FEATURE: "Dokidoki! PreCure Matsuri" Exhibition at Toei Kyoto Studio Park Photo Report

Life-size PreCure statues, character panels, posters, and more!

Toei Kyoto Studio Park is a giant movie theme park owned by one of the major Japanese movie companies, Toei, in Uzumasa, Kyoto-city. It opened in 1975 using part of the site of its Kyoto film studio established in 1925. While the company is still using the studio for its own jidaigeki (samurai drama) films and TV dramas, it has become one of the most popular tourist spots in Kyoto.

 

The most featured anime title at the park now is of course Toei Animation's long-running PreCure series. In addition to "PreCure Gallery" and "PreCure Shop" on the second floor of the main building Padios, in commemoration of the great success of the ongoing TV anime series Dokidoki! PreCure, a special exhibition titled "Dokidoki! PreCure Matsuri" (matsuri means festival) has been held at Toei Anime Museum in the park. Check the photo report below.

 

*all of the photos were taken by the writer Mikikazu Komatsu on November 16

 

Toei Kyoto Studio Park entrance

 

A view from the main building Padios

 

The entrance to the "Dokidoki! PreCure Matsuri" exhibition

 

Character panels

 

Mana Aida (Cure Heart)

 

Alice Yotsuba (Cure Rosetta) and Makoto Kenzaki (Cure Sword)

 

Rikka Hishikawa (Cure Diamond) and Aguri Madoka (Cure Ace)

 

The entrance of the exhibition room

 

Llife-size statues of the five Dokidoki girls

 

Cure Heart

 

Cure Diamond

 

Cure Rosetta

 

Cure Sword

 

Cure Ace

 

The 5 fairies of Dokidoki! PreCure

 

Sharuru (Cure Heart's partner)

 

Rakeru (Cure Diamond's partner)

 

Rance (Cure Rosetta's partner)

 

Davi (Cure Sword's partner)

 

Ai-chan (Cure Ace's partner)

 

Character panels and life-size statues from the past PreCure series

 

Cure Black (Futari wa PreCure, 2004)

 

Cure White (Futwari wa PreCure, 2004)

 

Cure Bloom (Futari wa PreCure Splash Star, 2006)

 

Cure Eglet (Futari wa PreCure Splash Star, 2006)

 

Cure Dream (Yes! PreCure5 GoGo!, 2008)

 

Cure Peach (Fresh PreCure!, 2009)

 

Cure Blossom (Heartcatch PreCure!, 2010)

 

Cure Marine (Heartcatch PreCure!, 2010)

 

Cure Melody (Suite PreCure♪, 2011)

 

Cure Rhythm (Suite PreCure♪, 2011)

 

Cure Happy (Smile PreCure!, 2012)

 

The panels for the currently showing "Dokidoki! PreCure" film

 

 

The PreCure shop in the exhibition

 

 

Past PreCure film posters

 

"Futari wa PreCure Max Heart the Movie" (2005)

 

"Futari wa PreCure Splash☆Star Tick Tack Kiki Ippatsu!" (2006)

 

"Yes! PreCure 5: Kagami no Kuni no Miracle Daibouken!" (2007)

 

The permanent PreCure shop in Padios also exhibits a life-size Cure Heart statue

 

 

 

© ABC/Toei Animation


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