Source: © PR Times, Inc. PERSONA5 the Animation EXHIBITION In Tokyo and Fukuoka, Artworks Book To Go On Sale 2019-05-09 Thu 2019-05-09 Thu Fans of Persona 5, the most critically acclaimed game in the long-lived Persona franchise, and its currently airing anime adaptation, Persona 5 the Animation, may be interested to learn that an exhibition will be held from May 10th to 27th in GALLERY X BY PARCO in Shibuya, Tokyo and from June 1st to 10th in Fukuoka Parco Shinkan B1 entitled "PERSONA5 the Animation EXHIBITION." If that isn't exciting enough, and especially consoling for fans who can't attend either exhibit, an artbook called "PERSONA5 the Animation: Artworks" will also go on sale from May 20th (with advance copies available exclusively from May 10th at the Tokyo exhibit) PERSONA5 the Animation EXHIBITION © PR Times, Inc. In addition to character reference materials and artwork like this giant original illustration panel of "Joker," Ren Amamiya and the twin wardens Caroline and Justine... © PR Times, Inc. ...the exhibition will have special photo spots where you can imagine you're a Persona-user, color illustrations on display, as well as video monitors playing clips from past series. Moreover, there will be a special announcement on the sequel game Persona5 Royal and visitors will get a chance to play Super Smash Bros. Ultimate for the Nintendo Switch (presumably with the version 3.0 patch installed so you can play as Joker). Goods Of course, no commercial exhibition worth your while would be complete without a nice selection of original goods, and this exhibition won't disappoint. You'll find everything from pins, A3 sized posters, T-shirts (short- and long-sleeved), stickers, post cards and plastic folders. Visitors will also receive one of 8 original illustration post cards (chosen at random) featuring one of the characters from the anime. See all the details on the exhibition page here. Information Name: PERSONA5 the Animation EXHIBITION Duration (Tokyo): May 10th to 27th Location (Tokyo): Shibuya GALLERY X BY PARCO Hours (Tokyo): 11:00 AM to 8:00 PM Price (Tokyo): 500 JPY Address (Tokyo): Parco Part 1 B1F, 15-1 Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo Wesbite (Tokyo): PERSONA5 the Animation EXHIBITION Duration (Fukuoka): June 1st to 10th Location (Fukuoka): Fukuoka Parco new annex Hours (Fukuoka): 10:00 AM to 8:30 PM Price (Fukuoka): 300 JPY Address (Fukuoka): 2 Chome-11-1 Tenjin, Chuo Ward, Fukuoka Wesbite (Fukuoka): PERSONA5 the Animation EXHIBITION PERSONA5 the Animation: Artworks Available in Japan from May 20th and in translated versions in the US and Europe from February 22, 2020, this comprehensive volume features character profiles, props profiles, background designs and visual illustrations (including never-before-seen illustrations) and contains not only works from Persona 5: the Animation but also from the special episode Dark Sun. It also includes an exclusive interview with the director Masashi Ishihama. © PR Times, Inc. © PR Times, Inc. © PR Times, Inc. © PR Times, Inc. © PR Times, Inc. Information Title (JP): PERSONA5 the Animation アートワークス Title (EN): PERSONA5 the Animation Material Book Format: B5 (257 mm X 182 mm), soft cover, 272 pages (full color) ISBN: 978-4-7562-5211-1 C0079 Reserve or buy online (in Japanese) here (On sale from May 20, 2019). Price (JP): 2,808 JPY Placeholder for Amazon.com page (US) (On sale from Feb. 22, 2020) Price (US): $39.95 Publisher: PIE International By - Ben K. Source:© PR Times, Inc. Tags: Anime / art exhibition / artbook / Atlus / Game / PARCO / Persona / Persona 5 / Persona 5 the Animation / PIE International / RPG grape Japan Art PERSONA5 the Animation EXHIBITION In Tokyo and Fukuoka, Artworks Book To Go On Sale Related Article Uniqlo releases summer “Demon Slayer” T-Shirts Collection Sailor Moon Theme Song Performed on Traditional Japanese Instruments Sounds Magical Artist Gives Classic Film Scenes Awesome Retro Anime Makeover Attack on Titan’s Biggest Nightmare is a Cup Noodle Titan Invasion Shibuya & Kyoto art cultures unite in “Asachill presents SHIBUYAGION- Group Exhibition” Amazing Japanese Cardboard Artist Transforms Old Boxes Into Tanks, Gundams, Space Ships, And More!