adult 2,000 yen
Highschool / Junior highschool student 1,500 yen
Child (Age 4 up to Elementary school children) 1,000 yen
Adult 1,900 yen
Highschool / Junior highschool student 1,400 yen
Child (Age 4 up to Elementary school children) 900 yen
|Address||6-10-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo|