Starting a couple weeks from today and running until the end of June, the Yokohama Doll Museum will be hosting an exhibit celebrating the 35th anniversary of Transformers. Designed around the theme of "Enjoying With Parent And Child," events during this run include an advance (for Japan) look at Cyberverse
merchandise, a Bumblebee suit actor on June 8th and 9th, and an event the following weekend where you can purchase a special "blank" Choro-Q (Penny Racer) truck to paint as Optimus Prime.
Mechanical translation of the announcement follows - Enjoy, and pay special attention to where Cyberverse
is translated as "Cyber Baths."
"Enjoying with Parents" Transformers 35th Anniversary Exhibition
Plan exhibition "Enjoy in parent and child" Transformers 35th anniversary exhibition
The toys of the super robot creature 'Transformers', which are transformed into objects around us, are coming to the Yokohama doll's house!
Transformers were born based on the transformation robot toy of Japanese toy maker Takara Tomy, and the sale and animation of the toy started in the United States in 1984, and it is reimported to Japan the next year and a huge hit. The wonder of transformation was widely accepted by the children of that time.
Transformers is celebrating its 35th anniversary this year, with a large number of animations and books, and also being filmed in Hollywood. Now it has become a very popular content across generations and genders. In this exhibition, you can feel the wonders and surprises of “transformation”, which is the attraction of transformers. There is plenty of fun, such as the Masterpiece series, the highest peak of transformation robot toys, the advanced exhibition of the acclaimed anime "Cyber Baths" series toys, and the powerful diorama exhibition where you can experience the scenes of the movie. ! Above all, the diorama of the latest movie "Bumblebee" is the first in Japan! Please visit us by your parents or family.