Attack On Titan Statues Are Eating Japanese Tourists

Attack on Titan Statues Are Eating Japanese Tourists

At least they will have photos to remember this moment.

Near Universal Studios Japan's Attack on Titan attraction, there are Eren Titan and Female Titan statues. I checked them out during a press preview this week.

Attack on Titan Statues Are Eating Japanese Tourists
Attack on Titan Statues Are Eating Japanese Tourists
Attack on Titan Statues Are Eating Japanese Tourists

They really tower over everything in this park of the park. The Eren Titan measures 15 meters (49 feet), and the Female Titan is 14 meters (46 feet).

Attack on Titan Statues Are Eating Japanese Tourists
Attack on Titan Statues Are Eating Japanese Tourists

There's also a photo-op spot where you can get eaten by a Titan.

Attack on Titan Statues Are Eating Japanese Tourists
Attack on Titan Statues Are Eating Japanese Tourists
Attack on Titan Statues Are Eating Japanese Tourists

You can also spend some time eating your Survey Corps. lunch and looking at Armin's giant eyeballs.

Attack on Titan Statues Are Eating Japanese Tourists

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Comments

    Is said "female titan" unnamed to avoid spoilers?

    Last edited 26/01/15 7:48 pm

    They're eating her. Then they're going to eat me.

      OH MY GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD!

    I got to see the exhibit in person on its first day, the statues are amazing, incredible how much detail they have.

      I was there today! Are we in Japan at the same time?!
      Back to Perth in several hours though.

        I got back the day before australia day, me and my friends where in osaka two weeks ago, buyt decided we would wait for the new exhibits to open as we are all huge monster hunter fans, the 3 hour train ride from tokyo was worth it haha.

    I went today, day 3 of 'exhibit'. The staff wouldn't let anyone near that Titan with a hand photo-op, it was weird. Either confused staff or the photo op was only for Day 1 and now they're preserving it?
    Never seen the show so didn't bother me, but saw lots of confused park-goers confused getting in trouble even getting close to the rubble of bricks in front of the statue

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