The TOEI Kyoto Studio Park, Kyoto Railway Museum, and Randen will hold a collaborative event with a TV animation “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba”, from December 26th, 2020 to March 14th, 2021. The “Yaiba Kyo no Oshigoto” which was very successful last year will gain even more power.
In addition to Randen who will operate the original collaborative train like in the previous event, Kyoto Railway Museum will also become a venue. We will hold, “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train”, a collaborative event between Tanjiro and a steam locomotive in collection and items in exhibition along with an event where visitors can feel as if they got into the world of “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba”. The scale of the event will be expanded to a total of three venues to warm up the winter in Kyoto.
At the TOEI Kyoto Studio Park, the following will be exhibited, a reenactment set of the animation where visitors can feel as though they become one of characters, photographs of captured scenes from the animation, and so on.
◆Reenactment set of the animation ・ Exhibition of photographs of captured scenes from the animation
Film art staff members from the TOEI Kyoto Studio Park will be in charge of the reenactment set of the animation which enables visitors to get into the world of the TV animation, “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba”, by looking back on the history of Tanjiro’s demon slaying and memorable scenes. Voluminous photographs of captured scenes will be exhibited as well. Tanjiro will guide you through the exhibition with an original voice.
◆Japanese Festival Games
You can play Japanese festival games on the 1st floor of the Padios at the TOEI Kyoto Studio Park. You could win original novelty goods! Don’t miss out the goods you can only get at the festival games!
Original goods and collaborative menu exclusive to the TOEI Kyoto Studio Park will also be available.
Upon hosting of this event, exclusive illustrations will make an appearance. Five characters, Tanjiro, Nezuko, Zenitsu, Inosuke, and Rengoku, will be dressed in Taisho romanticism style to match the theme of this event that traces back the locus of demon slaying while strolling through the streets of Kyoto. The detailed design of costumes, kimonos and obis inspired by images of characters, is worthy of your attention. Mini-characters illustration, in which 18 characters in all including Hashiras along with the 5 main characters ramble through Kyoto, will be created as well. A number of original goods will also make an appearance to warm up the event.
<Official website> https://www.toei-eigamura.com/kimetsu
<Official Twitter> @kimetsu_Kyoto
<Event Schedule> Saturday, December 26th, 2020 ~ Sunday, March 14th, 2021.
<Venues for the event> TOEI Kyoto Studio Park, Kyoto Railway Museum, Randen Line; “Shijō-Ōmiya Station”, “Arashiyama Station”.