Harajuku's Bunbougu Cafe has an interesting gimmick. The basement establishment sells stationery and, for a membership fee, you can get an key to one of their desks with access to writing supplies. If you buy into that idea, it's not a huge leap to see the logic in them hosting an exhibit dedicated to prolific "God of Manga" Osamu Tezuka.
Between this week and June 13th, the cafe will be hosting the moe/Akihabara style tributes to Osamu Tezuka's works from the "osamu moet moso" gallery, with art by folks like Jū Ayakura (Spice and Wolf), Noizi Ito (Haruhi Suzumiya), Takashi Okazaki (Afto Samurai), Akemi Takada (80's anime character design), Kei (Hatsune Miku), Haruhiko Mikimoto (Macross), and Range Murata (Last Exile) among others.
Tezuka's own stationary, along with his trademark beret will be displayed with a look at his works including Astro Boy, Kimba, Black Jack, Three Eyed One, Princess Knight, Marvelous Melmo, Mw, Rainbow Parakeet and More
A 3,500yen Dining&Drinking&Drawing package includes admittance, appetizer, two drink, such as the themed 100,000 horsepower, dessert, such as Astro Boy tiramisu.
a look inside the cafe via Japan Times