A Bathing Ape and Nowhere's exhibition "BAPELAND" opened in Tokyo on Saturday. Held in creator Nigo's former house and studio, the showing consisted of items never displayed for the public, hundreds of objects amassed by the ex-owner of the space, furniture and rare merchandise.

Photos from the event show sculptures of figures wearing the iconic shark full-zip hoodie, immortalized in silvery pewter, prints of the kaleidoscope-colored camo print synonymous with the brand, neon lights, an OG Star Wars arcade game and BAPE-centric Krispy Kreme donuts. 

The exhibit runs until September 24, so if these photos above aren't enough to satisfy your curiousity and you'll be in Shibuya, take a visit to this unqiue retrospective. Entry is ¥1,000 JPY (roughly $10). 

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BAPELAND

Shibuya-ku, 

Jingumae 2-28-12