The contents of the museum are now part of the new traveling exhibition — comprised of original costumes, guitars, and other personal effects.
The light show starts a 7PM every night, and has shows every half hour until 9PM.
Tickets are at JPY 1200 via Ticket PIA or JPY 1500 at the gate. The show runs until 1st September 2013.
Undoubtedly the current biggest attraction (and the one with the longest lines at two and a half hours) is the new renovated Star Tours
Tokyo Sky Tree is the tallest structure in Japan at 634 metres.
Attending new events are always a revelation, and we just love how Japan’s WCS Finals turned out.
Featuring both Business and Pubic Days, the exhibition occupies three sprawling halls at the infamous Tokyo Big Sight.
Merchants sell a mix of anime goods and handmade items, and it’s a great way to pick up a figure or two at bargain prices.
If you’re lucky, you might even witness a Japanese wedding.
Diver City in particular has a collection of souvenir shops that has few rivals.
For you budding doujinka, Tokyu Hands Ikebukuro also has a vast array of artists tools made especially for creating manga.