For a limited time, the costumes and set as well as high-quality prints of never-before-seen artist photos from the "PINK BLOOD" music video will be on exhibit at Ginza Sony Park. A specially installed photo booth will also be introduced.

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Hikaru Utada's "PINK BLOOD" has been a hot topic as the theme song for the popular anime To Your Eternity, now broadcasting on NHK E (the original manga by Yoshitoki Oima is being serialized in Weekly Shonen Magazine). Distribution of the digital single began on June 2 (Wed), and the music video that premiered on YouTube the same day has already garnered many rave reviews.

The Hikaru Utada: "PINK BLOOD" EXHIBITION celebrating the release of the "PINK BLOOD" song and music video will be held at Ginza Sony Park starting on June 3 (Thurs). Visitors can also experience immersing themselves in a reproduction of the world of the music video at Ginza Sony Park, where the pre-demolition frame of the Sony Building remains.

Duration:2021.6.5 - 6.18

Venue:PARK B2/ Basement 2


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  • We are holding this event in the Park upon taking thorough measures to prevent infection and the spread of COVID-19, in accordance with the Tokyo Metropolitan government's guidelines. Admission is by advance reservation (first-come-first-served).
  • The event may be temporarily suspended without prior notice. The event may also be canceled depending on future circumstances.

Due to the extension of the declaration of a state of emergency once again, we are considering holding a tour of this exhibition on a reduced scale at Sony stores nationwide (in Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, Sapporo, and Fukuoka) within the year to allow visitors in other locations to enjoy the event. Information will be available on Hikaru Utada's official website as soon as details become available.

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About advance reservations

Advance reservations will be taken so visitors to the Park can enjoy themselves while ensuring they avoid a closed, crowded, or close-contact setting. Because the number of reservations is limited, they will be limited to two people and once per person. See the reservations page for details. We ask for your understanding and cooperation so that we can take reservations for many people.

How to apply: Apply using the online ticket-sales service Peatix. Please make a reservation at the link below (first-come-first-served).


Reservation start: 2021.6.2 (Wed) at 11:00

  • We are carrying out measures to prevent infection and the spread of COVID-19 at Ginza Sony Park. We ask for visitors' understanding and cooperation. Please refrain from visiting if your temperature is 37.5 degrees Celsius or higher, you feel unwell, you have cold symptoms, or you have been determined to be a close contact of someone diagnosed positive for COVID-19.
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Exhibition content

・Viewing of the music video for the new song "PINK BLOOD"

Visitors can watch the just-released music video on a large screen.


・The PINK BLOOD Artist Photo Booth

This is a recreation of the mirrored photo booth used to take striking artist photos in which reflections appear in the glass. Pictures taken by staff will be forwarded to visitors' smartphones then and there.

We ask for your understanding that visitors may have to wait depending on the circumstances.


・Exhibit of three costumes that appear in the music video

Three costumes actually worn by Hikaru Utada in the music video will be on exhibit.


・New photo panel exhibit

The latest photos by the photographer TAKAY will be displayed in high-quality prints.


・Video set exhibit

The stage set with the candle sculpture used in the music video will be on display.


"PINK BLOOD" (theme song for the anime To Your Eternity)

"PINK BLOOD" is the theme song for the fantasy anime To Your Eternity, based on the manga of the same title by Yoshitoki Oima, which began broadcasting on NHK E in April 2021.

Film director Eiji Tanigawa (Creative Lab. TOKYO) and photographer TAKAY, who worked on the jacket of the First Love album released in 2018, participated in creating the music video.

"PINK BLOOD" music video


Single release

Release date: 2021.6.2 (Wed)


Hikaru Utada (Singer/ Song Writter)

Hikaru Utada was born on January 19, 1983. Her debut single "Automatic/time will tell," released on December 9, 1998, made a record 2 million sales, and Utada suddenly rose to the ranks of a top artist at the age of 15. Her debut album First Love, released a few months later, set a still-unbroken Japanese record for CD sales. Since then, all her albums have reached first place on the charts. Utada is active as a representative Japanese female artist both domestically and abroad. For example, her "One Last Kiss," released in March 2021 as the theme song for the movie Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time, has topped the charts in 33 countries.


