Snoopy Time Capsule Exhibition in Kobe Celebrates Peanuts Comic’s 70th Anniversary

12.March.2021 | SPOT

In celebration of the 70th anniversary of the Peanuts comic strip, the “Snoopy Time Capsule Exhibition” will be held from March 24 to April 5 at the Daimaru Museum on the 9th floor of Daimaru Kobe.

 

The exhibition will pay homage to the beloved characters and story of the comic series with merchandise, events, photo ops, and more.

 

All Visitors Get a Free Secret Key

All tickets bought for the exhibition are coupled with a special key. Visitors must find 5 illustrations dotted around the exhibition venue which have keyholes that the key fits. This will give them a comic illustration that can be taken home at the end of the exhibition.

 

The Exhibition

 

Entrance

Waiting to greet visitors at the exhibition entrance is the Peanuts Gang all with their own keys.

 

Time Leap

Towering panels detail the history of Peanuts and author Charles M. Schulz in a timeline format.

 

Peanuts Through the Ages

Featured throughout the exhibition is artwork, photo spots, and interactive gimmicks divided by the years Peanuts was drawn and theme.

There is a section that pays love to the unrequited infatuation Lucy has for Schroeder.

As well as an area dedicated to all the different outfits and occupations Snoop finds himself in.

 

Visitors can also become Charlie Brown’s Peggy Jean, his girlfriend in the comic strip, at this special photo spot where you can sit beside him and Snoopy at the lake shore.

 

Time Capsule Movie

A special, event-original video is available to watch at the exhibition that looks back over Peanuts like a time capsule.

 

An Homage to Charles M. Schulz

Learn all about Charles M. Schulz, the author of Peanuts. There’s a display detailing his background as well as Peanuts merchandise, books, and more.

 

Snoopy Time Capsule Exhibition Original Merchandise

The exhibition will be home to the “Peanuts 70th Anniversary Market” where around 100 original and exclusive pieces of merchandise will be sold amongst other related Peanuts items.

 

The Merchandise

Snoopy Plushie | ¥3,850 (Tax Included)

A4 Folder | ¥440 (Tax Included)

 

Alphabet Key RIngs | ¥1,320 Each (Tax Included)

 

Snoopy Face Masks (Washable 100 Times) | ¥1,320 (Tax Included)

 

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