Now you can be a neighbor of Rei Ayanami


The strangest companies are popping up all over the world, especially in Japan. SMALL WORLDS TOKYO is the world’s largest miniature theme park, covering an area of ​​8,000 square meters and located in Ariake, Tokyo. These are miniatures from Anime World and other entertainment franchises housed in rooms that are on display to the public.

But now they have decided to create a rather strange business entity, real estate… in miniature? Starting November 14 next year, SMALL WORLDS will start selling 12 apartments (in miniature, of course) in the famous city of New Tokyo, the complex from the Neon Genesis Evangelion series, where Rei Ayanami lives. 3 Where the original incident took place.

That’s right, you want to buy the rights to a micro-apartment so you can be “quite” by Rei Ayanami’s side. Strange, right? What is it about? This is a joke? No, SMALL WORLDS takes it very seriously, as the statement says:

The service provides an opportunity to purchase rights to miniature world-building models, rooms, model cars, etc. (Therefore, all rights are limited to a limited number of items and sales are limited.) For example, in the case of an apartment, you can choose interior and furniture miniatures and 3D scan real people and pets to create 1/80 scale miniatures from them.

It sure feels weird buying the rights to a micro-apartment and having it scanned so your microcopy lives. Perhaps they dream of the moment when Shinji visits her and finds her naked? Part of the announcement also talks about the “metaverse” and other development tools. The most interesting thing, however, is that micro-apartments end up being more expensive than actual apartments. Pricing for the thumbnail rights has yet to be announced, so let’s hope that doesn’t happen.

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