Have you ever watched an anime and wished you could be transported into whatever imaginary world the characters resided in. Well, thanks to a museum in Japan, that dream may become a reality to Digimon fans. The Harajuku's Laforet Museum invites guests to explore the wonderful world of Digimon, in honor of the new Digimon Adventures tri. films. The new exhibit at the museum will be titled Digimion Adventure THE REAL WORLD, and will be available to visit in May.
There are not many details about the new exhibit, but it will have sever different themed areas, a special photo spot, and cool limited-edition merchandise that can only be purchased at the museum. Apparently even the tickets will be Digimon themed as well, with "special" tickets with collectibles such as wristbands and medallions.
Tickets are already available for pre-sale for this once in a lifetime experience, and advanced tickets are 1,500 yen for adults and 1,000 for students. Tickets with "special merchandise" will be more expensive however, priced at 3,000 yen for adults and 2,500 for students.
Digimon Adventure Tri is a six part film project that has recently announced the fifth movie of the project, set to open this year, Digimon Adventure Tri Part 5: Symbiosis. The most recent film in the six part series to release was part 4: Loss, and it was released in February of this year. Description of the story from the fourth video can be seen below:
Following Meicoomon's rampage and the Reboot, Tai (Taichi) and the others leave behind a distressed Meiko and head to the Digital World. But the partner Digimon that they've reunited with have lost their memories. They once again try to forge new connections, but only Biyomon is wary, telling her partner Sora that she doesn't know anything about the past. While Sora normally thinks of others even before herself, she now has distrust in her heart. As Sora stands heartbroken, Tai and Matt (Yamato) cannot find the words to help her.
A tearful Meicoomon appears and disappears again. For some reason, she has retained past memories, and is searching for Meiko. Upon seeing Meicoomon, the kids resolve to journey through the Digital World to save her, but a man with the Dark Masters at his command stands in their way.
Release date for Digimon Adventure Tri Part 5: Symbiosis has not been officially announced, but has been confirmed for 2017. American audience will be getting a dubbed version of the the films, as Shout! Factory has acquired broadcasting and home distribution rights for the first three. The company plans on a dual-language release on Blu-Ray and DVD, yet the date for this is still to be announced.
Tickets for the Digimon Adventure THE REAL WORLD exhibit are available for purchase here, and will be running at The Harajuku's Laforet Museum in May.