Join Sword Art Online’s Characters in Akihabara to Help Dominate the Goblins

24.July.2019 | ANIME&GAME / SPOT

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Sword Art Online light novel series, an event titled “SAO Ex-Chronicle” will take place at Akihavara UDX this August. The event will feature the interactive game Sword Skill Challenge which uses the latest motion capture technology by Sony. You can sign-up to attend via the event’s homepage right now until July 28.

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Sword Skill Challenge will be located at the event’s entrance and will open on August 12 for one week only. Using cutting-edge motion capture technology, players will take up the role of familiar faces such as Kirito and Eugeo, and use their entire body to take down and subjugate goblins in real time with their sword skills. The CG models from Bandai Entertainment’s SWORD ART ONLINE Alicization Lycoris will be used.

This is only one of the many exciting experiences to be had at the SAO Ex-Chronicle event. For more details, check the official website, and if you’re planning a trip to Akihabara this August, don’t forget to sign up in advance for the Sword Skill Challenge.

 

©2017 Reki Kawahara / KADOKAWA / ASCII Media Works / SAO-A Project
©BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.

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    Running: January 26, 2020/February 22, 2020/February 11, 2020/February 16, 2020/February 24, 2020

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    Address: Nakadaira-36-1 Namari, Hanamaki, Iwate

     

    ▼Hanamaki Hoshi Meguri no Yoru Tour
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    Running: November 23, 2019 – April 5, 2020

    Location: Tokyo German Village

    Address: 419 Nagayoshi, Sodegaura, Chiba

     

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    Running: January 24, 2020 – February 9, 2020
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    ▼Nagasaki Lantern Festival

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    Nagasaki Tourism Page: https://travel.at-nagasaki.jp/en/what-to-see/62/

     

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    Running: December 1, 2019 – March 31, 2020

    Location: Murasaki Mura Ryukyu Kingdom Theme Park

    Address: 1020-1 Takashiho, Yomitan, Nakagami-gun, Okinawa

    Murasaki Mura Official Website: https://murasakimura.com/

     

     

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    Spring Flower Display ~Flower Art Award pre~

     

    Za Sogetsu is a performance unit specialising in ikebana, or flower arrangement. One of the most recognised groups in the industry, their work will displayed around various locations at Tokyo Midtown, including large-scale pieces as well as never-before-scene ones. One look at this breathtaking flower art will be enough to fill you with spring vibes.

     

    Running: March 20, 2020 – April 19, 2020

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    Location: Galleria 1F’s Tree Shower & various locations at Galleria 2F-3F

     

     

    Nighttime Cherry Blossom Light-Up

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    Running: March 20, 2020 – April 19, 2020

    Time: 17:00-23:00

    Location: Midtown Garden, Sakura-dori area/In front of Garden Terrace

     

    Tokyo Midtown has many other events planned for spring 2020, so don’t miss out this year.

  • Akihabara’s popular maid Café @Home Cafe Teams up with Hello Kitty

    08.January.2020 | FOOD / SPOT

    Akihabara’s popular maid café @Home Cafe is partnering up with the world’s favourite Sanrio character Hello Kitty, creating a beautiful collaboration café that will open on January 21 and run for a limited time. The new café will see a new original menu, café-limited goods and much more.

    @Home Cafe collaborated with Sanrio characters My Melody and Cinnamoroll in 2018, and with Pompompurin in 2019. Each year, the collaboration café was very popular. As 2020 marks the year of the Tokyo 2020 Games, Sanrio has stepped up their game, sending in their legendary Hello Kitty to the café to ensure that 2020 is celebrated to the max.

    The collaboration café features illustrations of Hello Kitty and her twin sister Mimmy dressed as maids and serving customers in the café. The collaboration café will see the walls dressed in pink and yellow gingham checkered patterns and lots of sweet and cute illustrations.

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    Hello Kitty and Mimmy’s Moe Moe Ribbon Pasta Plate: ¥1,300

    Hello Kitty’s Lovely Sandwich with Sweet and Sour Soup: ¥1,300

    Hello Kitty’s Moe Moe Parfait: ¥1,000 Mimmy’s Kyun Kyun Parfait: ¥1,000

    Bright Red Apple Okyumuka Cake: ¥1,000

    As the café’s main theme is “moe” (feeling of strong affection),  Hello Kitty and Mimmy are sure to enhance your moe experience to the max.

    Masters and mistresses who visit the café will also be presented with one of two designs of free collaboration placemat.

    There are three varieties of original drink coasters at the café too. Masters and mistresses who order a drink will be given one for free.

    Lunch Tote Bag: ¥1,500

    Acrylic Keyings (Three Varieties): ¥600 Each

    The café is also full of a wide range of collaboration merchandise so make sure to check them out after filling up on some delicious kawaii food.

    The maids at the café will also be wearing original Hello Kitty and Mimmy-themed maid outfits that you just cannot miss if you are a Hello Kitty fan.

     

    *All prices stated above are prices before tax.

    *The English names of the dishes and merchandise mentioned above have been translated.

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