Honkai Star Rail March 7th railway special event at Seibu train stations
Image courtesy of HoYoverse and Seibu Railway

Honkai: Star Rail First Anniversary Sends March 7th to Seibu Train Stations

A new Honkai: Star Rail first anniversary promotion starring the character March 7th has launched at some train stations in Japan’s Tokyo and Saitama prefectures on April 8, 2024. People living around the area can spot the character at Seibu Railway’s stations until May 10, 2024.

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A special video featuring March 7th is being broadcast regularly at all 80 Seibu stations across Tokyo and Saitama during the event period. Each station is playing the video in a 30-minute interval from 7:30 AM to 7:30 PM JST.

Seibu Railway is also decorating one of its train cars with Honkai: Star Rail characters. This train will go along the Seibu Ikebukuro Line that runs from Tokyo’s Ikebukuro Station to the Agano Station in Hannō, Saitama. People can also track this train’s exact location by downloading the Seibu Line app on Android and iOS devices.

Honkai Star Rail March 7th-branded train in Seibu Ikebukuro Line
Image courtesy of HoYoverse and Seibu Railway

This event appears as part of celebrations for the first anniversary of Honkai: Star Rail. HoYoverse first launched the game for PCs and mobile devices on April 26, 2023. It is also working with more Japanese companies to promote the anniversary in the country, ranging from the glasses brand Zoff to the convenience store chain Lawson.

The Honkai: Star Rail March 7th Railway Special Event will run at Seibu train stations until May 10, 2024.

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