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Taiwan Travel Diary #27: Attack on Titan exhibition

Hey everyone! By now, all my Taiwan posts are absolutely not in chronological order anymore, i'm sorry. But this one might be of interest to some of you who live in or will visit Taipei in the near future.

So, any Attack on Titan fans out there?
From december to 29th of February next year, you get a chance to see some original artwork in Taipei!

The exhibition is held at Songshan Creative Cultural park, and open every day from 10AM to 6PM.
Tickets for the exhibtion are 320NTD (300 if you have a student ID)
There's also some 3D movie experience that i didn't try, but the ticket for that one should be around 150 (only available in Mandarin or Japanese though)

When you first enter, they make you wait in a small, dimly lit room that already sets the atmosphere for the rest of the exhibition.
The reason for that is not the regulation of visitor crowds, as the exhibition is not crowded at all and quite small (there's a Rilakumma exhibition next to it that's obviously more popular).
The reason is a short movie that you get to see right at the beginning of the exhibiton. Pictures and videos are not allowed so unfortunately i can't show you any of it.
Let's just say there's a Titan attack and a staff member dressed in Survey corps unifrom tries to protect you. You can imagine how well that goes. It's pretty fun though! 

Afterwards you enter the actual exhibition, where photos are fortunately allowed.
It mainly consists of Hajime Isayamas original drawings, pages from the Manga.

His handwriting is quite messy xD

There's also some of his calligraphy...

childhood drawings...

And some other works that inspired him to draw Shingeki no Kyojin.

They had a few 3D-ish pop-up installations too that looked great.

As well as life-sized cardboard figures of all the characters.

I always thought about cosplaying Hanji or Ymir before but omg I need heels for that. Didn't realize both of them were so tall!

This installation was really cool, it highlighted different panels of Eren closing the hole in the wall and had different effects and sounds that fit to the actions of him.


This bit was one of the coolest places in the exhibition!

This one made me laugh a bit. First you got cool Levi with his weapons...and then you have cleaning Levi.

You get to touch Mikasas scarf as well.

Sasha's potato is very important too.

And then...the most impressive part. Life-sized colossal Titan!

Size comparison.

Another area had works by different artists portraying AoT characters.

This one was a favourite with the girls.

Kawaii Titan~

They had a few stamps there that you could use too.

After the exhibition there was an area with merchandise available for purchase, which wasn't that~ expensive considering it was official merchandise sold at an exhibiton.
They also had a nice Christmas tree set up for Christmas.

Hope you enjoyed this post~
If you like Shingeki no Kyojin, make sure to go! It's not a huge exhibition, but I think it's worth the money.

Oh and also, I will be going to Tokyo next week for 13 days, if you guys have any recommendations please tell me in the comments below!

Love, Lydia


  1. that is just beautiful. i never seen such thing and i never really imagined that there would be such a thing. as an anime fan, this is just out of this world. I don't know about you, but I really found this blog post extremely motivational. Thank you !!!

    1. aww :D i agree, it's quite surprising to see how anime is viewd over here, i would never imagine such an exhibition to be possible in Germany either! but here in taipei, it goes along with other art exhibitions, which is really nice!

  2. waaa the SnK exhibition!! I'll probably go take a look if I can find someone to go with me ww (・∀・)
    Have a lot of fun in Japan!! o(*^▽^*)o which cities are you visiting?

    1. Tokyo, Osaka and Nara probably :D
      hope you get to go! ^-^


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