Join Senku and Escape the Stone Cave in the Official Dr. Stone Escape Game in Tokyo
Japanese escape game creation company SCRAP is teaming up with the popular anime series Dr. Stone to bring an all-new escape game entitled “Escape From the Stone Cave” to its site in Kichijoji, Tokyo. The Dr. Stone themed escape game will open on February 21, and fans of the series can also get their hands on a range of original and exclusive Dr. Stone merchandise.
The escape game features a completely original story with full voice acting. Participants will follow in the footsteps of Senku by carrying out actual science experimentsーmade in collaboration with puzzle creator group AnotherVision from the University of Tokyoーwhile solving puzzles and cracking codes to escape the Stone Cave.
Puzzle Solving Science Experiment Kit
Senku Dr. Stone
Five pieces of exclusive merchandise will be released in line with the event, including a folder, a science experiment kit, and more.
Fans of Dr. Stone won’t want to miss out on this fun event as they wait for the second season of the anime series.
©米スタジオ・Boichi / Shueisha・Dr.STONE Production Committee
Escape From the Stone Cave
Start Date: February 21, 2020
Time Limit: 40 Minutes / Time Of Arrival: 50-90 Minutes
No. of People (Group): 3 max
Location: SCRAP Nazo Building Kichijoji
Address: SCRAP Nazo Bldg. Kichijoji Honcho, Musashino, Tokyo)
Access: 3-minutes on foot from the North Exit of Kichijoji Station
Official Website: http://realdgame.jp/dr_stone/
Online Pokémon Escape Game Launches in Promotion of Pokémon the Movie: Secrets of the Jungle Anime Film
18.November.2020 | ANIME&GAME
SCRAP launched a new online escape game entitled “Escape From the Mystery Pokémon Jungle” on November 14, 2020 in promotion of the upcoming anime film Pokémon the Movie: Coco which will be released in Japan on December 25, 2020. The film will also be released in the US in 2021 under the title Pokémon the Movie: Secrets of the Jungle.
SCRAP is a Japanese company that specialises in the creation of escape games. Since the outbreak of the pandemic, SCRAP has been hosting online escape games for people around the world. It has collaborated with Pokémon every year since 2013, with 300,000 participants having played the games collectively. This new escape game has players watching a video on the game’s official website while using a pen and paper to solve the puzzles and mysteries of the Mystery Pokémon Jungle.
Players can download and print the materials they will need for the game from the website. This will be their puzzle-solving kit which includes gimmicks of its own that will require assembly with tape. And since the game can be played at any time, players can choose what time works best for them when they have a free slot in the day.
The game offers a selection of different courses including two different two-person standard courses as well as a lighter family course for parents to play with their children.
The escape game is a great way to celebrate the upcoming and highly-anticipated release of Pokémon the Movie: Secrets of the Jungle.
©Nintendo･Creatures･GAME FREAK･TV Tokyo･ShoPro･JR Kikaku
©2020 Pikachu Project
Online Escape Game x Pokémon the Movie: Secrets of the Jungle
Official Website: http://realdgame.jp/pokemon2020/
Dr. Stone Collaborates With Snickers® Chocolate Bar On TV Commercial
Popular global chocolate brand Snickers® joined hands with the the TV anime series Dr. Stone on Monday for a special collaboration.
Dr. Stone is a hugely popular manga series written by Riichiro Inagaki and illustrated by Boichi and serialised in Weekly Shonen Jump. The manga has over 7 million copies in circulation. The first season of the anime series aired in 2019, with a second slate to begin broadcasting in January 2021.
For the collaboration, the voice actor for Senku in the anime series voiced character lines for a Snickers® commercial.
In the commercial, we see Kusanagi of the Japanese comedy duo Miyashita Kusanagi turned to stone in the Stone World. If you’ve watched or read Dr. Stone, you’ll know that Senku always knows what to do, and is ten billion percent sure that his plans will work, so of course in this there was only a single answer: to feed Kusanagi a Snickers® bar! Check out the results in the commercial below.
Snickers Japan is also holding a Twitter campaign for the collaboration. 40,000 lucky people in Japan who answer the page’s quiz questions correctly will get to win a Snickers coupon. Additionally, 100 people will be randomly selected to win a special prize.
©米スタジオ・Boichi / Shueisha・Dr.STONE Production Committee
TOKYO MYSTERY CIRCUS Announces Escape Game Based On J-Pop Group Perfume
23.September.2020 | SPOT
TOKYO MYSTERY CIRCUS, the world’s first and Japan’s biggest puzzle-themed theme park, has announced a new escape game centred on the Japanese pop group Perfume. Titled “Escape From The Room Next To Perfume,” the game is set to hit the indoor theme park on September 22, 2020.
