Fate/Grand Order is one of the most popular game apps in Japan right now, and saying that is an understatement. Recently, the game added legendary Ukiyo-e artist, Hokusai, as a Foreigner-class servant. And because of this, the mobile game participated in an event celebrating one of Japan’s most famous artists. Called the “Hokusai & Tokyo: Colorful waterside Edo festival” event, it celebrated the artist’s works, as well as showed a captivating water projection show, which showed off Hokusai’s Noble Phantasm “Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji”.

The Noble Phantasm doesn’t just depict Mount Fuji, but also Hokusai’s Masterpiece, “The Great Wave Off Kanagawa”. The water projection show also featured other servants such as Mash Kyrielight, Shuten Douji, Kiyohime, and Miyamoto Musashi. They held the water projection show, as well as the Hokusai & Tokyo event last 17th March.

Unfortunately, the show did suffer from a few technical issues, so it started a bit later than planned. However, the audience enjoyed themselves as they watched animations from the game in a water projection. And with Odaiba’s famous Rainbow Bridge acting as the backdrop, it couldn’t get any more beautiful, right?

Source: Animate Times