Pre-Opening Tickets For Attack on Titan Exhibition Now Live

09.April.2019 | ANIME&GAME / SPOT

The first Attack on Titan exhibition to be held was “WALL TOKYO” back in 2014 at The Ueno Royal Museum, a collection of art pieces made in collaboration with contemporary artists which brought in 250,000 fans.

 

This summer, five years on, a new exhibition entitled “Attack on Titan Exhibition Final” will be held at Mori Arts Center Gallery in Roppongi from July 5 to September 8.

Pre-sale tickets for the initial July 5 to July 7 pre-opening are set to released on April 9. Those who sign up for these tickets will be allocated into a lottery where winners will be drawn to receive them.

Those able to attend will receive a mini card signed by the manga’s author Hajime Isayama.

 

The main event will be split into two separate runs. The first will be July 8 to August 4 and the second August 5 to September 8. Standard advance tickets with merchandise will go on sale on April 19 at 18:00 (JST).

 

Enjoy the second part of the anime series’s third season which will premiere on April 28 and then enter the world of Attack on Titan at the exhibition!

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    Merch Line-Up

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    Folders | ¥550 (Tax Included)

     

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    Take a photo against a backdrop of Eren and Levi

    Take a photo against a backdrop of Hange

     

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    Mikasa’s Red Tomato Ramen | ¥1,408 (Tax Included)

    Armin’s Mushroom Porcini Omurice | ¥1,848 (Tax Included)

    Levi’s Triple Hamburgers | ¥3,278 (Tax Included)

    Survey Corps Seafood Squid Ink Pasta | ¥1,848 (Tax Included)

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    Coasters (12 Designs)

     

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    Colossal Titan Suit – ¥330 (Tax Included) *Limited to one person per day, first-come first-served

     

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