With everything that has happened in recent times, the urge to escape to a fantasy world is stronger than ever. The good news for anime and video game fans in Japan is that there are plenty of places that express the worldview of various series, such as themed cafes, amusement parks, and more. now there are even hotel rooms modeled on certain media.
To coincide with the “Dragon Quest Island” event which takes place in the Nijigen no Mori anime and game theme park, the Grand Chariot Hotel on Awaji Island has transformed some of its rooms into “Slime Cocoons. “.
The interior of these rooms, from the furniture to the decoration, has been themed around “Dragon Quest”. In particular, there are a lot of the most famous creatures in the game series, the Slime.
Guests can feel like they’re really part of a game as there are treasure chests and hidden items placed all around the room. You can even win prizes like a photo frame if you collect all the medals in the room.
The yukata that can be worn around the room also has a “Dragon Quest” inspired design.
You will also receive tickets for the Dragon Quest Island event included in the room rate.
Room reservations can be made online on the Grand Chariot website and tickets for Dragon Quest Island in Nijigen no Mori can be purchased on their website.
Source: Public relations time
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