A special Digimon Adventure exhibition will be held soon.
Digimon Adventure: The Real World will be held at the Laforet Museum Harajuku. The museum is the entire 6th floor of the Laforet Harajuku department store (they use the term department store, but most of us in the west would likely recognize it as being something more akin to a mall.)
Beginning on May 3rd and ending on May 14th the event will be effectively 'Digimon Adventure' in "The Real World" (hence the title.)
Digimon Adventure: The Real World will contain various scenes from Digimon Adventure reproduced physically in the museum. These will also include photo spots for fans.
The event will be open between 11am and 9pm each day (with no more people allowed in once it's 8pm.)
Advance tickets will be on sale beginning April 8th at 10am via Lawson using L Code 39500.
Advance ticket costs:
With Commemorative Items: Adults- 3,000 yen, Middle/High School Students- 2,500 yen
Normal Tickets: Adults- 1,500 yen, Middle/High School Students-1,000 yen
Tickets at the door:
With Commemorative Items: Adults- 3,300 yen, Middle/High School Students- 2,800 yen
Normal Tickets: Adults- 1800 yen, Middle/High School Students-1,300 yen
The Commemorative items for those who want them will be a medal and a wristband of currently unknown designs (tickets with commemorative items may not always be sold at the door based on current stock levels.)
No price is listed for elementary school aged and younger because they get in free! But they do have to be accompanied by someone older.
Merchandise to be sold at the event will be announced at a later date.
Event planning is by Toei in collaboration with Bandai and Bandai Namco Entertainment and the event is sponsored by GG7.
Up above is the key art for the exhibition/event, but we also have it super clean without the background bits.
More details to come soon!
Update- Director Kakudou (who of course directed both Adventure and 02) posted a photo to Twitter.
He's commented that it looks interesting and that he is looking forward to it.
Based on him flipping through various papers clipped together having to do with 'The Real World' you have to wonder if he's involved in some way, or just been asked to look over some of what they are doing.
Update- Lawson has put up a page for the event on their ticket site, along with some information (most of it we knew, but it's a bit cleaned up.)
The event space is divided into various areas, including exhibits that recreate different scenes [from the show] and photo-taking spots where you can take pictures with the characters. Look forward to designs drawn by Kenji Watanabe as well. Not only that, many original goods specific to this event and products with art specially drawn for the event will be on sale. This exhibition can be enjoyed by not only children, but adults who have watched the original series when it aired, bringing back fond memories!
Advance tickets can be purchased for any date of the exhibit, but will only be sold between April 8th and May 2nd. You can also pick what time you want the tickets to be for- 11:10am, 1pm, 3pm, or 5pm.