Anyone who has attended the live-action, I mean live Attack on Titan Special Events would know of the brevity that extends in a place where all the casts, producers, creative executives, and musicians behind the world of Attack on Titan gather. Youtube is awash with fans bumbling into the comment section of their favorite Attack on Titan openings’ live performance videos. Today we dance in waiting and anticipation of the Attack On Titan Special Event 2022, due on November 13.
Attack on Titan Manga still needs an anime adaptation to tell its ending
Attack on Titan Final Season SPECIAL EVENT is scheduled for November 14th!
— AnimeTV チェーン (@animetv_jp) October 19, 2021
When Attack on Titan Final Season came out almost everyone expected it to be, well, the final. As odds turned out it was revealed at the end of Attack on Titan Final Season Part 2 that part 3 is in due process. While fans had already anticipated a possible Movie to conclude Shingeki No Kyojin’s notorious legacy, part 2 was completely unexpected.
The Special Event will commemorate Hajime Isayama’s Attack On Titan manga to which the 3rd part is due for adaptation. The Attack on Titan Special Event 2022 will take place in Tokyo’s Tachikawa Stage Garden.
What is the Attack on Titan Final Season Special Event about?
- Attack on Titan’s official Japanese website revealed that the anime’s final season will host a Special Fall Event. The Twitter handle of Attack on Titan anime also posted an update with a promotional video. The PV was soon released on Youtube following that.
How will the event commence?
Attack on Titan Final Season SPECIAL EVENT 2022 will be held in two parts with the first half commencing in the afternoon. TV Announcer Chiaki Matsuzawa will reprise the role of hosting the entire event.
- The first part will be an orchestra concert that will feature the composer Kohta Yamamoto. The ending-theme performers for the final season Yuko Ando and Ai Higuchi will also join the musical ensemble.
- The second part is due to be set for an evening schedule. This second part will feature the final season’s voice actor panel. So far the following cast has been confirmed to make an appearance in the Attack on Titan Final Season Special Event.
Will the cast be joining fans in the Attack on Titan Final Season Special Event?
This isn’t Attack on Titan’s first Special Event. Their prior special events have been done throughout the span of the run of the anime series. Such past endeavors always included orchestral performances and live voice-acting sessions by the casts.
- Yuki Kaji (Eren)
- Yui Ishikawa (Mikasa)
- Marina Inoue (Armin)
- Kisho Taniyama (Jean)
- Hiro Shimono (Connie)
- Romi Park (Hange)
- Ayane Sakura (Gabi)
How to attend Attack on Titan Final Season Special Event?
To watch the special event, one will have to travel all the way to Tokyo. There, Tokyo’s Tachikawa Stage Garden will host the event. The opening time for the same is 12:00 and the show shall commence start from 13:00 JST.
How to travel from the United States?
Attack on Titan Final Season Special Event is happening on November 13, 2022. A new illustration was released to commemorate the same. pic.twitter.com/sxmr5obybg
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Although a world tour is unlikely and not planned as of now, that shouldn’t stop you if you’re enthusiastic about visiting Japan. US Citizens can freely travel to Japan, and we already covered how to travel to the country here. Last month Japan opened its borders for a visa-free visit for tourists globally.
- In what can be considered the lenient border opening after a few of the harshest nationwide COVID measures, Japan is all set for tourism.
- In a report, Japan’s Kyodo News also informs that the state no longer enforces a 50,000 cap and ended the tourist restrictions of having to travel in groups. Meaning you can wander around alone if you have to.
What about the return back home?
As of June 12, 2022, the CDC has confirmed that negative COVID-19 test results are no longer mandatory for travel to Japan. Documentation showing recovery of the same is also not required prior to boarding a flight back to the United States.
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