Official Theme Song


Violinist Miyamoto Emiri

The age of the dinosaurs. What sort of landscape would these dinosaurs have looked out upon each day? Listen to "Laramidia" and you will travel backward in time, the dinosaurs and their world hurtling into view. The powerful melody makes you feel the majesty of our planet's history...and of our current age. Two musicians making their "voices" heard through their instruments, and touching the hearts of countless people.
Violinist. Born in Tokyo.
At age 14, won first prize at the German Youth Music Competition in Dusseldorf. After playing in several orchestras, including the Seiji Ozawa Opera Project and the NHK Symphony, released her debut album smile in 2007.
Has appeared in a number of television programs and commercials.
In 2017, 10 years after her first album, released the album amour, and gave a 10th anniversary concert at Bunkamura Orchard Hall. In 2018, released classique, an album of classical pieces. On April 8, 2020, released the EP Life, and will be touring Billboard Live venues in Tokyo, Yokohama and Osaka in May and June 2021.
Her instrument is a Domenico Montagnana (1720-1730) on loan from the nonprofit group Yellow Angel.
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Songwriter, Producer & Guitarist DAITA

The ancient island continent known as Laramidia. Imagine a day in that prehistoric era: the sun shines warm and bright, and a cool, gentle breeze sweeps the land, as all around you, dinosaurs flourish...and battle for supremacy. This is the landscape—dinosaurs fighting for survival amid the grandeur of Mother Nature—conjured up by the musical composition we have named "Laramidia." It is a sweeping song, with majestic, elegant guitar and violin. What beautiful tone! What amazing technique! We sincerely hope you enjoy this innovative collaboration between two extraordinary soloists.
Debuted as the guitarist for Siam Shade in 1995. Their single "1/3 no Junjo na Kanjo" was a huge hit, with sales exceeding 800,000.
Longtime touring guitarist for Kyosuke Himuro. Thanks to his exceptional technical proficiency, became the first Japanese guitarist to appear as part of the world-renowned G3 tour. One of Japan's greatest guitarists.
Began working internationally in 2013, and made his American debut with the self-titled album of LA "international project band" Breaking Arrows. Currently, in addition to performing and producing his own music, does songwriting and guitar performance for other artists in a wide range of genres.
THE GUITAR EMISSION - STRING ART –, a DVD featuring a live recording of his new album Melodicfall, on sale now.
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Official Characters

Dinosaur Biyori

Dinosaur Biyori ©Dinosaur Homeowners Association

Aniplex, Fanworks and Sony Creative Products have teamed up to create Dinosaur Biyori, an animation about dinosaurs done in a laid-back, surreal style. It premieres this April.
The premise is that three dinosaurs—Tyrannosaurus, Triceratops and Stenonychosaurus—are roommates in our present day world. See the surreal adventures that unfold in the apartment of these modern-day dinos.

Official Cheerleading
TV Program

Mr. Dinosaur's
Dinos Are Awesome!


Mr. Dinosaur will be your guide on the official DinoScience TV program, scheduled to premiere on Kids Station and Animax in July. On this edutainment program, learning about dinosaurs is a fascinating window into the history and the scale of our planet, and the environmental problems we currently face. Watch as children compete to rule Dinosaur Island, and take the Dinosaur Quiz with Gobbles the Tyrannosaurus! Follow Mr. Dinosaur on this incredible adventure into the world of the dinosaurs!

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Animax Official Website

Our Covid-19
Safety Measures

Guidelines During Your Visit

  • We will take your temperature as you enter the venue. If your temperature is 37.5°C or above, you will not be allowed entry. Please also refrain from attending if you feel unwell or have any symptoms of flu or cold.
  • You must wear a mask at all times inside the venue. Masks are optional for children age 2 and under. It is the responsibility of parents and guardians to ensure that children age 3 and up do not feel uncomfortable or unwell as they wear their masks.
  • Please practice physical distancing both prior to entry and inside the venue.
  • Please wash and disinfect your hands thoroughly.
  • We recommend that you follow Kanagawa Prefecture's official Line account for coronavirus alerts, and download the government's Covid-19 Contact-Confirming App (COCOA).

What We Are Doing

  • We take your temperature upon entry.
  • We have set up hand sanitizing stations at various locations around the venue, including the entrance.
  • We conduct regular disinfecting, cleaning and ventilation of the venue.
  • Our staff members receive regular temperature and wellness checks. They wash and disinfect their hands thoroughly, and wear masks at all times.
  • We regulate entry so that the venue never gets too crowded.
  • We have implemented measures to prevent airborne transmission of Covid-19 at ticket kiosks, areas where food & drink are allowed, the museum shop, etc. Cashless payment is recommended. Cash payments will be handled using coin trays to minimize contact.

Please refrain from attending if any of the following apply to you.

  • Fever (temperature of 37.5℃ or above)
  • Cold-like symptoms such as cough or sore throat
  • Fatigue or trouble breathing
  • Loss of smell or taste
  • Recent close contact with anyone who has tested positive for Covid-19
  • A member of your household or anyone you see regularly may currently have Covid-19
  • You have, in the past 14 days, been in a country or region to which Japan has entry restrictions or requires monitoring upon return, or had close contact with anyone who has been in one of these countries or regions.

In addition, please note that the current situation is evolving. A rise in Covid-19 cases, new regulations from the government, or changing circumstances at the venue itself may lead to revision or suspension, without notice, of ticket sales, admissions, or exhibition management policies. We thank you for your understanding.

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