Instagram livestream information


"Listen to Veteran Hikaru! on Instagram"

Stream date

scheduled for streaming in June

Stream account

Hikaru Utada's Instagram account @kuma_power


Creator profiles

Eiji Tanigawa (Film Director)

Tanigawa has been recognized worldwide not only for his previous film presentations but his productions adopting new expressions like programming. He has won several advertising prizes in Japan and abroad, including taking the Gold at Cannes Lions in the film category. He is CEO and director of TOKYO.



TAKAY went to the UK in 1996 and began his career at the English fashion magazine i-D. He is now active globally with bases in New York and Tokyo, shooting for fashion magazines such as Harper's BAZAAR Germany, L'Uomo Vogue, and VOGUE JAPAN, and creating advertisements and filming commercials for ARMANI JEANS, EMPORIO ARMANI, Y-3, and SHISEIDO.

http://www.takayphotography.com Instagram:@takayofficial

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

About reservations

Q. Are reservations one time per person? A. During the event period, please make reservations one time per person, for up to two tickets. We will keep the reservation for the nearest date and time and cancel any others if multiple requests have been made.
Q. Can I make a reservation on the same day I wish to attend? A. You can be admitted on the same day if there are openings. Please ask staff for details.
Q. What should I do if I cannot find the QR code for my reservation? A. The QR code will be displayed when you log in to the reservation page (Peatix).
Q. I made a reservation for myself. Can I visit with my child? A. Children under 13 years old can be admitted with a guardian. Children 13 and over count as one visitor, so please request a ticket for them.
Q. Can I cancel my reservation? A. Log in to the reservation page (Peatix) and contact the organizer using the message function. When you do so, please inform us of the date, time, and number of tickets you would like to cancel.
Q. Can I get on a waiting list in case someone cancels? A. You cannot. Please check the reservation page (Peatix) for openings.
Q. What should I do if the other person in my party will be late for the reserved time? A. Please enter the venue with the other member of your party.
Q. If the person under whose name the reservation was made is going to be late, can the accompanying party member enter before them? A. Please get a screenshot of the QR code screen from the person under whose name the reservation was made and show that to us.
Q. The other person in my party is unexpectedly unable to come. Do I need to cancel? A. You do not need to contact us to cancel for the other person in your party.
Q. It is already past my reserved time, and I would like to cancel. Do I need to contact you to cancel? A. We ask for your cooperation in contacting us to cancel even if it is past your reserved time so that more visitors can enjoy the exhibition.
Q. Where is reception located for the event? A. Ginza Sony Park, B2/Basement 2.
Q. What time does reception open? A. Reception opens 10 minutes before the respective start times.


Q. Can I take photos with my camera inside the venue? A. You can take photos, but please refrain from using flash. However, we may ask you to stop if the photos inconvenience other visitors.
Q. Are event-related goods on sale? A. There are no event-related goods on sale.
Q. Are measures being taken to prevent COVID-19 infection? A. We are taking measures in accordance with the Tokyo Metropolitan government's guidelines to prevent infection and the spread of COVID-19 inside the Park, and we have limited the number of visitors by employing an advance reservation system (entry for each group is valid for one hour). We also disinfect and clean after each group of visitors. We take visitors' temperatures when they enter the venue. Please refrain from visiting if your temperature is 37.5 degrees Celsius or higher, you feel unwell, you have cold symptoms, or you suspect you are a close contact of someone diagnosed positive for COVID-19.

Hikaru Utada: "PINK BLOOD" EXHIBITION Overview


June 5 (Sat) - June 18 (Fri), 2021

* This program has finished.




PARK B2/ Basement 2


Free (advance reservations/first-come-first-served)

Hikaru Utada official page http://www.utadahikaru.jp/