Geestore Osaka Annex is an anime specialized gallery which is located in the Nippombashi district of Osaka-city, a street also known as Otaroad (means "Road of Otaku"). The gallery is now holding a special exhibition featuring the Infinite Stratos anime series. Check the exclusive photo report after the jump!
In commemoration of the broadcast of the final three episodes this month, Geestore Osaka Annex in Otaroad, Osaka-city is now holding a special exhibition featuring the Oreimo (Ore no Imouto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai) TV anime series. Check the photo report after the jump!
Gintama: The Movie: The Final Chapter: Be Forever Yorozuya was released in Japan on July 6 and has been a major hit at the box office. In commemoration of the release, Umeda Burg 7 in Osaka-city has been holding a special exhibition titled "Soul of Silver: The Man Called Gintoki Sakata." Check the photo report after the jump.
Fairywood Glass Museum in Okayama Prefecture is now holding a special exhibition titled "Kagami no Sato Naruto Exhibition" featuring many Naruto-related materials including 10 glass art works inspired by the items in the Naruto world such as Hitaiate (ninja head band) and Sharingan. Check the details after the jump.
The official site for Hirohiko Araki, the creator of the long-running JoJo's Bizarre Adventure manga, announced on June 19th that an art exhibition titled "HIROHIKO ARAKI AN EXCLUSIVE MANGA EXHIBITION IN FLORENCE" will be held in Firenze, Italy, from June 28th to July 14th. Hit the jump for more details.
The long-awaited newest Evangelion film Evangelion 3.0: You Can (Not) Redo finally hits Japanese theaters tomorrow. Bell Foods, a food company based in Hokkaido, has announced they will release "Evangelion Soup Curry" featuring the five Eva characters in commemoration of the movie release. Check the product photos after the jump.
Geestore Osaka Annex in Otaroad, Osaka-city, is now holding a special exhibition featuring the TV anime series Tari Tari, which is now available on Crunchyroll. You can check a lot of production materials and limited character goods from the series. Hit the jump for the photo report!
The Osamu Tezuka Manga Museum in Takarazuka-city, Hyogo Prefecture, is now featuring an exhibition of the super-popular anime series Evangelion. The exhibition, which began on June 29 and runs through Oct 22, displays replicas of the costumes and life-size figures of the popular characters, production sketches, storyboards, and many items from the series. Check the exclusive photo report from Japan after the jump!
Tokyo Anime Center in the Akihabara UDX building opened in March of 2006. Their event gallery had held many anime-related events. Due to the repair works, the facility was closed temporarily on February 6. Their last exhibition featured a 2012 winter anime Lagrange -The Flower of Rin-ne. Check the photo report after the jump.
3331Arts Chiyoda, an art gallery in Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo, will hold "Katsuhiro Otomo GENGA Exhibition" from April 9 to May 30. "GENGA" means original arts in Japanese. The event will display the original arts from Otomo's representative manga works such as AKIRA and Domu, and his art books "KABA" and "KABA2". Hit the jump for more information.
"Manga・Manga・Manga Exhibition! 2011" has started at Yokoyama Memorial Manga Museum in Kochi-city since yesterday. It is the 10th original arts exhibition by the two major manga artist groups in the city, "Kochi Manga Shudan (Kochi Manga Group)" and "Kuijira no Kai (The Whale Club)". Probably their works are a little different from typical manga style, but still very unique and original. Check their works after the jump!
Tokyo Anime Center in Akihabara, a facility created to promote Japanese anime, is also holding the Steins;Gate section on the opposite side of the YuruYuri section in their anime exhibition. They display the posters, videos, production materials, and a ton of merchandise of the series as well. Take another photo tour after the jump!
Tokyo Anime Center in the Akihabara UDX building, a facility created to promote Japanese anime, has been holding an exhibition featuring two of the most popular 2011 summer anime, Yuruyuri and Steins;Gate since September 6. It has become a must-go place for Japanese and foreign otaku who visit the Akihabara town. Check the photo report after the jump!