There is no escape from Harry Potter. It’s been more than twenty years since the first movie was released, and we’re still transfixed by every bit of Potter news that comes our way. Wonderfully, Warner Bros. Studio Tour Tokyo – The Making of Harry Potter opens in Japan soon.
The second The Making Of Harry Potter Studio Tour was announced by Warner Bros. Japan, Seibu Railway Co Ltd, Fuyo General Lease Co Ltd and ITOCHU Co, more than two years ago. And, visitors can explore this Wizarding World from June 16 just an 11-hour direct flight from Auckland.
Warner Bros. Studio Tokyo – The Making Of Harry Potter
The new attraction takes over the historic Toshimaen Amusement Park. Exctingly, it will be the largest indoor Harry Potter attraction globally as well as the first Warner Bros. Studio Tour to open in Asia – giving fans on this side of world an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the making of the Harry Potter movies.
Similar to London’s Harry Potter Studio Tour, it offers the ultimate journey through Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts, alongside iconic movie sets like The Great Hall and Diagon Alley, designs from the original movies, secrets of the Wizarding World and an insight into movie production. From original costumes and props on display, to firsthand learning of how the world’s greatest book series was brought to life….fans will be in their element.
Some unique highlights to watch out for at Tokyo Studio Tour include a Sound Stage, a garden decked out in statues of mythical creatures from both the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts movies, and a lively Hogsmeade Train Station.
Additionally, guests can enjoy a range of interactive experiences such as hopping on a broomstick, watching a Quidditch match, sipping butterbeer, and buying all things Harry Potter at one of the world’s largest Harry Potter stores.
The original studio in London has welcomed more than 17 million visitors since opening in 2012. Surely, this Harry Potter Tour would be an adventure of a lifetime and well-worth-the-travel for Potter fans in New Zealand. Buy tickets via the Warner Bros. Studio Tour website.
Editorial contribution by Marco Ruiz.