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Real-Life Story of Seasons Happens at Snow Park Yeti in Japan

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The Story of Seasons series is becoming real for a time, thanks to a special collaboration with a winter destination in Japan’s Shizuoka prefecture. A crossover event between Story of Seasons and Snow Park Yeti will have game-themed activities and events for fans to engage in. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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Formally called “Story of Seasons in Snow Park Yeti”, the event runs until March 26, 2023, the end of Japan’s winter season. Both indoor and outdoor activities are included in the program, to cater to fans who want to play in the snow and then come in from the cold. The events are targeted at families and children, though participants of all ages are welcome.

The activities include a stamp rally, where participants can visit different locations to track down lost farm animals. Stations set around the area will have Story of Seasons stickers and merchandise to obtain. There’s also a treasure hunt activity that involves digging in the snow for hidden goodies, including Story of Seasons merch, snacks, and other prizes. Finally, the Snow Park café will host a Story of Seasons menu with food themed after the series.

The food items include sheep-themed vegetable curry, cow’s milk potage soup, pudding made with chicken eggs, and rabbit-themed café au lait. Orders come with special themed drink coasters to collect.

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The Story of Seasons in Snow Park Yeti crossover event runs until March 26, 2023. Snow Park Yeti is located in Susono City in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. The next Story of Seasons game release is Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life, scheduled for a Summer 2023 debut on Switch, PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

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