An escape game is a real-life interactive experience that has players solving puzzles to escape a room. The story of the Perfume game puts players on the same team as Perfume. As players wait in anticipation, an LED display made to look like a window opens to reveal the Perfume members, who greet players and encourage them on their escape. And so begins the game.
There are various items and pieces of information in the room for players to solve the puzzle, including dance poses by Perfume which give hints for the next step. It’s an interactive experience that makes it feel like Perfume are really there with you.
Perfume fans can get their hands on a range of exclusive merchandise too, like a sticker set, folder, and message cards. These items will be sold at the TMC GOODS SHOP at Tokyo Mystery Circus as well as the online stores SCRAP GOODS SHOP and Perfume’s own A!SMART.
Escape From The Room Next To Perfume
Start Date: September 22, 2020
Location: TOKYO MYSTERY CIRCUS
Address: APM Bldg., 1-27-5 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Official Website: https://mysterycircus.jp/perfume/
Online Japanese Haunted House Horror Game to Terrify On Zoom Live Call
Japanese escape game creative company SCRAP has announced a new online haunted house experience which will have players utilising Zoom to escape from a cursed home. The experience will be launched on September 11, 2020.
The online game is an entirely new experience developed by SCRAP in collaboration with Hirofumi Gomi, a producer of haunted houses across Japan as well as Tokyo Dome City Attractions. The game’s story sees players’ underclassman Utsumi searching for you inside a particular house which is rumoured to be haunted.
Players are put into a team of 1 to 7 people and use Zoom or LINE to give directions to the rest of the cast. Players must work together and with the in-game cast to uncover the hidden malice behind the house and escape. It’s an interactive game that will plunge players into a scary experience they won’t soon forget.
Escape From the House of Cursed Mirrors (Japanese Title: 呪い鏡の家からの脱出)
Tickets: On sale from September 6, 2020 at 10:00 (JST)
Start Date: September 11, 2020
Time: 60 minutes
Groups: 1-7 people
Service: Zoom or LINE
Official Website: http://realdgame.jp/noroi_kagami/
Neon Genesis Evangelion Escape Game Has You Dodging Lasers
Hakone Kowakien Yunessun, a hot spring amusement park in Hakone, began teaming up with Neon Genesis Evangelion on July 1 for a series of events. The newest event to be announced is the “Evangelion Laser Trap” escape game which is set to begin on July 23. The park’s cave baths are also taking on a theme inspired by the Second Impact in Evangelion with special lights and sounds.
Evangelion Laser Trap Escape
Guests must become Evangelion characters and use their knowledge, experience, and whole body to make it through the dark room and avoid the red lasers. Those who clear the room will receive an original Evangelion sticker.
Second Impact Cave Baths
The cave baths will be illuminated with bright red lights inspired by the Second Impact cataclysm from Evangelion.
Evangelion themed food and drinks will be served at the event, and fans can get their hands on exclusive merchandise.
Evangelion Laser Trap Escape
Running: July 23, 2020 – August 23, 2020
Location: Hakone Kowakien Yunessun
Opening Hours: 09:00-19:00 (Last Entries 18:00
Entry Fee: General ¥2,500 / Children (3-12 Years) ¥1,400
Participation Fee: ¥500 per person
Second Impact Baths
Running: January 10, 2020 – September 30, 2020
Location: Hakone Kowakien Yunessun
Opening Hours: 09:00-19:00 (Last Entries 18:00
Entry Fee: General ¥2,500 / Children (3-12 Years) ¥1,400
Participation Fee: Free
Official Website: https://eva-hakone.com/
Escape From the Forgotten Laboratory in Tokyo Mystery Circus and SCRAP’s Remote Escape Game
08.May.2020 | ANIME&GAME
Japanese real-life escape game creator company SCRAP has launched yet another new remote escape game that began on Tuesday and will run until May 31, 2020.
“Escape From the Forgotten Laboratory” is a real-life escape game created by SCRAP that’s held at the world’s first and Japan’s biggest puzzle-themed theme park TOKYO MYSTERY CIRCUS. The site has teamed up with SCRAP to bring a new remote version of the game that makes use of the video call service Zoom so people can enjoy the game from the comfort of their homes.
Escape From the Forgotten Laboratory was first held for a limited time back in 2014 and was voted as SCRAP’s best event. It reappeared in 2017 and was finally introduced to TOKYO MYSTERY CIRCUS in February 2019. A team of up to six people take part in the game, which has been so popular that you have to buy tickets two months in advance to play. It is said to be the hardest escape game at the site to get tickets for.
