At Tokyo Dome City (Bunkyo-Ku, Tokyo), an urban amusement park, the event “Yumemiru ♡ Amusement Park in Tokyo Dome City Attractions” will be held in collaboration with “Movie Delicious Party ♡ Pretty Cure ♡ Children’s Lunch!” to be released on September 23rd. It will be held for a limited time from August 27th to October 30th. This news has Pretty Cure fans boiling.
Currently, the anime “Delicious Party ♡ Precure,” which is currently being broadcast on ABC TV and TV Asahi, is the 19th work in the series that depicts the main characters Cure Precious (Yui Kazumi) and others working to protect their “delicious smiles.” It is famous not only among children but also among adults.
The movie version of “Movie Delicious Party ♡ Precure-” is set in the children’s lunch theme park “Dreamy,” and at this event, you can feel the world view of the movie at the actual amusement park (at the same place). It is said that In addition to the stamp rally and mini-game corner where you can get novelties using visuals drawn exclusively for the event, there is also the sale of collaboration food that can only be tasted here. The event details will be announced at 3:00 pm on the 23rd.
On SNS, Pretty Cure fans said, “I want to go!!!”, “The area around Korakuen is hot this fall…”, “This is the guy who has no choice but to go,” “I want to go with my daughter,” and “Collaborating with Pretty Cure at Tokyo Dome City.” “Isn’t this the first time?” “When you think of Tokyo Dome City, you have the image of Kamen Riders and the Sentai series, but Pretty Cure is also here.”
Some people are excited about the visuals that have been released, saying, “Wow! The pictures are cute!” I’m also curious about the goods information, etc.” and looking forward to the event.
A user who seems to live in a rural area expressed disappointment, saying, “I can’t go to Tokyo…I wanted to go…tears.” The event of the previous work “Tropical ~ Ju! Pretty Cure,” was held in Odaiba, so voices were saying, “It’s Tokyo every time, following last year’s Joypolis (one of the venues).”