Square Enix is no stranger to decorating the busy Shinjuku Station that sees over a million passersby daily. Last time it got an event for Kingdom Hearts’ 15th anniversary, and now one for Kingdom Hearts III.
The new display is located at the Metro Promenade at the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line in Shinjuku, where it’ll be available through July 1.
Here’s a closer look at the display courtesy 4Gamer:
Additionally, there’s a little something fans can take home with the “Memorial Leaflets” based on the videos of stories connected to Kingdom Hearts III:
These leaflets are based on Square Enix’s summary videos called “Stories related to III” and feature quotes and artwork from Kingdom Hearts. The leaflets are being distributed everyday for the event at 10:00am, 2:00pm, 5:00pm, and 8:00pm JST.
However, it goes without saying does get pretty busy, especially during the 10:00am session as photographed.
Here’s a look at what’s inside one of the leaflets:
There are three different leaflets from each book, so a total of 15 for passing fans to collect.
While the Stories Connected to III videos have only released in Japanese so far, you can check them out below:
Episode 1: Departures – The Boy Who Found the Key and Opened the Door to Unseen Worlds
Episode II: Memories – The Witch Who Meddled with Memory and Learned Some Things Cannot Change
Episode III: Twilight – The Halves Who Longed to Be Whole and Whose Hurt Still Runs Deep
Episode IV: Dawn – The Boy Who Walked Toward Dawn and Discovered that Choices Matter
Episode V: Darkness – The Thirteen Seekers of Darkness and the Great Battle to Come
Kingdom Hearts III releases in Japan and Asia on January 25, 2019 and in North America and Europe in January 29, 2019 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Check our previous report for more from director Tetsuya Nomura who said there won’t be a Final Mix version or Season Pass, but the game will get more content via DLC.