One Piece-themed exhibition opens in Hongqiao

(Chinadaily.com.cn) Updated: 2017-11-28


Over 200 manuscripts are on display at the One Piece-themed Exhibition held from Nov 18 to Jan 2018 in Shanghai's Hongqiao Central Business District. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]

Big fans of One Piece have been flocking to a special exhibition on the famous Japanese anime series since it opened at the Mugiware store in Hongqiao Central Business District, Shanghai on Nov 18.

The exhibition presents more than 200 manuscripts and 150 figures for enthusiastic visitors. It will run through January, 2018.

The 200 manuscripts cover almost all the classic settings from the anime, from the first episode to the latest one.

Admiring the manuscripts one by one, you may review the Japanese cartoon, with laughter, tears and thoughts all welling up in your heart.

The not-for-sale cute figures are really a torment for the show's fans, who long to take them home.

A 3-D theater will also screen a 3-D One Piece film every half hour from 10 am every day.

The best part for the exhibition is the experience zone for the mobile game One Piece Treasure Cruise. Classic plots in the original work are all restored for players to be part of Luffy's adventure.

There are no tickets for the One Piece exhibition. If you want to visit the exhibition, you must instead buy 200 yuan ($30) worth of products at the Mugiware Store. You can then enter the pavilion with a special gift voucher.

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