Namco Bandai Set to Open Tekken Museum Tomorrow in Osaka; Grand Opening Event to Include Tournament, Appearances by Nobi and Yuyu

By on May 25, 2012 at 10:49 am

Various news outlets are reporting that Namco Bandai plans to unveil their Tekken Museum with a special grand opening event tomorrow at Osaka Nihonbashi Namco in Osaka. The museum will host a variety of Tekken memorabilia, including figures, artwork, and life-size models of characters from the game. They also plan to rotate the items on display regularly, making multiple trips a necessity for fans of the fighting game series. Luckily, admission is completely free.

The grand opening event is set to include a special Tekken Tag Tournament 2 tournament for those who attend, and will include appearances by top players Nobi and Yuyu. Namco Bandai plans to continue with mini-tournaments the second and fourth Sunday of every month, where top placers will be able to win a variety of special and collectible prizes. If you happen to live in the area or plan to visit, this is shaping up to be a great experience for Tekken diehards.

Source: 4Gamer via Andriasang, SGCafe