3rd movie screenings for foreign visitors "YOKOSO! EIGAKAN!"
"Garakowa -Restore the World -" English subtitles will be shown !!
As the 3rd event of “YOKOSO! EIGAKAN!”, screenings of the latest Japanese movies with foreign language subtitles aimed at visiting foreign tourists, T-JOY Co., Ltd (Chuo-ku, Tokyo, President Yusuke Okada), presents
“Garakowa-Restore the World-” (distributed by Pony canion) at the following T-JOY theaters (including jointly operated theaters). The last event which was a new attempt to attract inbound business in cooperation with the Japan Foundation and Japan National Tourist Organization ,was screened with English and Chinese (simplified) subtitles in October 2015 and extremely well received by visitors especially from China. As a center for Japanese film and culture, please stay tuned to T-JOY theaters’ future developments.
■ What is "YOKOSO! EIGAKAN!"?
An initiative to enable foreign tourists to enjoy the latest movies of Japan at Japanese theaters.
Offering attendance gifts and exclusive food and items that are only available at the Japanese movie premieres to provide a "Unique experience of Japanese modern culture", and a premium viewing experience unlike watching in foreign languages.
1st Event: May 30, 31, June 6,7 2015 “Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F'" (distributed by Toei) English subtitled screenings.
2nd Event:Oct 17-23 2015 “The Anthem of the Heart” (distributed by Aniplex) English / Chinese (simplified) subtitles
“Garakowa-Restore the World-” (distributed by Pony canion)
January 16(sat) – 29(fri) 2016
Screenings times and frequency depend on the theater. Will be announced on our website when confirmed.
■ Participating theaters
[Tokyo] Shinjuku Wald 9* [Osaka] Umeda Burg 7 [Kyoto] T-JOY Kyoto [Fukuoka] T-JOY Hakata
* Jointly operated by TOHO Cinemas Co., Ltd.
■ Fee (tax incl.)
General: 1,800 yen / Tertiary Level Students: 1,500 yen (Shinjuku Wald 9, Umeda Burg 7 high school students 1,000 yen) Junior high school students or below: 1,000 yen
Organizer: T-JOY Co., Ltd. Cooperation: The Japan Foundation
Distributor: Pony canion ©Project D.backup