Colossal Titan Invades Shibuya Ahead of Attack on Titan Anime Finale

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The hype for Attack on Titan is reaching a fever pitch with the finale finally set to release this weekend. Ahead of its broadcast, Attack on Titan invaded Shibuya with a massive Colossal Titan exhibit that is a must-see for fans in Tokyo.

As one of Tokyo’s biggest downtown districts, Shibuya is the perfect place to set up a promo exhibit. Fans need to go there ASAP though, as it will only be open until tomorrow, November 4.

This exhibition isn’t the only way that Attack on Titan is hyping up the finale. The anime recently announced a 24-hour lineup of programs and events that will lead up to the last episode.

24 Hours of Attack on Titan Content Coming Tomorrow

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After a decade, the Attack on Titan anime is finally ending with The Final Season Part 4. To further promote the finale and to celebrate the entire series, an impressive lineup of content was announced.

The complete 24-hour content schedule was revealed via the show’s official X (formerly Twitter) account. There, the special programs and in-person events were listed along with their start times.

Kicking things off is a special video that will be released on YouTube on November 4 at midnight Japan time. This will be followed by various programs on platforms such as ABEMA.

There will also be more in-person events, including the unveiling of an Attack on Titan jet in Kitakyushu, along with the Shibuya 109 store event.

After the finale’s broadcast, the celebration will continue with an afterparty that will be open online to fans from all over the world.

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Colossal Titan Invades Shibuya 109 to Promote Finale

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As for the Shibuya exhibit, there’s currently a Colossal Titan balloon located at Shibuya 109, one of the most popular malls in the area that overlooks the iconic Shibuya Scramble Crossing.

Fans can not only take photos with the Colossal Titan, but they can also collect limited edition stickers and watch the finale’s preview video.

Unlike other anime exhibits, this one will only be open from November 3-4, 2023. This means fans in Tokyo only have one more day to see it.

This isn’t the first time that Attack on Titan invades Shibuya. To promote The Final Season Part 3, the anime also held special events in the area, including a collab with Spotify.

Attack on Titan: The Final Season Part 4 will be released in Japan on November 5. The finale will also be streamed in the US and other selected regions on Crunchyroll.

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