Attack On Titan Stage Show Cancelled After The Fatal Accident On The Set!

Renowned Japanese acrobat performer Kazutaka Yoshino died on the set of Tokyo Disney's Live Impact Attack on Titan stage show. Yoshino was inspecting the upper wire set up for the performance when he fell from 30 feet height.

Yoshino was considered as Japan's top male aerial performer. He was playing the role of unnamed Survey Corps member alongside actors Hiroki Miura as Eren, Minami Tsuki as Mikasa and Yuya Endo as Levi.

The organizers yesterday announced the cancelation of the show. In an official statement, Attack on Titan: Live Impact organizers stated it was unclear what caused the accident and that they were cooperating with the police investigation. The organizers promised to refund all the purchased tickets.

The official statement ended as "May the departed Kazutaka Yoshino rest in peace".

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