Today it was announced that Jujutsu Kaisen will be getting a special exhibition at Modi in Shibuya from 2 July until 1 August 2021. Great timing, since the hype surrounding the series in Japan is still at an all-time high.
The exhibition will be split between two different areas that will allow fans of the series to relive the events of the anime series. Area one will focus on episodes one through thirteen, and area two will focus on episodes fourteen through twenty-four.
Specifically for the exhibition, there will be new art on display from series creator Gege Akutami, and a series of goods that can only be obtained at the exhibition. Attendees will be able to choose the student ID card of their favorite character and have the opportunity to see some items and art that they could never see elsewhere.
There will also be a lifesize figure of Satoru Gojo on display that will have special effects, lending to a viewing experience that a fan of the series would never forget.
In terms of goods, there will be art pieces, pin badges, and acrylic keychains available for purchase.
The Jujutsu Kaisen Special Exhibition will be held from 2 July through 1 August 2021 at Modi in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan.