One Piece Emotion Exhibition for anime 25th anniversary
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One Piece Emotion Tickets Will Include Exclusive Figure

Shueisha revealed that it will start selling tickets for the One Piece Emotion exhibition on May 18, 2024. Some of the tickets will also come with an exclusive Monkey D. Luffy figure.

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The figure in question will be a World Collectable Figure featuring Luffy in his Gear 5 appearance. The exclusive edition will have the One Piece Emotion exhibition logo on the front plate.

Gear 5 Luffy World Collectable Figure exclusive version from One Piece Emotion Exhibition tickets
Image courtesy of Shueisha

Advance tickets will be available for sale at a slight discount from May 18, 2024, to August 11, 2024. Children from three years old to the final elementary school grade will be able to purchase the Children tickets, while junior high school students and older people will have to get the Adult tickets.

Here is the full advance ticket pricing list:

  • Adults (without figure): ¥2,800
  • Children (without figure): ¥1,300
  • Adults (with figure): ¥5,000
  • Children (with figure): ¥3,500

Shueisha will also sell on-site tickets for the whole duration of the exhibition from August 12, 2024, to September 1, 2024. However, people will have to add an extra ¥200 to each tier from the advance ticket prices.

The One Piece Emotion exhibition will take place at the Shinjuku Sumitomo Building Triangle Square from August 12, 2024, to September 1, 2024. Shueisha will hold the exhibition right after the One Piece Day 2024 event at Makuhari Messe on August 10-11, 2024.

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