appeal to all Netflix fans! The streaming company just opened an immersive pop-up experience in Tokyo — the first of its kind in Asia. Based in Harajuku Q Plaza This choose-your-own-adventure experience offers two journeys: one for the hopeless romantics and one for the thrill-seekers, depending on what type of shows you enjoy watching.
The Love journey revolves around the universes of Bridgerton, Emily in Paris and the Japanese hit series First Love, where you snap some Insta-worthy pictures and get a behind-the-scenes look at each page can the title.
The Adventure route also features exclusive content from popular titles, but this end of the pop-up is dedicated to spooky, action-packed shows like Stranger Things, Wednesday, and Alice in Borderland.
The Alice on the Frontier section even has a survival game for visitors to try out, so you can see if you have what it takes to master the life-and-death scenarios featured in the show.
To enhance the experience, Spotify has even curated special love and adventure playlists, allowing guests to revisit their favorite scenes.
Fans can also explore the Weekly Features section, which offers a sneak peek at upcoming programming, from reality shows to Korean dramas.
As a global premiere, now through May 28, One Piece fans have an exclusive opportunity to view select props from the upcoming live-action series.
In addition to the photo ops and immersive exhibits, the pop-up features a shop where you can purchase limited-edition t-shirts, stationery, accessories, and other branded items inspired by the above shows.
More exciting, however, are the food stalls, where you can get a slice of Surfer Boy Pizza, a cup of Scoops Ahoy ice cream (both of which appear in Stranger Things), or a steaming Java coffee at the coffee stand from ‘First Love’.
The Only on Netflix pop-up will be available now through June 11, 2023. Visit the event’s website to book one free tickets for a specific time window.
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