Players have 60 minutes to escape the laboratory where they must solve mysteries left behind by a mad scientist, and must uncover the mystery surrounding an android that has been left behind. In the remote version, the story has been left exactly the sameーthe only difference is that even more challenges have been added to up the fun.
Only group tickets are available for the game, so team up with your friends and escape from the Forgotten Laboratory!
Escape From the Forgotten Laboratory
Running: May 5, 2020 – May 31, 2020
[May 5-6] 11:00 / 14:00 / 17:00 / 20:00
[May 7-31] Weekdays 14:00 / 17:30 / 20:00, Weekends 10:00 / 12:30 / 15:00 / 17:30 / 20:00
Escape From the Alien Research Facility in SCRAP’s New Remote Escape Game
02.May.2020 | ANIME&GAME
Japanese real-life escape game creator company SCRAP has announced that a remote, at-home version of its “Escape From the Alien Research Facility” is set to run from May 1 to May 6.
You arrive at a research facility that hails as the world’s first to capture an alien. What should be a safe tour to see the alien suddenly turns into an alarming situation
“This is an emergency announcement. Our alien has regained consciousness and has begun attacking the facility. Please escape from the facility!”
You can hear screams and ruckus from one side of the wall. The situation is dire. All of a sudden you hear a transmission come through.
“This is Ridley. Is anyone still alive!?”
It seems like your only hope is this transmission system. Can you work together with Ridley to escape the research facility?
This remote version of the escape game is adapted from SCRAP’s famous masterpiece of an escape game of the same name. Players must use the video streaming service Zoom to escape the lab from home.
The escape game takes place when the alien begins its sudden assault during an online tour to see it. Participants must use the facility’s voice system to guide the lab assistants through the research facility to clear various missions and defeat the alien. Players will feel like they are in a movie as the immersive story and experience unfolds.
SCRAP is currently developing even more content for people to enjoy from the comfort of their homes.
Escape From the Alien Research Facility – Remote Play
Running: May 1, 2020 – May 6, 2020
[May 1st, 2nd, 6th] 10:00 / 12:30 / 15:00 / 17:30 / 20:00
[May 3rd, 4th, 5th] 9:20 / 11:40 / 14:00 / 16:20 / 18:40 / 21:00
*You can connect to the game 15 minutes before it starts. Make sure you are connected at least 10 minutes before.
Shonen Tantei SCRAP Group Pre-Sale: April 29, 2020 at 12:00 (JST) – April 30, 2020 at 11:59 (JST)
General Sale: April 30, 2020 at 13:00 (JST)
Ticket Price: Group Ticket ¥20,000
*Only group tickets are available with this remote game
Event Page: https://realdgame.jp/event/alien_remote.html
Use Science to Beat the Dr. Stone Escape Game ‘Escape From the Stone Cave’
29.April.2020 | ANIME&GAME
Escape game creators SCRAP recently teamed up with the popular anime series Dr. Stone to create a wholly original escape game centred around the series which they call “Escape From the Stone Cave.” To commemorate the launch of the real-life escape game, SCRAP also teamed up with the latest edition of Weekly Shonen Jump which went on sale on April 27, 2020.
The escape game features a completely original story with full voice acting from the cast. Participants must conduct real science experiments to solve puzzles and crack codes to escape the cave. The game was made with in collaboration with AnotherVision, a puzzle creation company that helped with the puzzles and science experiments.
The latest edition of Weekly Shonen Jump features a three-page special from SCRAP which has readers tearing up the magazine amongst other hidden secrets. Those who manage to solve the magazine puzzle will receive a special digital image from the event’s website.
SCRAP have even launched a collection of original “Escape From the Stone Cave” merchandise on their website, including science experiment puzzle kits.
Real Escape Game x Dr. Stone
・Max Players: 3 per team
・Time Limit: 40 minutes / Required Time: 50-90 minutes
・Location: SCRAP Kichijoji Nazo Building
Trio Ticket (For 3 people only)
Advance Ticket: ¥2,400 per person (¥7,200 total for 3 people)
Same Day Ticket: ¥2,700 per person (¥8,100 total for 3 people)
Pair Ticket (For 2 people only)
Advance Ticket: ¥2,600 per person (¥5,200 total for 3 people)
Same Day Ticket: ¥2,900 per person (¥5,800 total for 3 people)
Solo Ticket (For 1 person only)
Advance Ticket: ¥3,600 per person
Same Day Ticket: ¥3,900 per person
Continue Extension: ¥800 per person for 10 minutes (same-day payments only)
SCRAP Kichijoji Nazo Building
Address: 1-9-7 Kichijoji Honcho, Musashino, Tokyo
Access: 3-minutes on foot from Kichijoji Station’s north exit
Event Page: http://realdgame.jp/dr_stone/
Escape From the Stone Cave Merchandise: https://www.scrapgoods.jp/fs/scrap/c/dr_stone
Escape From the Werewolf Village in SCRAP’s New Remote Escape Game
25.April.2020 | SPOT
Japanese real-life escape game creator company SCRAP has revealed details for its upcoming “Escape From the Werewolf Village” escape game which is set to run from April 29 to May 6.
