Tokyo Ghoul

Tokyo Ghoul long-awaited 10th anniversary project

As some may recall, some time ago the official media of the anime adaptation of the Tokyo Ghoul manga had excited fans of the franchise by announcing their plans to commemorate its 10th anniversary. Without going into much detail at the time, it was only specified that new updates on this commemorative project would be unveiled this July 3, so the series’ Twitter/X account started a countdown that ended today, revealing the following news…

Tokyo Ghoul’s 10th anniversary commemorative project will be an exhibition.

El Anime Tokyo Ghoul Prepara Un Increíble Anuncio Por Su 10º Aniversario

According to the information that was presented in the respective official media of the “Tokyo Ghoul” TV anime, the commemorative project for the 10th anniversary of the series will consist in the realization of an exhibition entitled “Tokyo Ghoul EX“. In addition, Tokyo Ghoul anime released a promotional image for this exhibition and further details will be announced soon.

Tokyo Ghoul 10 Aniversario Visual

It is worth noting that the official website for the “Tokyo Ghoul EX” exhibition announced that this event will be held from October 21 to December 1 in Tokyo and from December 14 to 28 in Osaka. In addition, people attending this exhibition will be able to delve into the world of Tokyo Ghoul thanks to the exhibits that will be available at this event, where some 3D rooms stand out where interactive experiences and immersive videos will allow to enjoy a unique experience.

Another detail to note is that new updates about this exhibition will be released over the months, so if you are interested in knowing more about this event, we recommend you to be attentive to the official Twitter/X account of the anime Tokyo Ghoul to not miss any announcement.

Tokyo Ghoul 10º Aniversario

Tokyo Ghoul is a seinen manga written and illustrated by Sui Ishida. The manga began publication in Shueisha Publishing House’s Weekly Young Jump magazine in September 2011 and reached its end in September 2014. It is worth noting that Shueisha Publishing has collected Sui Ishida’s manga in a total of 14 volumes, and in January 2021 it was confirmed that the work managed to surpass the incredible figure of 47 million copies in circulation.

On July 4, 2014, the manga “Tokyo Ghoul” premiered its respective anime adaptation, consisting of a total of 48 episodes, divided into 3 seasons. The series was produced by the animation studio “Studio Pierrot” and is legally available in America through the Crunchyroll platform.

Tokyo Ghoul

Tokyo Ghoul tells of a sinister menace invading Tokyo: flesh-eating “ghouls” that look identical to humans and blend in with its population. Secretive college student Ken Kaneki buries his nose in books and avoids news of the growing crisis. However, the appearance of an attractive woman named Rize Kamishiro breaks his loneliness when she proposes a date.

While escorting Rize home, Kaneki discovers that she is not as kind as she first seemed and that she has deceived him with sinister intentions. After a tragic struggle, he wakes up in a hospital and learns that his life has been saved by transplanting the deceased Rize’s organs into his own body.

Kaneki’s body begins to change horribly and he transforms into a human-ghoul hybrid. As he embarks on his frightening new journey, Kaneki clings to his humanity in the bloody conflict that develops between society’s new monsters and the government agents hunting them down.