Real Ninja Museum and Monster Hunter Rise Collaborate on Special Exhibition

Real Ninja Museum and Monster Hunter Rise Collaborate on Special Exhibition

Monster Hunter Rise by Capcom has worked with a genuine ninja museum in Japan to provide a one-of-a-kind themed experience for the game’s fans and museum visitors. The unique event is certainly a wonderful opportunity for the firm to offer fans a taste of what the game may have been like in real life, with the ninja motif being essential to Monster Hunter Rise’s Kamura town.

It is not unexpected that Capcom is putting up a lot of marketing effort to persuade the gaming community to purchase the action RPG as Monster Hunter Rise is set to launch on next-gen platforms like the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S in a few days. Efforts can be seen everywhere, not only in Monster Hunter Rise’s pre-order bonuses and deluxe versions but also in the real world. Hosting events and collaborating with tangible venues, such as this ninja museum, is likely another effort by Capcom to keep the Monster Hunter community interested.



The unique Monster Hunter Rise event and exhibit will take place from February 1 to March 31, according to the official website of Koka City’s Kogaryu Real Ninja Museum’s tourist information centre. Several museum levels and existing displays will be altered to reflect the action-RPG concept. This features a one-of-a-kind AR experience in which guests may hurl ninja stars or shurikens at some of Monster Hunter Rise’s most formidable beasts. Other activities include more educational topics such as historical exhibitions of authentic ninja clothing, swords, and other items.

The Monster Hunter Rise cooperation seems to include the whole city of Koka in Japan’s Shiga prefecture. The city will also conduct a stamp rally at other tourist attractions in the vicinity. Fans who finish the stamp rally will get Monster Hunter Rise-themed goodies. Furthermore, a train running through Koka City will be decked up in Monster Hunter Rise decals and will play the game’s soundtrack as it goes. Finally, limited souvenirs such as shirts, tote bags, keychains, and other items will be available exclusively at the themed event.

Fans will need to go to Koka City, Japan, where the event is only being hosted, sadly, if they want to attend. Capcom USA should consider arranging actual events like these for its Western followers as well. This would be an excellent way to keep the Monster Hunter Rise community engaged.