Fans of both Fuji Q and anime Re: Zero – Starting Life in Another World will be excited to hear about the collaboration taking place between the theme park and popular animation this November.

The collaboration will take place from November 3rd and last until December 13th this year, in celebration of the release of season two of the anime Re: Zero – Starting Life in Another World.

As part of the event, a unique AR adventure game will allow visitors to complete challenging quizzes and battle games alongside the anime’s characters ‘Emilia’, ‘Rem’ and ‘Ram’ at different locations across the park.

Additionally, the event will see a number of pop-up stands selling limited edition RE: Zero themed foods and gift items that can only be collected at the park. Details of the collaborative event and all the novelty items and foods involved will be announced by the park in the build up to the event. Don’t miss this chance to step into another world with Fuji-Q and Re: Zero this Autumn.

Event Summary

Date: Tuesday 3 November – Sunday 13 December 2020
Times: Usual Park times (09:00 - 18:00)
Price: Park admission is free, but visitors must purchase tickets for each ride inside the park. Alternatively, the Fuji-Q Free Pass allows visitors unlimited rides within the park at the following prices:

Adults – 6,200 yen
Junior and High School Students – 5,700 yen
Elementary School Students – 4,500 yen
Infants/Seniors/Disabled – 2,100 yen

Further information about the event can be found here.

Re: Zero – Starting Life in Another World

RE: Zero – Starting Life in Another World is an anime that centres on Natsuki Subaru, a hikikomori (a reclusive adult who spends the majority of their time in their room) who finds himself transported to another world on his way home from a convenience store. After befriending half-elf girl ‘Emilia’, he is mysteriously killed, but discovers that he has the power to reverse time by dying, which he calls ‘Return by Death’. Using his new found power, Subaru sets out to protect new friends that he meets in the parallel world.

By - Connie Sceaphierde.