City Attractions[edit | edit source]
Straw Hat Crew Stamp Rally[edit | edit source]
After collecting all of the stamps, one would go to Kyoto City Hall, which was redesigned as a Marine base and featured a wall with the Straw Hats' wanted posters, asking the public to locate the crew. Upon presenting a full set of stamps, one would receive a reward that included a packet of A4-sized wanted posters (the most recent ones) of all the Straw Hats, a card with a QR code on the back leading to a congratulatory message from Eiichiro Oda, and a 10,000 Belly bill. All of the rewards came in a Marine envelope. After the event ended, the images were replaced with Marines saluting and thanking participants for their assistance.
One Piece Art NUE[edit | edit source]
Pop Up Store[edit | edit source]
Volume 794[edit | edit source]
Volume 794 is a special volume that acts as a guide to the event, featuring a map of locations involved with several of the attractions. The number is a reference to the year 794, which was the beginning of the Heian period, named after Kyoto's former name "Heian-kyō."
Gallery[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/interest/2017-10-12/event-report-one-piece-kyoto-city-collaboration/.122571 A summary of the event attractions.
- https://sp.shonenjump.com/j/op-20th-anniv/article/page_18.html Images from the event.
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