Experience the Attack on Titan VR Game at the MORI Tower Sky Deck in Roppongi Hills

03.August.2019 | ANIME&GAME / SPOT

As part of the ongoing Attack on Titan Exhibition FINAL event that is taking place at MORI Arts Center Gallery until September 8, a new addition has been added to the event that will take place from August 6 to September 8.

Titled “Sky Deck ~The Colossal Titan’s Invasion~,” the event will take place on the open-top roof of Roppongi Hills MORI Tower that will make use of the surrounding environment and utilise AR technology to project the Colossal Titan before your very eyes, up 270 meters high.

 

What happens when the Colossal Titan himself appears before you in real life? This virtual experience will give you a peek into the cruel and terrifying world of Attack on Titan.

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    A new key visual for Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 2 has been unveiled. The series will premiere on NHK General TV on January 9, 2022, at 24:05, and will finally bring the series to its long-awaited conclusion. The image was revealed at the Attack on Titan Final Season Part 2 Special Event, held November 14, 2021, in Kawaguchi, Saitama prefecture. 

     

     

    The Final Season director Yuichiro Hayashi commented on the image. 

    “There were three main visuals released for Part 1, but I tried not to focus on one particular subject. Rather, I wanted to show the many main characters, the war, and Marley. The concept of Part 2 is to focus on Eren as an individual. I hope that those who have stuck with the series for a long time will see this image and remember how much Eren has been through, and how much is at stake. The end is almost here.” 

     

    Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 2 Trailer

     

    A special compilation series spanning six episodes is currently airing NHK General TV ahead of the release of Part 2. Episode 5 will premiere on December 5, 2021. A special Attack on Titan OAD, containing side stories centered around the main characters, will begin streaming on November 29, 2021. See the official website for more details!

     

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  • Roppongi Hills Christmas 2021 and Keyakizaka Lights, Tokyo’s Signature Christmas Event, Begin

    17.November.2021 | SPOT

    Tokyo’s favorite Christmas event has begun! Roppongi Hills is a popular destination for shopping, eating, and having a good time, and the Roppongi Hills Christmas 2021 celebration brings the complex to life with plenty of holiday spirit. The Keyakizaka Lights signal the beginning of the Christmas season in the area, and this winter tradition is not to be missed! 

    Keyakizaka Lights

     

     

    The 400-meter-long Keyakizaka street is covered in over 700,000 blue and white LED lights, and the scene has become a popular representation of what Christmas looks like in Tokyo. This year’s West Walk shopping arcade will also feature the special Bon-Bon Blossom installation, a Christmas tree made to look like bonbon chocolates.

     

    Does this look like your ideal Christmas scene?

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    26.October.2021 | FASHION / SPOT

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    Levitation
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    In collaboration with popular app TikTok, Reconnect aims to be a more down-to-Earth art experience. Rather than going to a prestigious museum, guests are invited to reconnect with the world and with the concept of time as they explore the exhibition. With senses heightened by the use of each sauna, visitors might find that they are able to relax and experience the beauty of the world more than ever before. 

  • Attack on Titan: The Final Season Episode 76 “Condemnation” to Air In January 2022

    27.August.2021 | ANIME&GAME

    It has been announced that the 76th and final episode of Attack on Titan: The Final Season, “Condemnation,” will be airing on NHK in January 2022. Before the broadcast, a special omnibus that reflects on the story so far will be aired, along with a new original animation (OAD) featuring Levi, Annie, Mikasa, and various other characters from the series.

     

     

    The latest broadcast information was announced on August 22 2021 at the Attack on Titan Orchestral Concert.  The director Hayashi spoke, saying “Sorry for the wait! The Final Season Part Two will be shown in January of the new year! From the huge battle in the Shiganshina District, all the way to the Titans origin story, we’re finally approaching the climax of the story. We have also been taking on new challenges on how to visualize the story; How will those certain scenes turn out..? Please look forward to it!”

     

    With four months still left to wait before the final episode of Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part Two airs, further details will be released in the future.

     

    ©Iseyama Hajime, Kodansha / Attack on Titan: The Final Season Production Committee

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  • Streaming service dTVⓇ has announced its overall viewer ranking for the first half of 2021. Did your favorite shows make the cut?

     

    Jujutsu Kaisen

    Tokyo Revengers

    Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba

    Attack on Titan The Final Season

    Kimetsu Academy 

     

     

     

    dTV First Half Viewer Ranking 2021

    1. Jujutsu Kaisen (Anime) 
    2. Detective Conan: The Scarlet Bullet (Anime Film)
    3. Tokyo Revengers (Anime)
    4. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba (Anime)
    5. Attack on Titan The Final Season (Anime)
    6. Furuhata Ninzaburo Season 1 (Drama)
    7. Detective Conan (Anime)
    8. Alita: Battle Angel (Western Film)
    9. Kimetsu Academy (Anime)
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    Pulling in the most views between January and July was Jujutsu Kaisen, the popular anime series following high-schooler Yuji Itadori and his struggle with curses and sorcery. The show took the top spot by a huge margin, sitting at number one for four consecutive months between January and April. What makes it so popular? It could be its blend of horror and comedy, making it an attractive watch for all kinds of anime fans. 

