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Tomorrow, an Attack on Titan exhibit will open in Tokyo. Here is your first peek at what's in store.

As previously mentioned, the exhibit has art, illustration and fashion inspired by Attack on Titan as well as art from the manga, replica artifacts, a "sound and light" theater presentation, a special Oculus Rift 3D movie, and a realistic Titan.

Websites Famitsu, Cinema Cafe, Natalie, Fashion Snap, and Eiga as well as some Twitter users like Attack on Titan live-action movie actor Rina Takeda checked out the exhibit early. Here's what they saw:

[Photo: TakedaRina]

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[Photo: Cinema Cafe]

[Photo: ShingekiKyojin]

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[Photo: Famitsu]

[Photo: Natalie]

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[Photo: Natalie]

[Photo: Fashion Snap]

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[Photo: Famitsu]

[Photo: Famitsu]

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[Photo: ShingekiKyojin]

[Photo: Natalie]

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[Photo: Famitsu]

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[Photo: Cinema Cafe]

[Photo: Cinema Cafe]

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[Photo: Famitsu]

[Photo: Cinema Cafe]

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[Photo: Eiga]

[Photo: Famitsu]

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[Photo: Cinema Cafe]

[Photo: Fashion Snap]

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[Photo: Fashion Snap]

[Photo: Eiga]

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[Photo: cx_mezamashi]

The Attack on Titan Exhibit runs until January 25. For more, check the official site below.

Attack on Titan Exhibit [Official Site]

Top photo: Fashion Press

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