The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, known as Miraikan, will host a Detective Conan Exhibition from 18 April 2018 – 8 July 2018 in Tokyo and have revealed more details about it.
The exhibition will include the very popular character Tooru Amuro. Visitors can choose to be guided by a ‘Detective Notebook’ (additional charges apply, most likely only in Japanese), which will guide everybody through the three different areas of the exhibition called ‘Crime Scene Inspection Area’, ‘Information-Gathering Area’, and ‘Lab Area.’
There are two different courses available for the audio guide. This is where Tooru Amuro comes in. You can either solve the case with ‘Conan & Amuro’ or with ‘Conan & Ran’.
If you choose Amuro, you will narrow down the suspects and approach the truth of this case by collecting evidence. Together with the two detectives, you will use logic and science to solve the case!
If you choose to go with Ran, you will get many clues to clear Kogoro from being a suspect. Together with Ran, you will gather the strength of everybody and think about what might have happened on the day of the incident.
In case you already know you want to visit the exhibition, you can pre-order your ticket starting today, 21 February 2018! As a reward, you will receive a 3-piece set including a ticket holder and bookmarks.
Detective Conan Scientific Investigation Exhibition – Abduction of Truth
Event Period: 18 April – 8 July 2018
Venue: Miraikan Tokyo, Odaiba
Opening hours: 10:00-17:00 (last admission 30 minutes before closing time)
Pre-sale ticket: 1,600 yen (adults), 1,000 yen (6-18 years), 400 yen (3-6 years)
Pre-sale ticket including goods: 2,100 yen (adults), 1,500 yen (6-18 years)
Regular ticket on the day: 1,800 yen (adults), 1,200 yen (6-18 years), 500 yen (3-6 years)
Story for the Exhibition
Kogoro Mori is well-known for solving many mysterious crimes and is one of the most famous detectives of this time. Like that, Kogoro was chosen to become the main character in a mystery novel. However, the person who would write that novel was found dead in his home. The estimated time of death was 14:00. And the following was written in the calendar found at the scene: ’14:00 Mori Kogoro’. Can Conan use science to solve the case and free Kogoro Mori from being suspected?
Merchandise will be available at the venue. More details will be released soon.
Official Website: http://conan-kagaku.jp/