    In second place, Detective Conan: The Scarlet Bullet. Who is Shuichi Akai, and what was his involvement in the disaster at the World Sports Games? This is the 24th Detective Conan film, and not one to miss, grossing over $20 million and holding the title of the third highest IMAX opening in Japanese history. 

     

    Rounding out the top three, anime series Tokyo Revengers tells the story of a delinquent with the ability to travel back in time. When his lover is murdered, Takemichi Hanagaki goes back to his junior high school days, intent on saving her life. Airing on dTV beginning in April, viewership has steadily increased, reaching #3 in May and hitting the top spot in June. 


     

    Unsurprisingly, two internationally beloved series also made the top ten. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba and Attack on Titan The Final Season sit in fourth and fifth place, making the top five an anime-only club. Kimetsu Academy, a junior and senior high-school spinoff of Demon Slayer sits at number nine, even though episodes are less than two minutes long on average. Never underestimate the power of animation!

    The classic 1994 drama series Furuhata Ninzaburo began to climb the rankings after the death of Masakazu Tamura in April this year from heart failure. Though seasons one and two are no longer streaming on the service, season three was just added to the catalogue on August 1!

     

    Hollywood epic Alita: Battle Angel, an adaptation of the sci-fi manga series, was the only western film to crack the top ten. BTS JAPAN OFFICIAL FANMEETING VOL.5 [MAGIC SHOP], which included footage of a special event with fans at the popular KPOP group’s last show at Kyocera Dome Osaka in 2019, finishes out the list. 

     

    While these ten might have drawn the most views, there are plenty of other films, concerts, dramas and anime series available on dTV, so be sure to check them out!

  • Tokyo’s The Art of DC – The Dawn of Super Heroes Exhibition and What to Look Out For

    30.July.2021 | MOVIE / SPOT

    The Art of DC – The Dawn of Super Heroes opened at Tokyo City View in Roppongi Hills Tower last month where it’s set to run until September 5.

     

    The exhibition shines a spotlight on DC’s Superheroes and Supervillains, such as Superman, Batman, and Joker, with over 400 exhibit items from comics to original documents and more on display. Let’s take a closer look at just some of the things for DC fans to enjoy.

     

    World-first exhibits of film costumes

    In the Suicide Squad area, the actual costume worn by Margot Robbie when she played Harley Quinn in the film is on show. The costumes worn by Bloodsport and Peacemaker in the upcoming film The Suicide Squad are also being displayed.

     

    See the Dark Knight’s Batpod

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    A collection of masks worn by Heath Ledger’s Joker

    The mask and outfit worn by Heath Ledger as the Joker is also being showcased. He won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as the character in The Dark Knight. This one’s a must-see for fans of the legendary character.

     

    Harley Quinn & Joker afternoon tea

    Harley Quinn & Joker Afternoon Tea | ¥5,000 (Tax Included)

     

    Head to THE SUN & THE MOON restaurant to enjoy an afternoon tea inspired by Harley Quinn and Joker.

     

     

    Superman Sky-High Drink | ¥1,400 (Tax Included)

    The Clown Prince of Crime | ¥1,400 (Tax Included)

     

    There’s also a menu of mocktails to enjoy which are inspired by the characters of the DC universe.

     

    DC Menu

    Running: Until September 5, 2021

    Location: THE SUN & THE MOON (Restaurant)

    Opening Hours: 11:00-22:00

    Official Website: http://thesun-themoon.com/

     

    All DC characters and elements © & ™DC Comics. WB SHIELD: ™& © WBEI (s21)

  • 60th Anniversary Sanrio Exhibition: The Beginning of Kawaii to Open at Roppongi Hills

    25.July.2021 | FASHION / SPOT

    From Hello Kitty to Pompompurin, Cinnamoroll, My Melody, and more – Sanrio’s internationally adored cast of characters can be universally agreed to be representatives of Japan culture of ‘kawaii.’ In celebration of Sanrio’s 60th anniversary, the company have announced an exhibition centred on the beginning of kawaii culture. The event will take place at TOKYO CITY VIEW from September 17, 2021 to January 10, 2022.

