Snoopy Museum is now having the “Valentine’s Week” with new limited-time contents from January 17th to February 14th.
This museum has different contents for each seasonal event such as Halloween and Christmas. For this time, the theme will be Valentine’s and there will be original goods and café menus selling.
Actually, when talking about Valentine’s Day in Japan, the image of women giving men boxes of chocolate is very common. However, in this museum of Charles M. Schulz, the gender does not matter for who will be giving or receiving gifts.
In the “Peanuts” comics, there are many stories involving Valentine’s theme. Within those episodes, the main character Charlie Brown is someone who never get any letter, while his popular dog Snoopy always get many.
Within this week, the visitors will be gifted the exclusive letter as a special souvenir.
The welcome animation (premiere between 16.30 to 20.30) will be a short animation about Valentine’s Day, with the nearby trees decorated with illuminations.
While the Peanuts gang are preparing the letters, will Charlie Brown get the letter from the one he is waiting or not?
This will be an exclusive animation and illuminations which cannot be seen outside Snoopy Museum.
Snoopy Museum Tokyo: http://www.snoopymuseum.tokyo/en/
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