In the name of the Moon, rejoice! An entire museum exhibition dedicated to Sailor Moon is on its way to Tokyo, Japan. An official Sailor Moon Exhibition website has kicked off to count down and celebrate what’s to come.
The exhibit is joining the Tokyo City View Observation Deck Sky Gallery in Roppongi Hills. Kick off for the exhibit begins on April 16th and ends on June 19th. Ticket holders can look forward to exhibitions featuring the art from the manga, show, and comic series. The adjacent Museum Cafe and Restaurant have plans to collaborate with the theme to introduce special Sailor Moon themed food and drinks. That Tuxedo Mask spaghetti is looking pretty appetizing, wouldn’t you agree?
Premium advance ticket holders will also get a special gift. The “Small Lady Set” is a recreation of a gift package given to readers of Nakayoshi magazine who entered into a special contest during both October and September 1993. It includes a Secret Key pendant, a Magical Mirror key chain, and comes wrapped together in a Chibiusa Power Up Pouch. Premium tickets will also include entry into the nearby Mori Museum. This special package will be on sale for or 2,800 yen, or around $25 USD.
If you’re not into the Small Lady Set, you will be able to choose the design of the ticket from illustrations on the covers of the newly republished Sailor Moon comics. These will only put you back about 1,800 yen, or around $16 USD, and are only available if you order them in advance.
Tickets and more information are available online at the Sailor Moon Exhibition website, along with an outline of all of the different items that will be up for grabs at the event. You can also follow along with announcements at their official Twitter account, @sailormoon_ex.
Images sourced from the Sailor Moon Exhibition website.
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