This may just be the first stop in the exhibition’s five-city tour but it has already generated a lot of buzz since it not only features a 2 meter statue of Goddess Madoka but life-size statues of the five magical girls.
The witch Charlotte greets the guests at the entrance with her mouth wide open… don’t worry, you won’t end up like Mami.
Storyboards from the anime were also displayed as well as several other artworks.
And of course, the two meter Goddess Madoka statue, also known as Ultimate Madoka, Godoka or Madokami.
The cafe portion also offers some rare Madoka sights which include these life-size statues of Madoka, Homura, Mami, Sayaka and Kyouko.
The cafe served up some scrumptious meals and drinks that will certainly whet your palettes. The menu includes the Charlotte candy curry as well as some drinks which are based on the anime’s characters.
The exhibition starts today, October 19 and ends November 4. They will then hit the road as they travel to visit Osaka, Nagoya, Sapporo and Fukuoka. This is all to promote the upcoming Madoka Magica: The Rebellion Story which will premiere in Japanese theaters on October 26, 2013.
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