Attack on Titan Museum in Japan

The event called ‘Shingeki no Hita’ or ‘Attack on Hita’ started recently to celebrate the super popular series Attack on Titan.

May 16, 2021

The event called ‘Shingeki no Hita’ or ‘Attack on Hita’ started recently to celebrate the super popular series Attack on Titan (進撃の巨人) and the town of the manga’s author Hajime Isayama (諫山創). As part of the special event, a new Shingeki no Kyojin Museum has opened up, displaying never-before-seen drafts and sketches from Isayama-sensei himself and is a must-see for super fans. Fan-favorite characters; Eren, Armin Mikasa & Captain Levi have also been immortalized as bronze statues which make for unmissable photo spots!

Using the dedicated ‘Attack on HIta’ app, you can also participate in a whole host of interactive AR games that bring scenes from the manga into the real world. To help you join in the experience for yourselves, we spent two days traveling around Japan’s southern island of Kyushu to check out all these different locations and bring you Attack on Titan in Real Life!

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“Attack on Titan in HITA Museum”
Location: Mizube no Sato Oyama Rest Area, 4106 Oyamamachi Nishioyama, Hita City, Oita Prefecture, Japan
Business Hours: Weekdays 9:00 – 16:30 / Weekends & Holidays 9:30 – 17:00
Admission: Free

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