Romancing SaGa - Saga Prefecture collaboration 10th anniversary event
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Romancing Saga 10th Anniversary Event Will Appear in Tokyo

Square Enix revealed that it will hold the “Romancing Saga” collaboration’s 10th anniversary event in Japan’s Tokyo and Saga prefectures in the latter half of 2024. This milestone will pertain to the collaboration between the Romancing SaGa game series and the actual Japanese prefecture Saga for sharing a similar name.

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When Square Enix first launched the collaboration in 2014, it held an event in Tokyo that managed to get a long queue of visitors. The company then gradually added more collaboration content in the Saga prefecture, such as utility hole covers in 2020 and train liveries in 2022.

The collaboration will come full circle with its 10th-anniversary event taking place in Tokyo again. People will be able to visit the Tokyo Midtown Hibiya Atrium to attend the event for three days from August 30, 2024, to September 1, 2024.

The first Romancing SaGa - Saga Prefecture event took place in Tokyo in 2014
Image courtesy of Square Enix

In addition, Square Enix will hold multiple events in the actual Saga prefecture in late 2024. It will hold a re-run of the exhibition at the Saga Prefectural Museum from November 30, 2024, to January 19, 2025. The company will also add Romancing SaGa decorations to the street between Saga Station’s north exit and the Saga Sunrise Park.

The event celebrating the 10th anniversary of the collaboration between Romancing SaGa and the Saga prefecture will launch in Japan’s capital city Tokyo from August 30, 2024, to September 1, 2024. Square Enix will also hold more events in the Saga Prefecture in late 2024.

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