|Illust. Asada Miho and Takamisaki Ryou.|
Former Rockman EXE mangaka Takamisaki Ryou assisted in the production of promotional artwork for the event, and contributed commemorative artwork to be displayed on-site, alongside similar works by Battle Story Rockman EXE mangaka Asada Miho.
Aside from a holiday on February 23rd and 24th, the Rockman EXE x Hanayashiki Mission has run continuously every day for this period. The mission as a whole is a sequel to the original Rockman x Hanayashiki event, which had a similar stamp rally, framed art, and merchandise drawing on the classic Rockman series rather than EXE.
|The Hanayashiki theme park exclusive PETs, a model of Progress PET.|
|Could it be...a CopyBot!? @ROCKMAN_UNITY.|
Stamp rallies of this type are a uniquely Japanese event, used as a way of getting participants to visit every location at a given event space. By filling out such stamp cards, participants both satisfy the host's desire to show off the space, and their own desire to win a prize or entry into a gift raffle.
Players were actually required to complete one such rally near the end of Battle Network 6: Cybeast Gregar & Cybeast Falzar, as part of the Cyber City Expo. (Coincidentally, Takamisaki also came across and recently shared this old Rockman advertisement from a 2002 Coro Coro stamp rally.)
|A 200 yen Higure-ya "chip trader." Original image uploaded by Time-wasting Doodleeeking.|
|A Rockmen EXE dish, with Blues' Elite Drink. Uploaded by @capkobun.|
1. Netto-kun's Favorite Set (Curry, Fried Rice, seaweed) - 850 yen1,000 yen.)
2. Rockmen EXE (men = Japanese noodles, as in ramen) - 690 yen
3. Gutsman's Hammer Futomaki (a type of rolled sushi) - 700 yen
4. Roll-chan's Roll Cake - 600 yen
5. Glide's Golden Tea - 600 yen
6. Blues' Elite Drink - 500 yen
7. Forte's Black Coffee - 600 yen
|"Rockman EXE x Hanayashiki, Mission Start!"|