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You Can Ride a Project Sakura Wars Rickshaw in Tokyo

If you love Shin Sakura Taisen (also known as Project Sakura Wars in the west) and you find yourself in Tokyo, Sega has an attraction in store for you.

If you love Shin Sakura Taisen (also known as Project Sakura Wars in the west) and you find yourself in Tokyo this month, Sega has an attraction in store for you.

The publisher will have five dedicated pulled rickshaws touring the traditional district of Asakusa from December 12 to December 24 according to a press release sent today.

The human-powered vehicles will be decorated with imagery dedicated to the game, and will play its soundtrack including the new theme song.

Each rickshaw can carry two passenger, so you can enjoy the ride alongside with your significant other or a friend. 

Everyone who takes ther ide during the period mentioned above will also get a special bromide as a gift.

You can see the Rikshaw itself and the bromides in the gallery below.

If you want to see more about Project Sakura Wars, you can also enjoy the latest gameplay showing Claris in action, the latest trailerthe previous gameplay and more trailersthe latest screenshotsthe first trailer of the character design series featuring Bleach creator Tite Kubothe previous gallery of screenshots, the one beforeanother batch of images focusing on romance, another reveal with two new characters and videos, and the beautiful anime opening cutscene,

We also have a music video dedicated to Sakuraone featuring Hatsuho one focusing on Elise, one showcasing Lancelot, one featuring Anastasia Palma, another starring Huang Yui, one showing Clarismore trailers, the latest gameplay latest gallery of screenshots, another gallery, the previous gameplay revealanother one, and an earlier gallery of screenshots and art.

If you’re unfamiliar with the Sakura Wars series, you should take a look at my dedicated article explaining what it’s all about.

The game will launch in Japan exclusively for PS4 on December 12, and in the west in 2020.

A demo has recently been made available on the Japanese PlayStation Store.

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