Warner Bros. Studio Tour Tokyo – The Making of Harry Potter offers fans the chance to step behind-the-scenes of the spellbinding films and discover secrets of the wizarding world

The Studio Tour is the largest Harry Potter attraction in the world and the first Warner Bros. Studio Tour to open in Asia, providing fans the ultimate opportunity to journey behind-the-scenes of the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts films to learn about the remarkable world of film production.

Fans are invited to step into authentic sets, see spellbinding costumes and come face to face with magical creatures while learning filmmaking secrets. Visitors journey through iconic locations from the Harry Potter series, as they enter the Great Hall of Hogwarts, board the Hogwarts Express at Platform 9 ¾, venture into the depths of the Forbidden Forest, wander the cobbles of Diagon Alley or wonder at the mighty Ministry of Magic.

Hand-crafted by filmmakers, the sets have been created using the original methods and techniques, allowing visitors to see up-close the talent and craftmanship that went into one of the most successful film series of all time.

In addition, fans can get hands-on in a range of interactive experiences. Visitors can take part in a green screen experience riding a broomstick, see themselves as a moving portrait in the halls of Hogwarts and even step into the crowd of a Quidditch match.

This magical day out is completed by stopping for a refreshing tankard of Butterbeer, the famous wizarding drink, in the Studio Tour’s Backlot. Visitors can also sit down for a meal in one of the Studio Tour’s cafes which serve British-inspired menus and a range of magical sweet treats.

There is also a huge range of wizarding world gifts, souvenirs, stationery and much more to buy in the world’s largest Harry Potter shop with many items only available at the Studio Tour.

Tickets to the Studio Tour must be booked in advance for a specific time and date, allowing all fans to enjoy the world of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts to the fullest without the crowds.

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