     

    60th Anniversary Sanrio Exhibition: The Beginning of Kawaii recently finished up at the Matsuzakaya Art Gallery in Nagoya on June 12 and is set to move to Ōita Prefectural Art Museum where it will run from July 10 to September 5 before heading to TOKYO CITY VIEW. This exhibition will not only look back over Sanrio’s 60-year history, but will also dive into how Japan’s culture of ‘kawaii’ came about. Fans of Sanrio and Japan’s kawaii can expect product and design showcases, in-depth explanations, and more.

     

    Sebastian Masuda’s iconic artwork is the centrepiece of the exhibition

     

    Entrance exhibit in the daytime

    At the entrance of the venue is the Unforgettable Tower, a symbolic art piece by Sebastian Masuda created exclusively for this exhibition which towers 6 meters tall. It’s made up of countless plushies of Sanrio characters such as Hello Kitty.

    Entrance exhibit in the evening

    The kawaii installation stands gorgeously against the cityscape of Tokyo which makes for an Instagrammable photo in the evenings when the city is lit up. The piece, as its name suggests, hopes to create unforgettable memories. The exhibition is set to run through Halloween, Christmas, and New Year, so visitors are sure to make some memorable ones.


    © 2021 SANRIO CO., LTD. APPROVAL NO. SP610376

     

    Shouta Aoi’s voice as the tour guide

    Having lent his voice to other Sanrio events, including at Sanrio Puroland and in collaboration with the Little Twin Stars, the Japanese singer, actor, and voice actor Shouta Aoi has recorded announcements for the exhibition which will be played to guide people around the event.

     

    A themed menu created for the Tokyo exhibition

    From Left: Anniversary Afternoon Tea / Hello Kitty Daisuki Fried Apple Mille-Feuille / Cinnamoroll’s Balloon Trip

    © 2021 SANRIO CO., LTD. APPROVAL NO. SP610376

    THE SUN & THE MOON, a cafe and restaurant fusion on the same floor of the exhibition, will serve up food, desserts, and non-alcoholic cocktails inspired by the Sanrio characters. Special seasonal afternoon tea sets will also be sold on Halloween, Christmas, and more too.

     

    Dates
    Restaurant: September 17, 2021 – January 10, 2022

    Cafe: December 15, 2021 – January 10, 2021

    *Closed December 21-26

     

    The main exhibition

    The exhibition will be split into six zones with 10 different themes. Over 800 products, documents, and materials related to Sanrio will be presented, many of which will shine a spotlight on some of their most famous characters out of their roster of 400, such as Hello Kitty and My Melody, and other characters that might not be known to those outside Japan such as best friends Patty & Jimmy. It’s a chance to walk through the history of Sanrio and Japan’s culture of kawaii.

    © 2021 SANRIO CO., LTD. APPROVAL NO. SP610376

    © 2021 SANRIO CO., LTD. APPROVAL NO. SP610376

    © 2021 SANRIO CO., LTD. APPROVAL NO. SP610376

    One of the six zones will look into secrets of Sanrio through the globally-beloved kawaii icon Hello Kitty. Another will display outfits such as the Hello Kitty dress worn by Lady Gaga.

     

    Original merchandise

    A small peek at just some of the items available

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    Sanrio fans can also get their hands on a collection of merchandise with designs ranging from the exhibition’s main visual to classic designs. There will be over 100 items to sift through.

     

    Tickets for the exhibition will be available from August 1. A limited number of special tickets that include free merch will also be released.

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  • Minerva Cafe to Open at The Promised Neverland Jailbreak Arc Museum Exhibition

    09.July.2021 | ANIME&GAME / FOOD / SPOT

    Roppongi Museum is set to open its The Promised Neverland exhibition on July 17 where it will run until December 30. The exhibition covers the Grace Field House Jailbreak Arc, where guests can feel like they’re really walking through the house.

     

    Cafe Logo

    As part of the exhibition, a themed cafe called the Minerva Cafe will open inside the museum serving food and drink inspired by the anime series.

    BLT Sandwich & Salmon Cream Cheese | ¥1,740 (Tax Included)

    Minerva & Phil’s Chocolate Banana Pancakes | ¥1,600 (Tax Included)

    The Minerva Cafe menu includes the mysterious William Minerva who Emma, Norman, and Ray are pursuing, chocolate banana pancakes with Minerva and Phil designs, and more, including a range drinks.

    Latte Art | ¥770 (Tax Included)

    Isabella’s Brown Sugar Milk Tea | ¥540 (Tax Included)

    The Emma, Norman, and Ray lattes also come with a coaster you can take home, and there’s a special Isabella milk tea you can buy at THE ALLEY, a food truck at Roppongi Musuem that’s popular for its Taiwanese milk teas.

