The Attack on Titan exhibition took over Tokyo in 2014, followed by stops in Oita, Osaka, and Taipei. The exhibit is currently running in Sapporo until May 25 with exhibits unique to the location.

Outside is a smaller-sized, but still grotesque, titan to greet visitors.


Inside, among the standard displays, is a model of the Colossal Titan attacking a snowy city. A larger version made of snow was first shown at the Sapporo Snow Festival in February.


A wood carving of a Titan with a mouth full of fish titled “Salmon Titan” mixed the manga with one of the area’s major exports.


A giant display of pages from Hajime Isayama‘s manga replaces the dialogue with Hokkaido dialect.


The Attack on Titan Exhibition will move on from Sapporo and beyond Japan and head to Italy in July.

[Via Nijimen]

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