The Zero-One Others: Kamen Rider Metsuboujinrai Special Event will be reducing attendance, but fans can still watch online.
Due to Japan’s latest state of emergency, the previously announced Zero-One Others: Kamen Rider Metsuboujinrai Special Event is putting new restrictions in place so that the event can still be held.
The event will be operating at half the venue’s normal capacity which will strictly limit in-person attendance. Other precautions are also being taken such as socially distanced lines, hand sanitizer being provided, temperature checks for staff and attendees, and plastic dividers in areas where customers will be served face-to-face.
Those with symptoms consistent with COVID-19 or a temperature of 37.5 Celsius should not attend and may be turned away with no refund. Attendees are asked to remain seated as much as possible once seated.
For those who were hoping to attend in person but cannot due to the limited audience capacity, an online streaming option is available for 3,000 yen per viewer. Streaming tickets went on sale May 12th at 10 am in Japan, and the archived recording will be available to streaming ticket holders until the end of the day on May 23rd (Japan Standard Time).
The Zero-One One Others: Kamen Rider Metsuboujinrai Special Event will be held as scheduled on May 16th at Nakano Sun Plaza Hall.
Source: Kamen Rider WEB