Visuals appear in stations and trains in Tokyo
Shaman King is back, and to celebrate the upcoming re-release of the full manga series in Japan, as well as the forthcoming TV anime reboot, the series, created by Hiroyuki Takei, is collaborating with the Seibu Railway's to have the series featured in trains and stations in Shinjuku and Ikebukuro, recreating the feeling of Funbari Onsen in the moving carriages.
The following will be found in trains on the Seibu Ikebukuro line which goes from Ikebukuro Station in Tokyo into Saitama prefecture:
The next two posters can be found in both Shinjuku Station (the busiest train station in the world) and Ikebukuro Station (the third busiest train station in the world, after Japan's Shibuya Station):
Shaman King returns to Japanese TV screens in April 2021!
Source: Comic Natalie
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