You’ve found yourself lost in the village of werewolves.
Every night, these werewolvesーwho disguise themselves as villagersーattack the locals.
The local villagers disappear one by one.
The werewolves are gradually approaching closer to you with a mouth full of fangs.
If you do not uncover the truth behind these attacks, and if you cannot solve the mysteries hidden in this villageー
Then you will not leave these place alive.
Do you have the guts to solve all the pieces of the puzzle and escape from the Werewolf Village?
An escape came you can enjoy online
Escape From the Werewolf Village is a popular escape game from SCRAP, and they’ve now come up with a new version that you can enjoy at home by using the video call service Zoom and the messaging app LINE.
Participating teams will give instructions to the staff at the escape game venue to collection information, crack codes, and solve puzzles to locate the werewolves hiding in the village. This is a completely different and fresh kind of escape game experience which uses online communication rather than direct communication in person.
Only tickets for groups of up to 6 will be sold, and anyone is welcome even if they have completed the escape game before or have their own regular teams for this game.
Escape From the Werewolf Village – Remote Play
Running: April 29, 2020 – May 6, 2020
Ticket Release Dates
Shonen Tantei SCRAP Group Pre-Sale: April 25, 2020 at 12:00 (JST) – April 26, 2020 at 12:00 (JST)
General Sale: April 26, 2020 at 13:00 (JST)
Ticket Price: Group Ticket ¥13,500
*A group ticket accommodates 1-6 people. The recommended amount for this game is 4-6.
Max Players: 6 per team
Time Limit: 60 minutes / Required Time: 120 minutes
*The time limit for the game is 60 minutes. Together with the prior instructions and explanations, the entire experience will last 120 minutes.
This remote game makes use of the video call service Zoom and messaging app LINE. Please make sure you have downloaded these prior to starting the game. AN internet connection is also required, so it is recommended that you play on a PC.
Event Details (Japanese): https://realdgame.jp/event/jinro_remote.html
Escape From The Labyrinth of Time with Cardcaptor Sakura in This New Escape Game
Approximately 6 million people worldwide have stepped up to the thrilling challenge of an escape game by Real Dashutsu Game. They’re now collaborating with Cardcaptor Sakura to launch a new puzzle-solving adventure called “Escape From the Labyrinth of Time” (Toki no meikyū kara no dasshutsu). The main visuals for the event along with the story have been unveiled.
The event will be launched at the world’s first ever mystery-solving theme park Tokyo Mystery Circus on April 1, 2020. The escape game will also be held in five cities across Japan. Participants are invited to join Sakura Kinomoto on a journey back in time, using the power of Sakura’s staff and cards as a Cardcaptor to solve the puzzles and crack the codes.
There’s not long to wait until the games are launched. The main visuals for the event have now been revealed. The main visuals depict Sakura at junior high school-age from the Clear Card Saga along with Sakura at elementary school-age from the Clow Card Saga.
The designs for the bonus merchandise that come with the purchase of bonus advanced tickets have also been unveiled. This includes a card with an original design of Sakura that cannot be obtained from anywhere else.
If you purchase a bonus merchandise advanced ticket, you will receive clipboard designed with the pattern on Sakura’s card book. The functional and beautiful clipboard and the cute Cardcaptor Sakura-themed card are both original merchandise that cannot be obtained from anywhere else. If you’re a fan, don’t miss out.
Plunge into the world of Cardcaptor Sakura this spring.
© CLAMP・ST／Kodansha, NEP, NHK
Real Life Escape Game: Escape From the Labyrinth of Time (Toki no meikyū kara no dasshutsu).
Game Time: 60 minutes/ Estimated Completion Time (including explanations etc) : 120 Minutes
Group Size: 4 People Max
Game Type: All start simultaneously
Tokyo Mystery Circus
Dates: April 1 – June 21, 2020
Nazo Complex Nagoya, Aichi
Dates: April 24 – July 26, 2020
Osaka secret base of scrap
Dates: June 5 – July 26, 2020
Ajito of Scrap, Tenjin, Fukuoka
Dates: May 22 – July 26, 2020
Advanced Tickets: ¥3,400
Advanced Tickets with Bonus Merchandise: ¥7,000 per person
Same Day Ticket: ¥3,900
*No same day tickets will be available if all advanced tickets have been purchased.
