Relive the World of “Frieren: Beyond Journey’s End”! Even Mimic Chest Cookies Are Adorable!


The special exhibition “Anime Frieren: Beyond Journey’s End Exhibition – A Story that Begins After the Adventure Ends” has revealed its key visual, highlights of the exhibition, goods, and ticket information.

The special exhibition themed around the wildly popular anime “Frieren: Beyond Journey’s End,” which airs every Friday on the nationwide network of Nippon Television, will be held from Thursday, April 25th, 2024, to Sunday, May 12th, 2024, at the Sunshine City Exhibition Hall C in Ikebukuro.

“Frieren: Beyond Journey’s End” is originally a manga serialized in “Weekly Shonen Sunday” (Shogakukan), created by Yamada Kanehito (story) and Abe Tsukasa (art). The story is set in the world “after” the demon lord was defeated by the hero and his party, focusing on the journey of the immortal mage Frieren, who had fought alongside the hero against the demon lord, and the new people she meets along the way. The manga captures the hearts of many readers with its dramatic narrative and lines that resonate deeply, battles with magic and swords, and moments filled with humor, all woven together by the characters. The manga series has surpassed a cumulative total of 17 million copies in print and won several awards, including the “Manga Taisho 2021” Grand Prize and the “New Creator Prize” at the 25th Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize, creating a whirlwind among manga fans.

The exhibition offers a must-see content for fans, with large-scale displays that recreate various iconic scenes from the currently airing anime “Frieren: Beyond Journey’s End,” impressive video productions, and photo spots with popular characters, allowing visitors to enjoy the world of the work from various angles.

Ahead of the exhibition, the first public unveiling of the event’s key visual, highlights of the exhibition, and ticket information are introduced.

This special exhibition allows visitors to relive the various journeys taken by Frieren and her companions. From the farewell to the hero’s party and travels with new companions to confrontations with fateful demons and the trials faced during the first-class mage exam, the exhibition is packed with displays and mechanisms that allow visitors to rediscover the allure of various episodes from the anime “Frieren: Beyond Journey’s End.”

The “Prologue” section features the hero Himmel and his companions triumphantly returning to the royal capital after defeating the demon lord. As each reflects on the ten years of adventure and contemplates their future lives, the elf Frieren, without indulging in sentimentality, sets off again in pursuit of magical research. Fifty years later, for the sake of a promise with her companions, Frieren returns to the royal capital, which triggers her embarkation on a new journey.
This area reflects on the journey with Himmel and others, set against a backdrop of a sky filled with half-century (Era) meteors.

The “Chapter 1: The Beginning of a New Adventure” section follows Frieren after Himmel’s death, as she decides to “learn more about humans” and embarks on a new journey. It revisits her life with the cleric Heiter, who fought the demon lord alongside her, encounters with her apprentice Fern, and Stark, the apprentice of Eisen who was also a former companion and warrior. This area features a photo spot with a statue of Himmel surrounded by the flowers of his hometown, the blue moon grass.

“Chapter 2: Frieren’s Funeral Procession” focuses on Frieren and her companions confronting demons that deceive and prey on humans. This section revisits battles with demons directly under the demon lord, including “Aura of the Guillotine,” through dynamic video presentations. The reason why Frieren is called “Frieren of the Funeral Procession” is explored here.

“Chapter 3: The Monk and the Mirror Lotus” looks back at encounters with a variety of characters who join the party along the way, including the monk Zain, martial monk Craft, and the dwarf warrior Elder Fol. Additionally, a photo spot with color objects brings back the beautiful memories between Frieren and Himmel.

“Chapter 4: The First-Class Mage Exam” reminisces about the episode of the first-class mage exam that Frieren and Fern faced in the magic city of Osterreich. Along with a variety of mages who participated in the exam, proceed through the “Ruins of the Fallen King,” the setting for the second exam, aiming for the deepest part!

In addition, there’s a corner where you can view the battle scenes with powerful video presentations and photo spots where you can take pictures with the weapons of Frieren and her companions, making for an exhibition full of highlights.

Furthermore, original goods such as character stickers (36 types in total), a random acrylic puzzle keychain set of two (14 types in total), famous scene acrylic stands (6 types in total), and print cookies in a mimic box are available for sale exclusively here.

Tickets will be available for sale as advantageous advance tickets from March 20, 2024 (Wednesday/holiday) 00:00 on “Asobiyu!” The special admission ticket includes an acrylic stand with a background postcard featuring the event key visual. The design allows for customization by replacing the postcard according to personal preference.

▲Bonus: Acrylic stand with background postcard

(C) Yamada Kanehito, Abe Tsukasa / Shogakukan / “Frieren: Beyond Journey’s End” Production Committee

“The Anime ‘Frieren: Beyond Journey’s End’ Exhibition – A Story that Begins after the Adventure Ends”

  • Duration: April 25, 2024 (Thursday) to May 12, 2024 (Sunday)
  • Opening Hours: 10:00 to 19:00 (Last admission at 18:30)
  • Venue: Sunshine City Exhibition Hall C, Ikebukuro
  • General (Middle school students and above): Same-day ticket 2,000 yen (tax included) / Advance ticket 1,800 yen (tax included)
  • Children (Elementary school students): Same-day ticket 1,500 yen (tax included) / Advance ticket 1,300 yen (tax included)
  • General (Middle school students and above): Same-day ticket 3,800 yen (tax included) / Advance ticket 3,600 yen (tax included)
  • Children (Elementary school students): Same-day ticket 3,300 yen (tax included) / Advance ticket 3,100 yen (tax included)

▲Character Stickers (36 types in total)

▲Print Cookies in a Mimic-Shaped Box

▲Famous Scene Acrylic Stands (6 types in total)

▲Random Acrylic Puzzle Keychain Set of Two (14 types in total)

☆Official Event Website

(C) Yamada Kanehito, Abe Tsukasa / Shogakukan / “Frieren: Beyond Journey’s End” Production Committee

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