Persona 3 The Movie #1 Japanese release date set

The Spring of Rebirth hits theaters on November 23.

The Persona 3 movie—Persona 3 The Movie #1: Spring of Rebirth—will launch in Japanese theaters on Saturday, November 23, Atlus has announced.

If you live in Japan, here’s where you’ll be able to watch the movie on release day:

Hokkaido / Tohoku

Dino’s Cinemas Sapporo Theater
Movix Sendai


Shinjuku Baltic 9
Cinelibre Ikebukuro
Toho Cinemas Kinshicho
United Cinema Toyosu
Tachikawa Cinema City
Yokohama Burg 13
Kawasaki Cinecitta
Toho Cinemas Ebina
Keisei Rosa 10
Movix Saitama
Cineplex Mito
Movix Utsunomiya
109 Cinemas Takasaki


T-Joy Niigata Bandai
Toho Cinemas Hamamatsu
109 Cinemas Nagoya
Movix Miyoshi


Umeda Burg 7
Toho Cinemas Nanba
T-Joy Kyoto
Cinelibre Kobe


Movix Kurashiki
Hiroshima Baltic 11


T-Joy Hakata

Ticket sales will begin on August 10 at the theaters listed. Consumers who purchase a ticket will obtain a character clear file and Persona leaflet (one of three types: Makoto Yuki and Orpheus, Yukari Takeba and Io, or Junpei Iori and Hermes). Tickets will cost 1,500 yen ahead of time and 1,800 yen afterward.

Visit the movie’s newly relaunched official website here. Watch a new trailer below.

Thanks, Famitsu.

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