Life-size moving Gundam, 1-year extension ‘Kimetsu no Yaiba’ world tour screening revenue 2.63 billion yen

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“Anime 1 Week” summarizes the anime news of the week. This time (February 19 to 25th), we have information that the opening period of GUNDAM FACTORY YOKOHAMA (Naka Ward, Yokohama City) will be extended by one year, and “World Tour Screening ‘Kimetsu no Yaiba’ First Quarter Gathering and Heading to the Village of Swordsmiths.” The topic that the box office revenue recorded about 2.637 billion yen attracted attention.

On February 19, the original is based on Aka Akasaka, the manga author ” Kaguya-sama wants to tell you ~ Genius’ love brain battle ~” and the popular manga drawn by Mengo Yokoyari, such as ” Kuzu no Honkai. ” It turned out that the music unit “YOASOBI” will be in charge of the opening theme (OP) for the TV anime “[Oshi no Ko].” The title of the OP is “Idol,” and it was produced based on the novel written by the original author Akasaka for the song. 3

On the 19th, the third season of the TV anime “That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime (Tensura),” which was born from a famous light novel on the novel posting site “Let’s become a novelist,” will be broadcast on NTV from the spring of 2024. I found out. It was also announced that the project “Tensura 10th (Tense) Project” will start to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the original serialization. In addition to producing a new original animation, the same work will be staged for the first time and performed in August.

On the 20th, the theater screening project of the animation “Kimetsu no Yaiba,” which is based on Koyoharu Gotoge’s manga, “World Tour Screening” Kimetsu no Yaiba “First Quarter Gathering, and the village of swordsmiths. It turned out that the box office revenue of “To” recorded about 2.637 billion yen. The number of spectators has been a hit, recording approximately 1,874,000 people.

On the 20th, it was revealed that the opening period of GUNDAM FACTORY YOKOHAMA, which has a full-scale moving Gundam with a height of about 18 meters, will be extended by one year. It was scheduled to be open until March 31, 2023, but will be available until March 31, 2024. In response to requests from people who could not come to the venue due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection, it was decided to extend it after consultation with the city of Yokohama and other parties concerned.

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