True fans know better than to enter the Grace Field House, but the iconic place appeals to our inner thrill-seeker. From popular manga and anime series The Promise of Neverland, it maintains a facade of an orphanage, when it is in fact a terrifying human plantation. In this new exhibition, visitors can experience the thrilling story of the protagonist, Emma, from her point of view as she uncovers the truth behind the house and what lies outside her sheltered life. Visitors will be sure not to miss the important breadcrumbs as they step inside the house, from the foreshadowed Minerva’s Promised Pen to something as simple as the desks in the test room. Going deeper into the chambers, you’ll feel a sense of dread as you realize the term ‘prison’ is more fitting than a ‘house’. The venue consists of seven chapters, with realistic props and a serious production setting that makes the universe a realistic, albeit eerie and heart-pounding, alternative.
5-6-20 Roppongi, Minato-ku