One version of Captain Levi from Attack On Titan that has been very popular is Cleaning Levi seen in episode 15 of the series. Many cosplayers choose to cosplay this version and they are always in search of a perfect location for a photoshoot. The heavy wooden window doors are very hard to find in Japan, but the Japan Cosplay Festival that takes place at the Japanese amusement park Toshimaen in Tokyo has addressed the high demand and created the window that Cleaning Levi opened in the episode.
The popular scene in episode 15 above.
The wooden window at Toshimaen via the JCF executive committee Twitter account. Of cource it is not 100% accurate, but it looks as good as the real thing.
Toshimaen also has another location perfect for the Survey Corps to clean, as you see the photo above, again posted by the JFC official Twitter.
JCF is a regular cosplay event that takes place at amusement parks in Japan on weekends. It's 1800 yen to enter for adults and 1000 for kids under 12.
Besides the Levi wondow, Toshimaen and JCF also offers stuff that cosplayers would love to have for photoshoots as you see above.