Evangelion Crossing Expo returns to Tokyo in September 2024
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Evangelion Crossing Expo Will Return to Tokyo in 2024

A long-running Evangelion expo series will make its return to the city where it all started. Khara has announced that it will hold a new Evangelion Crossing Expo in Tokyo from mid-September 2024 to October 2024. The venue will be different though, as the company will hold it at the Roppongi Museum instead of Shibuya Hikarie. [Thanks, Game Watch!]

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Evangelion Crossing Expo is a series of exhibitions that display numerous works and products derived from the anime series. The collection ranges from figures of characters and EVA units to pachinko machines and vehicle liveries.

The first-ever expo in the series launched in Tokyo at Shibuya Hikarie in July 2022. Since then, Khara held successive expos in Osaka in December 2022, Fukuoka in April 2023, Akita in July 2023, Niigata in December 2023, and Nagoya in February 2024. As of this announcement, the company is preparing to hold the next expo that will take place in Aomori at New’s Hall from July 6, 2024, to September 1, 2024.

However, Khara will not end the expo series with the return to Tokyo. The company has confirmed that it will hold another expo in Shizuoka at the Shimizu Cultural Center Marinart from December 2024 to January 2025. The company has also stated its intention to add even more cities across Japan to the list in the future.

The Evangelion Crossing Expo will re-appear in Tokyo at the Roppongi Museum from September 13, 2024, to October 22, 2024.

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