Following the success of the Attack on Titan Exhibit at the Ueno Royal Museum last winter, the exhibit and the Titans are moving down to Kyushu just in time for summer vacation.

Although it mostly remains the same as the one shown earlier in Tokyo, this time around the exhibit includes extra shots of the Titans out and about exploring some of the southern island’s most famous tourist spots. Apparently even Titans need a break from attacking and devouring mankind every now and then!

It’s a common complaint that many of Japan’s latest and greatest attractions can only be experienced in Tokyo or some of the bigger metropolitan cities located on the main island. Not this time as the Titans make their way down south to show some love for Kyushu, Japan’s southern-most island, and give fans of the series something to rave about while they wait for the upcoming live action film release later this year.

From the beginning of August, those visiting the The Oita Prefectural Art Museum (OPAM) have a chance to catch the Attack on Titan Exhibit WALL OITA, featuring art and items inspired by the series along with a giant, real-looking Titan.


And while they’re at it, the Titans didn’t miss an opportunity to visit and promote some of the best places the island of Kyushu has to offer! Judging by their antics below, it would seem these big baddies have a sense of humor after all!

▼ Impersonating Moai at the Sun Messe Nichinan, Miyazaki Prefecture

▼Catching up on some Japanese Yayoi period history at Yoshinogari Ruins, Saga Prefecture


▼Trying on the Meganebashi for size, Nagasaki Prefecture


▼ Posing behind Fukuoka Tower, Fukuoka Prefecture

▼ Wading in the ocean outside of Sakurajima, Kagoshima Prefecture

▼ Giving a mighty roar next to Kumamoto Castle, Kumamoto Prefecture


▼ Dashing to Beppu Hot Springs, Oita Prefecture


A trip to Kyushu a little out of your budget? For those of you on the main island that missed the original exhibit in Tokyo, you still have a chance to catch it in Osaka after it wraps up in Oita. Tickets for both exhibits can be purchased via the Loppi machine found at any Lawson convenience store, among other participating convenience stores.

It might be wishful thinking, but we hope the Titans eventually make it around to all 47 prefectures for a feature spot.

Exhibit info
Attack on Titan Exhibit WALL OITA
Oita Prefectural Art Museum (大分市寿町2-1) 展示室A1階 (Google Maps)
Period: August 1, 2015 (Sat.) – August 30, 2015 (Sun.)
Time: Monday – Thursday, 10:00 to 19:00 and Friday – Saturday, 10:00 to 20:00 (entry permitted up until one hour before closing)
Website: Official Website

Source: Netorabo
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Insert images: Attack on Titan Exhibit Official Website,  Netorabo