Disney Princess Exhibition in Japan 2021–2022
Disney Princess Exhibition “WHAT IS LOVE?” to be Held in Tokyo, Nagoya and Fukuoka
Disney is hosting a global festival “Ultimate Princess Celebration” to deliver surprise and joy, and various events and contents with the theme of “courage and kindness” will be available from 2021 spring to 2022 summer.
One of the events that Disney princess fans can not miss is Disney Princess Exhibition WHAT IS LOVE? which will be held in Shibuya, Tokyo this summer.
The concept of the exhibition is “WHAT IS LOVE?”. 12 princesses of Disney and Pixar movies (Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas, Mulan, Tiana, Rapunzel, Merida and Moana) have different personality, characteristic and beliefs. The exhibition introduces the character and the story of each princess as well as the love that makes them shine.
The exhibition consists of 6 areas and features various methods such as image, digital technology, sound and scent, which visitors can experience using all five senses. There is also an interactive content using the AR (Augmented Reality) technology. Besides, there is a merchandise shop offering exclusive items with the concept and the image of the exhibition.
The exhibition will take place at Shibuya Marui (OIOI) from late June to late July 2021, then it will be touring several cities in Japan including Nagoya (August 2021), Fukuoka (January to March 2022) and Osaka (2022 summer). Please check official website for more details about tickets and exhibit contents (https://princessexhibition.jp/).
-Disney Princess Exhibition WHAT IS LOVE?
Location: Shibuya Marui 7&8F
Date: 23 June to 29 July 2021
Location: JR Nagoya Takashimaya 10F
Date: 4 to 23 August 2021
Location: Fukuoka Asian Art Museum
Date: 2 January to 27 March 2022
Location: Daimaru Tokyo Store
Date: mid April to mid May 2022
Location: Daimaru Umeda Store
Date: July to August 2022
Date: 2022 Winter
Official Website: https://princessexhibition.jp/
Note: Dates and contents are subject to change, postponement, or cancellation without notice.
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