Photo/IllutrationA scene from the opening ceremony of the special exhibition for “Attack on Titan” at the Ueno Royal Museum in Tokyo in 2014 (Asahi Shimbun file photo)

The last “Attack on Titan” exhibition will tear up Tokyo this summer, with even more original artwork from the post-apocalyptic manga on display than at previous events.

“Attack on Titan Exhibition Final,” featuring original illustrations from the manga by Hajime Isayama, kicks off on July 5 at the Mori Arts Center Gallery in the Roppongi Hills Mori Tower.

It's the first chance in five years for fans to see original manuscripts from the story about grotesque giants that eat people. In 2014, more than 250,000 visitors attended the previous exhibition at the Ueno Royal Museum in Tokyo.

The show's content has been carefully chosen and arranged to plunge visitors into the dark world of the manga. It includes a new audio guide read by voice actors who played characters from the comic books in anime film adaptations.

The exhibition will run until Sept. 8. For more information, visit the official website at (https://www.kyojinten.jp/).

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To learn more about the latest developments in Japanese anime, visit the official site of Anime Anime (http://animeanime.jp/), and includes a new audio guide read by voice actors who played characters from the comic books in anime film adaptations of it.