On November 26th, the long-awaited and twice-delayed closing chapter of the Eureka Seven: Hi-Evolution science-fiction anime film trilogy will finally be released in Japanese movie theaters. Eureka: Eureka Seven: Hi-Evolution (『EUREKA/交響詩篇エウレカセブン ハイエボリューション』Eureka: Kōkyōshihen Eureka Sebun: Haieboryūshon) focuses on the story of an older Eureka, who no longer has her powers, as she protects a mysterious girl who looks like her and has the ability to connect to the alien Scub Coral.

On the film's opening day, November 26th, and continuing until December 12th, there will be a shopping campaign and goods lottery in collaboration with 30 stores. Moreover, fans of the award-winning Eureka Seven anime series that began in 2005 and spawned spinoff manga, anime series, and film adaptations won't want to miss an exhibition featuring valuable production materials covering the past 15 years of Eureka Seven, as well as three-dimensional objects that can only be seen here!

Shopping Campaign and Goods Lottery

  • Period: 11/26 - 12/12
  • Stores: 30 stores in Akihabara (see website for details)
  • Campaign in collaboration with 30 stores
  • Stickers with lottery tickets will be given away for purchases of 1,000 yen or more
  • Big lottery with gorgeous prizes!
  • You can win movie posters, exhibition tickets, or postcards

Eureka: Hi-Exhibition

  • Period: 11/26 - 12/12
  • Venue: Volks Akihabara Hobby Tengoku 2, 7F, special hall (Google Map)
  • Hours: Weekdays 11:00-19:00 / Weekends and holidays 10:00-19:00 (last admission 18:00)
  • Admission fee: 1,000 yen (tax included)
  • Original works inspired by Eureka and created by five contemporary Japanese artists (see below)
  • Production materials such as setting materials, original drawings, and scripts
  • Special sales corner: Limited-edition items based on the artists' works and other Eureka-related products.

Featured artists

For all the details on the campaign, lottery and exhibition, visit the special website here (Japanese only).

By - grape Japan editorial staff.