Japan's Newest My Hero Academia Exhibition is Full of Awesome Photo Spotsby Richard Eisenbeis,
Check out the gallery below to get a taste of what the exhibition has to offer.
The outside of the exhibition and the lobby feature large posters related to the most recent season of the anime and to the exhibition itself. However, once you get inside, things get decidedly more 3D in nature.
Many of the exhibits feature the dialogue of specific scenes that are important to the characters being shown—and always in stylistic ways making the best use of different fonts.
One of the main pieces on display features the battle where Shigaraki fights Deku, Todoroki, Bakugo, and Endeavor. While the anime scene plays on the big screen, dynamic lighting is projected upon the character cutouts below to mimic what is happening above.
There are also a few dedicated photo spots throughout that use forced perspective to put you right into a scene from the anime. You can appear to be floating in Shigaraki's Nomu tube or using Deku's Blackwhip quirk.
At the end of the exhibition is a huge store filled with merch. It has everything from plushies and acrylic standees to U.A. High School tea cups and framed prints of some of the art used in the exhibition.
My Hero Academia ANIMATION Exhibition -All-Out War- is scheduled to run at Gallery AaMo (Tokyo Dome City) in Tokyo from May 27, 2023, to June 18, 2023. It will then move to Sapporo (June 30, 2023 – July 17, 2023) and Fukuoka (July 23, 2023 – August 15, 2023) before heading to Nagoya (August 25, 2023 – September 18, 2023). Adult tickets cost 1500 yen and can be purchased at the door or online (Japanese). More information can be found on the official site (Japanese).
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