Fan-Voted Detective Conan Real Escape Game Opens in June

posted on by Jennifer Sherman

Scrap's Real Escape Game announced on Wednesday that its 10th anniversary collaboration project with Detective Conan will run in 31 cities in Japan. The new Detective Conan-themed attraction will debut in Harajuku, Tokyo on June 30 and conclude in Sunport Takamatsu's Takamatsu Symbol Tower in Kagawa Prefecture on November 26.

The project is celebrating both the tenth anniversary of Real Escape Game and the fifth anniversary of its collaboration with Detective Conan. Fans are voting to choose the main character for the attraction. The main character will determine the title and story of the Real Escape Game.

Fans can vote for Heiji Hattori, Ai Haibara, The Junior Detective League, Sonoko Suzuki, Masumi Sera, or a criminal until May 10. Heiji is leading in the interim results, followed by Ai and the criminal. People can vote up to once per day, and the final results will be announced on May 12. Five groups of 10 people who vote will get the chance to experience the attraction in advance at the end of June.

The upcoming Real Escape Game is offering family and beginner tickets as well as expert tickets. People who request tickets during the advance sales period will receive a clear file and another bonus item chosen my fans. People will be able to vote for an eraser, cloth bag, sticker, or memo pad from May 17 to May 23.

Fans can also experience a Detective Conan-themed escape room at Universal Studios Japan as part of the Universal Cool Japan 2017 event until June 25. The event also features the Evangelion XR Ride, Godzilla the Real 4D, Attack on Titan the Real 4D 2, and Monster Hunter the Real attractions.

The "Trials of Bahamut" (Final Fantasy IX), "Defenders of the Triforce" (The Legend of Zelda), and "Castle Under Siege" (Attack on Titan) Real Escape Games are currently running at select locations in the United States and Canada.

The 21st Detective Conan film, Meitantei Conan Kara Kurenai no Love Letter (Detective Conan: Crimson Love Letter), opened in Japan on April 15.

Source: Anime! Anime! (Yuma)

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