The year 2023 marks the 10th anniversary of the release of the Attack on Titan anime adaptation. This coincides with the fourth and final season of the anime reaching its conclusion in Fall 2023. To celebrate the decade-long run of the series, several events and collaborations will be held throughout Japan. A promotional video celebrating the series’ legacy and announcing the 10th anniversary events was released as well. [Thanks, Famitsu!]
You can check out the new PV here:
There are a total of sixth announcements made as part of the Attack on Titan 10th anniversary celebration. The first one is a special event will be held at K-Arena Yokohama on January 27-28, 2024. Cast members and artists will appear as special guests. The second announcement is the public recording of episode 100 of “Attack on Titan Radio: Kaji and Shimono’s Advance! Radio Corps.” The third one consists of a collaboration with popular Sanrio character Gudetama was announced, as Gudetama is also celebrating its 10th anniversary.
The fourth announcement is the reprint of popular merchandise and goods, including items from seasons 1 and 2 of the anime. Next, a commemorative tree planting will be held sometime along 2023 in Hita city, Kyushu, Hajime Isayama’s hometown. The sixth and final announcement consists of the release of all the opening and ending theme songs of Attack on Titan releasing on the Pony Canyon YouTube channel.
As a reminder, the Attack on Titan T-shirts will be available worldwide at Uniqlo stores.
The Attack on Titan 10th anniversary project will last throughout 2023 and early 2024. More information on the project will release in the future.
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