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Kingdom Hearts’ 15th anniversary celebrated with stained glass clocks in Tokyo’s Shinjuku Station

Gematsu today reports that Square Enix is celebrating Kingdom Hearts’ 15th anniversary — and upcoming releases of Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue and Kingdom Hearts III — with an exhibition of stained class clocks in Tokyo’s Shinjuku Station.

A large Sora stained glass clock will be surrounded by 12 additional, smaller clocks. Square Enix plans to give all 13 clocks away on Twitter after the exhibition has concluded.

Here’s what some of the clocks will look like:

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The exhibition runs from 9-15 January at Shinjuku Station.

To learn more about the exhibition and of the contest that follows, head here.



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