Attack on Titan Final Exhibition
5 July – 8 September 2019
Mori Arts Center Gallery (Roppongi Hills)
*Article updated on 14 July
This summer, the final act of “Attack on Titan” will be unveiled in Roppongi, Tokyo.
In a highly unusual manner of exhibition, you will “listen” to the saga’s epilogue at this show.
Get ready for a disturbing finale…
Attack on Titan Final exhibition
5 years after the previous exhibition “Attack on Titan WALL TOKYO” (in 2014 at the Ueno Royal Museum), this compelling show will take place at Mori Arts Center Gallery of Roppongi Hills (and later tour to Osaka).
The most gripping exhibits, featuring original drawings by Hajime Isayama, images and sounds, will besiege the exhibition hall high in the sky.
Highlights of the Attack on Titan FINAL Exhibition
◆ Choose your own destiny
The opening section of the exhibit is very telling. You must choose your own destiny, whether to be born “inside” or “outside” the Walls. Proceed accordingly (*there are separate routes only in the beginning). .
◆ Isayama’s original drawings
The show displays, in two rotations, a total of some 180 original drawings made over 10 years by Hajime Isayama, including his latest works. Marvel at the vividness of lines, shades and touch-ups of these pieces, which are not evident in the published materials.
◆ Life-size diorama and giant-screen theater
You will wander into the world of battles with Titans in this room of life-size diorama and giant-screen motion-picture theater.
◆ Audio representation of the epilogue
As the publication of the comic series is now close to the end, the grand finale in the author’s conception is suggested at this show … through sounds.
◆ Hajime Isayama interview
The author tells what Attack on Titan is to him in this video. With English subtitles.
*About “Attack on Titan”
“Attack on Titan” (Shingeki no Kyojin) is a popular comic by manga artist Hajime Isayama, published in Kodansha’s Bessatsu Shonen Magazine since 2009.
The story is about fearsome giants called Titans that prey on humans, now confined to a walled city to survive.
The dark fantasy books (collected already in 28 volumes) have sold more than 80 million copies in Japan. “Attack on Titan” has been a global success, translated in many languages and sold worldwide, and also adapted into live-action films.
“Attack on Titan Final exhibition” limited-edition items
◆ Attack on Titan Final exhibition “Special Box”
A limited number of “Special Box”, packed with “Attack on Titan” kits, are on sale starting from 5 June on Seven Net Shopping. The items inside the box include a hand towel, a notepad with speech balloons and a map of the current exhibition.
Special Box (進撃の巨人展FINAL 限定BOX)
◆ Reeves Company Roppongi Store
Reeves Company will open its Roppongi Store at the Gallery during the show, featuring a limited line of “Attack on Titan” themed goods. The website will open on 17 June.
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