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Giant Dragon Ball Z Poster in Haneda Int'l Terminal Welcomes Foreign Visitors to Japan

Giant Dragon Ball Z Poster in Haneda Int'l Terminal Welcomes Foreign Visitors to Japan

A midnight scene at the arrival lobby of Haneda International Passenger Terminal.

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A giant poster featuring characters from the hit Japanese cartoon Dragon Ball Z went up to greet travelers arriving from overseas on the second floor of Haneda Airport International Passenger Terminal in Ohta Ward, Tokyo on August 20.

The poster is part of an event the Tokyo Metropolitan Government is organizing to welcome foreign visitors to Japan. Depicting well-known characters like Son Goku and Vegeta, the two-meter-tall, five-meter-wide poster hangs near the customs inspection area exit in the arrivals lobby until the end of March, 2014.

Life-size Dragon Ball Z figures also appeared in the arrivals lobby walkway that day, which will remain until the 31st. Visitors are welcome to pose for snapshots with the figures and children can get special Dragon Ball Z character stickers for free until the end of the event.

Only arriving passengers are able to view the giant poster because it lies within a restricted access area.

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