JJBA Event at Skytree Will Start in May 2022

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Visitors to the Tokyo Skytree will be able to have a bizarre experience with the upcoming JJBA collaboration. During the collaboration period, you will be able to see JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure decorations, goods, and cafe menu items. The event will run from May 10, 2022, until August 9, 2022.

The official website for the Tokyo Skytree has a little map that shows what you can expect on each floor. It will span floors 445 to 450. Attractions include a hallway of the JJBA anime’s history, as well as a room where you can re-experience iconic fights. This will include voice lines as well. There is also a photo spot of Jolyne, with LED lighting replacing the strings that make up her Stand, Stone Free.

Aside from Jolyne, there is also a photo service in which you can take a picture with your favorite character and Stand. The first picture will cost 1,900 JPY, a set of two will cost 3,000 JPY, and any photos after that will be 1,000 JPY. If you wish only to take a picture and not purchase any photos, then it’s free.

Skytree will offer an array of dishes and drinks that take inspiration from JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure. For example, there is Jotaro’s Ora Ora Omurice (1,500 JPY), as well as Jolyne’s Odango Ice Cream Cake Plate (1,500 JPY). The ice cream cake has lychee syrup whipped cream forming a spiderweb pattern. There is also a hot cafe mocha featuring six villains, each with one of their lines. Which villain you get is random and it will cost 850 JPY.

The JJBA Skytree collaboration event will start on May 10, 2022, and end on August 9, 2022. JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean will resume on Netflix in Fall 2022.

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