*If you purchase a ticket with a student discount, you must bring your student card for inspection on the day.
* For young students without ID who wish to apply a discount, the accompanying parent or guardian must bring official ID with the date of birth of the child for inspection (such as their health insurance card). If you do not bring ID, you may be asked to pay the remaining balance for a general ticket.
*Please be aware that you cannot get any kind of refund for your ticket once purchased.
Special Edition Website: http://realdgame.jp/cc_sakura/
Dr. Stone, Haikyu!!, & Gintama Theme Songs to be Featured On BURNOUT SYNDROMES Anime Concept Album
Three-piece Japanese band BURNOUT SYNDROMES announced at the finale of their solo tour at Namba Hatch in Osaka, their home city, that they will release an anime concept album of their best anime songs.
Entitled BURNOUT SYNDROMEZ, the record will be released on March 25, 2020, and will feature theme songs they have performed for various anime series, such as Dr. Stone, Haikyu!!, Gintama, and more.
The album will contain a total of 12 tracks, including their latest single PHOENIX which is used as the opening theme for the ongoing TV anime series Haikyu!! To The Top, as well all of their anime songs to date, two new songs, a remix, a rearrangement, and more.
Anime fans can expect to hear some seriously popular tracks like the second opening theme FLY HIGH!! from season two of Haikyu!!ーwhich was the band’s debut singleーas well as the season three opening theme Hikari Are. It also includes their third single Hana Ichi Monme which is the first ending theme of Gintama: Shirogane no Tamashii-hen, the first Dr Stone opening theme Good Morning World, and so on.
The album is a must-have for both anime, manga and game fans as well as fans of BURNOUT SYNDROMES. First Press Edition copies of the album come with the band’s first-ever Blu-ray which will feature eight music videos and live performances of six songs from their tour last year. It will also include a comic which has the BURNOUT SYNDROMES members as the protagonists of an adventure story.
BURNOUT SYNDROMES will promote BURNOUT SYNDROMEZ with a Japan tour in 2021.
Release Date: March 25, 2020
First Press Limited Edition (CD+Blu-ray+Comic): ¥4,200 (Before Tax) [ESCL-5366~5367]
Regular Edition (CD): ¥2,500 (Before Tax) [ESCL-5368]
Official Website: https://burnoutsyndromes.com/
Haikyu!! TO THE TOP
Official Website: https://haikyu.jp/
©Haruichi Furudate / Shueisha・”Haikyu!!” Production Committee・MBS
Solve the Puzzles Of Osaka Metro and Reach the Goal With New Subway Game
26.January.2020 | SPOT
Osaka Metro is currently holding a puzzle-solving game for passengers which will run until March 31, 2020. As of January 24, over 12,000 people have participated in this exciting endeavour.
The game requires people to ride with Osaka Metro and travel around Osaka while solving various puzzles to reach the goal. This style of escape game has proven incredibly popular in the subway around Tokyo and Nagoya, but this marks the first time it has been held in Osaka. The course is designed in such a way as to enable people to discover or rediscover the wonders of Osaka, allowing them to enjoy the many sights.
Participants must purchase a puzzle-solving kit, which comes with a 1-day train ticket to use Osaka Metro, and follow the instructions to complete the course. Once a puzzle is solved, they are granted knowledge of the next location to head to.
There is also a giant 4-meter long photo spot at Morinomiya Station which can be accessed via Osaka Metro’s Chuo Line and Nagahori Tsurumi-ryokuchi Line. Snap a photo of yourself with the colourful train carriage handles, and also take a photo together with Osaka Metro’s official mascot character Nyanbarou.
After completing the event, head to the photo spot so you can add to your Osaka travel album.
*”リアル脱出ゲーム” and “ナゾトキ街歩きゲーム” are registered trademarks of SCRAP Co., Ltd.
Nazotoki Machiaruki Game “Puzzle Solve Metro Trip”
Running: November 28, 2019 – March 31, 2020
Puzzle Kit: ¥2,300 (Adults Only) at Osaka Metro stationmaster offices, and from February 29, 2020 will be available at season ticket sellers
*Comes with a one-day ticket to use with Osaka Metro
*Ticket cannot be used on the Osaka City Bus or Imazato Liner
Osaka Metro Official Website: https://www.osakametro.co.jp/en/index.php