Dragon Quest Is Getting An Awesome Attraction Experience Museum For Its 30th Anniversary

By Sato . February 15, 2016 . 1:30am


The Dragon Quest series is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, and Square Enix has big plans, including an awesome “Dragon Quest Museum” attraction experience, with all kinds of themed events and goodies.



The Dragon Quest Museum event is a real-life experience event that will take place from July 24 until September 11 at the Shibuya Hikarie skyscraper located in the Shibuya shopping district of Tokyo, Japan. It’ll run from 10:00AM through 10:00PM during the course of the event.


The theme behind it is “A new world of Dragon Quest,” with the concept of having fans experience the different worlds from the series ranging from the very first Dragon Quest to the latest in Dragon Quest X.


At the event, there will be all kinds of attractions, such as a food court that is made into the Monster Park where you’ll get to meet monsters, premium goods that will be sold exclusively at the event’s bazaar area, a hero vs. demon lord battle movie on a giant screen, and more.


If you’re wondering about some of the iconic attractions that represent titles from the series, there will be a display of Ertrick’s armor that was crafted by Japanese swordsmiths, a flying castle display from the Zenithia series of Dragon Quest IV, V, and VI, along with a diorama of the heavens.


There will also be a “Stone Fragment Puzzle” event for Dragon Quest VII, a “Super High Tension Experience” for Dragon Quest VIII, and angels from Dragon Quest IX. The event sounds like it’ll be pretty cool, and you can expect to see a future report on some pictures or footage for the event when it begins this July in Japan.

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