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Friday, June 9, 2023

Splatoon 3 Event, Bus and More Coming to Fukuoka Starting June 16

Splatoon fans visiting Fukuoka Prefecture this summer in Japan are in for a treat. Starting on Wednesday, June 21 and running until Monday, July 17, a special event labeled the “Splatoon 3 Ikasu Tenjin Walk” will be held in the Tenjin area of Fukuoka City. Merchandise, snacks, a real bus and more will be available during this period. A special walking stamp rally will also be held. Once visitors purchase a special stamp card (¥330), they can then go to nine specified locations around the Tenjin area to receive special character stamps. Once the card is completed, participants are eligible to get a special sticker and a paper craft Splatoon 3 themed bus. 
Speaking of busses, a special Splatoon 3 themed bus will be on exhibit in the area on Sunday, July 16 and Monday, July 17. Visitors will be able to help decorate the black bottom part of the bus with stickers. Presenting a receipt of a purchase of ¥1,100 or more (including tax) in the Solaria Plaza or Solaria Stage, you will receive a yellow or blue ink sticker that you can affix to the bus. After the event, the bus will then be driven around Fukuoka City from Tuesday, July 18 until Thursday, August 31.
A special Splatoon 3 shop will be set up in Solaria Stage during the event. Items from last year’s Splatoon 3 Ichiban Kuji will be available as will the following (pictures below):
  • Splatoon 3 Teijin Walk Cookies | ¥880
  • Splatoon 3 Teijin Walk Folder | ¥330
  • Splatoon 3 Teijin Walk Hand Towel | ¥660
  • Splatoon 3 Teijin Walk Bus Themed Acrylic Keychain | ¥660
  • Splatoon 3 “Locker” Metal Pencil Case | ¥1,540
  • Splatoon 3 Mascot Keychains (6 designs) | ¥770
Finally, My Nintendo Japan members can “Check In” via the My Nintendo app (Japan only) during the event period to receive an exclusive smartphone wallpaper to commemorate the event. You can see that pictured below. 

Source: NCL

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