Jujutsu Kaisen Announces Collaboration With Virtual Reality Apps In Japan – Kudasai

A press release from the Japanese telecommunications company SoftBank announced a collaboration with the feature film produced by the studios MAP, Jujutsu Kaisen 0. The release included a special commercial that mixes Satoru Gojou already Otosan Sujan Karki, the Hokkaido breed dog that represents the company.

The statement writes: «The announcement is to communicate the collaborative contents of “Jujutsu Kaisen 0”, which will be displayed sequentially on SoftBank’s “AR SQUARE” and “VR SQUARE” smartphone apps starting today. In the video, “Otosan Sujan Karki”, wearing a black mask over his eye and dressed as Satoru Gojo, introduces the augmented reality content of the collaboration, saying “Expansion of SoftBank’s domain!” The ad will be screened in 69 TOHO cinemas across the country».

He continues explaining the contents of the applications: «In “AR SQUARE”, you can make the characters appear wherever you want, take photos with them and experience the “development of the area” through augmented reality content. Plus, if you scan the “Jujutsu Kaisen 0” poster or collaboration brochure distributed in theaters and in SoftBank stores across the country with your smartphone, the characters will start talking. There are four types of flyers available, each with different content to enjoy.». And he concludes: «And in ‘VR SQUARE’, you can experience the different powers and facts in 3D virtual reality content. You can see the trailer for ‘Jujutsu Kaisen 0’ and the commercial of the collaboration on the screen of the virtual reality space as if it were a cinema».