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'The Promised Neverland' hotel room not based on Grace Field House, just nice accommodation for fans

By grape Japan

"The Promised Neverland" has become a massive hit among anime fans worldwide, but with its creepy twists and claustrophobic atmosphere, the idea of a hotel room inspired by the series may be questionable to some.


Nevertheless, Hotel Keitan, a Japanese chain hotel, announced last month that they would be running some accommodation themed around "The Promised Neverland." Luckily, it is not inspired by the interior of Grace Field House specifically, but includes generally cool additions to the room that any fan of the anime can enjoy, and still sleep well at night.

The rooms are also divided into two themes, based on season one and season two of the anime series, so fans can pick their favorite to stay in.

When you first enter the room, you may get a shock from the life-size cutouts looming next to the bed, but fans will surely appreciate their presence while enjoying the annotated character drawings on the walls. The beds also have cushions and covers inspired by the series.

Guests will also get a goody-bag filled with items such as a tote bag, slippers, a tumbler and keyring.


It doesn’t just stop at the rooms, as the characters have taken over the lobby too, where you can also load up on the original merchandise that's on sale.


Six hotels are taking part, located in SapporoSendaiTokyo (Ginza)NagoyaKyoto and Kyobashi (Osaka) and the event is running until Sept 30.

Source: @Press

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The second season of the anime was a complete disaster despite the Manga being brilliant.

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The result of cutting the budget

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