Attack on Titan creator Hajime Isayama is originally from Hita City, Oita Prefecture, and the city likes to show its love for his creations. After unveiling statues of Eren, Mikasa and Armin near their dam, the city has opened an Attack on Titan museum.
The museum opened its doors to visitors on Saturday. It doesn’t cost anything to go in, and museum goers are treated to original drawings, earlier artwork from Hajime Isayama, and plenty of Titan imagery. Though the museum is free of charge, the idea behind it is to get more tourism into the area. And since it turns out the final Attack on Titan season isn’t so final, plenty of fans will need something to do until the series ends.
Source: Kyoto News
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