     

    ©白井カイウ・出水ぽすか/集英社・約束のネバーランド製作委員会

  • Gas Mask Plant Pots Showcased as Part of TENEO’s Exhibition Tour

    09.July.2021 | FASHION / SPOT

    Japanese men’s brand TENEO and Shibakusa Pottery, which was founded in 1841 in Hida-Takayama, are set to begin their first exhibition tour on July 9 which aims to make traditional Japanese craftsmanship part of our modern lives as contemporary art.

    FULL HAND MADE with HAMAMOTO 

    TENEO is rooted in the concept of combining and evolving the differing cultures and backgrounds of Japan and France. Shibakusa Pottery has been producing pottery in Gifu’s city of Takayama since the Edo Period and operates on the motto of “Handing down tradition is on the decline; tradition is the continuation of innovation.” Both TENO and SHibakusa have come together to launch a project that aims to develop and advance traditional craftsmanship, and so they are opening a series of exhibition pop-up shops beginning at DiEGO Omotesando in Tokyo on July 9 before heading to Discover Japan Lab. in Shibuya PARCO, g GIFT AND LIFESTYLE in Roppoingi Hills, and elsewhere.


    Pre-orders for the products to be showcased at the pop-up shop are now available to pre-order online in Japan at TENEO and will be shipped in October. Exhibits include works by the young bonsai master Yusuke Hamamoto, flower arrangements Ayayoshi Ozono who maintains long-time traditional Japanese styles and techniques, and more.


    The project will  collaborate with the international tattoo artist Hiro in October as well as many other traditional artists and craftsmen from inside and outside Japan. The pop-up shop also sees the release of the ‘GAS MASK POT/VASE.’ The purpose of these works is to show people new forms and ways of expressing tradition.

  • Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 2 Teaser Visual Released

    05.July.2021 | ANIME&GAME

    An event titled ‘MAPPA STAGE 2021 – 10th ANNIVERSARY -‘ was held in Japan on June 27 where a teaser visual was released for Part 2 of the Attack on Titan anime’s final season which shows Eren together with a mysterious girl.

     

    Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 2 Special Teaser Promo

    The event was attended by Yuki Kaiji (Eren Yaeger), Marina Inoue (Armin Alert), Ayane Sakura (Gabi Brown), the anime series director Yuichiro Hayashi, and composer Kohta Yamamoto who gave their thoughts and impressions on The Final Season.

    The final volume of the Attack on Titan manga released on June 9 which saw comments trending from fans around the world on the ending. Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 2 is set to air this winter.

    ©諫山創・講談社/「進撃の巨人」The Final Season製作委員会

  • The Promised Neverland Jailbreak Arc Museum Exhibition Announces Exclusive Merchandise

    03.July.2021 | ANIME&GAME

    Roppongi Museum is set to open its The Promised Neverland exhibition on July 17 where it will run until December 30. The exhibition covers the Grace Field House Jailbreak Arc, where guests can feel like they’re really walking through the house.

     

    Newly illustrated artwork to be used on exclusive merchandise

     

    Limited-edition museum exclusive merch line-up

    Hangers | 3 Designs: Emma, Norman, Ray | ¥1,430 Each (Tax Included)

    Pins | 10 Designs | ¥440 Each (Tax Included)

    Acrylic Figures With Stills | 3 Designs: Emma, Norman, Ray | ¥1,430 Each (Tax Included)

    Croquis Notebook | ¥990 (Tax Included)

    Folder | ¥440 (Tax Included)

    3D Postcard Set | ¥990 (Tax Included)

    Stainless Steel Bottles | 3 Designs: Emma, Norman, Ray | ¥1,870 Each (Tax Included)

    Key Keyring | ¥990 (Tax Included)

    4C Ballpoint Pens | 4 Designs: Emma, Norman, Ray, Little Bunny | ¥880 Each (Tax Included)

    Flat Pouches | 3 Designs: Emma, Norman, Ray | ¥1,760 Each (Tax Included)

    Compact Mirror | ¥2,200 (Tax Included)

    Little Bunny Pouch | ¥3,080 (Tax Included)

    The exhibition artwork and 136 pieces of merchandise focus on the strong bond between Emma, Norman, and Ray. Dive into the world of The Promised Neverland at the special exhibition arriving this summer.

  • The Promised Neverland Museum Exhibition Opening in Roppongi Cover the Jailbreak Arc

    26.June.2021 | ANIME&GAME / SPOT

    Roppongi Museum is set to open its The Promised Neverland exhibition on July 17 where it will run until December 30. The exhibition covers the Grace Field House Jailbreak Arc, where guests can feel like they’re really walking through the house.

    Grace Field House entrance

    Venue map

    The exhibition is split into seven ‘chapters’ which recreate various scenes from the manga and anime series. The areas are littered with props such as the truck that Conny goes into, the test room desks, ​William Minerva’s pen, and so on. They even have the rooms smelling like they would in the series.

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