Escape From JoJo's Bizarre Museum

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Escape From JoJo's Bizarre Museum (ジョジョの奇妙な美術館からの脱出 JoJo no Kimyō na Bijutsukan kara no Dasshutsu) is an escape room-styled attraction based on the anime adaptation of Golden Wind. The attraction is the third collaboration between Tokyo-based company SCRAP and the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure TV Anime Production Committee, following Escape From JoJo's Bizarre Amusement Park and JoJo's Bizarre Escape: The Hotel. The game relies on participants to "use their own Stands and escape from a mysterious museum."[1]

The escape room was held nationwide at 30 Japanese cities.

Summary

Team Bucciarati awakens to find themselves inside a room of the mysterious "Trappola" museum with six strange showcases aligned in front of them. The group's own Stands can be seen inside the displays and they soon realize they are unable to call them back. A voice from a man named Scatola can be heard telling them that once 60 minutes have passed, their Stands will become real sculptures and they will die as a result. The team will need to quickly figure out how to free their Stands and escape the museum.

As an interactive escape room-styled attraction, the game requires the players to solve the mystery as Team Bucciarati and escape a room within a 60 minute time limit. Players attempt the challenge in groups of six and will be given Stand-like tools to help solve the mysteries within the room.

Customers who purchased advanced tickets received special designed tickets. Customers may also purchase a limited edition ticket that comes with a "Coco Jumbo Mystery Box" which included a keychain and mystery designed to be solved at home. Members who purchased advance tickets could receive special washi tape.

Between August 26, 2021 and November 28, 2021 an additional contest was held for Twitter users. The event simply involved solving the three puzzles available on the website to enter an lottery for the chance to win prizes. These included an original mask (20 given) to those who solved the Giorno puzzle, a acrylic stand plus original mask (10 given) to those who solved the Bucciarati puzzle and all goods, sticky notes, special design tickets, Coco Jumbo Mystery Box, poster and original mask (1 given) to those who solved the final puzzle.

A stand fortune telling game is also available on the website. Users can input their name and the site will decide which stand they would receive (out of those owned by Team Bucciarati) and tell their fortune.

Promotional Work

Example puzzles were available on the website for customers to try before arriving at the event. They are each based on a member of Team Bucciarati.

Food and Merchandise

Food was only sold at performances and included Mista's Special Salami Dog for 1,000 yen and latte art coffees with random coaster for 500 yen each. Stickers were also given with the purchase of food items and if all 12 were collected you would receive a "To Be Continued" sticker. Goods were purchasable at location and online. These included A4 clipboard for 2,000 yen, escape success/failure sticker set for 300 yen each, clear files with mystery for 800 yen or 4,000 yen for the full set, behind the scenes pamphlet for 1,000 yen, acrylic stand for 1,200 yen each or 7,000 yen for the full set, can badges for 500 yen each, salted caramel candies for 800 yen, notebook for 800 yen, sash bag for 1,800 yen, exclusive parka for 5,800 yen and pouch for 2,000 yen. Special sticky notes were given for purchases of 3,000 yen or more.

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