It is officially announced today that "The Exhibition of Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon," the first art exhibition dedicated to Naoko Takeuchi's Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon manga series, will be held at Sky Gallery in Roppongi Hills Sky Deck's Tokyo City View section from April 16 to June 19. Hit the jump for more details.
For a limited time of 12 days between December 26, 2015 and January 6, 2016, Kotobukiya's Akihabara main store held a special exhibition "Danboard Modeling Festival" featuring Danboard (or Danbo), the cardboard robot from Kiyohiko Azuma's popular manga series Yotsuba&! on its 5th floor. Check the photo report after the jump!
To promote the release of the Blu-ray of the mega hit film Love Live! The School Idol Movie, Gamers' Akihabara main store has set up a special "Museum" section dedicated to the school idol-themed franchise on its seventh floor since December 4. The disc was released on December 15 and ranked No.1 in the weekly sales chart. Check the photo report after the jump.
The official website for the upcoming original art exhibition dedicated to the Psycho-Pass anime franchise has updated with its main visual featuring the three characters: Shinya Kogami, Akane Tsunemori and Nobuchika Ginoza. In addition, its official Twitter has also posted photos of the materials to be featured in the event. Check them after the jump.
A new exhibition dedicated to the Arpeggio of Blue Steel -Ars Nova- anime franchise, mainly featuring the recently-released all new film Cadenza, started yesterday, November 7, at Japanese anime/manga merchandise company Cospa's event space Geestore Osaka Annex. Check the photo report after the jump!
As reported several times, Japanese anime/manga merchandise company Cospa has its own event space named Geestore Osaka Annex in Ota-Road (official name: Nipponbashi-suji Nishidori Arcade). Its current featured titles are Kin-iro Mosaic and Gakkou Gurashi!/School-Live!. Check the photo report after the jump.
Tokyo Anime Center, located on the fourth floor of the Akihabara UDX building, was holding an original art exhibition for P.A.Works' ongoing original TV anime Charlotte between August 18 and 30, featuring various production materials such as original key arts, storyboards, character references and background arts. Check the photo report after the jump.
To help promoting the ongoing ufotable-produced TV anime adaptation, Tokyo Anime Center in the Akihabara UDX building was holding an exhibition titled "God Eater Visual Gallery" between August 4 and 16. Check the photo report from the final day after the jump.
Following the successful Tokyo event held from April 25 to June 28, the "Kishimoto Masashi Naruto Ten (Exhibition)" will move to the Osaka Culturarium at Tempozan in Osaka-city from July 18. Shueisha has posted two CMs for the Osaka event featuring the displays at Tokyo. Check the clip after the jump.
Following the anthology novel book published by Fujimi Shobou in January, an art exhibition to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Hajime Kanzaka's long-running light novel series Slayers will be held at Art Gallery GoFa in Aoyama, Tokyo, from July 11 to August 30. Check the details after the jump.
The official website for the upcoming first solo exhibition of popular manga artist Ume Aoki, best known as the author of the Hidamari Sketch manga series and the original character designer for the Puella Magi Madoka Magica anime, today updated with a main visual newly drawn by her. Check the latest information after the jump.
Getter Robo is one of the most famous super robot manga/anime franchises, created by Go Nagai and Ken Ishikawa in 1974. To celebrate its 40th anniversary, an original art exhibition will be held at art gallery GoFa in Aoyama, Tokyo, from May 23. Hit the jump for more details.
The official website for the upcoming "Kishimoto Masashi Naruto Ten (Exhibition)" today updated with the second key visual featuring the three generation of the Naruto family: Naruto's father Minato Namikaze, Naruto, and Naruto's son Boruto Uzumaki. It is also newly drawn by the manga author himself. Check it after the jump.
It has been confirmed that the Attack On Titan Exhibition at the Ueno No Mori Museum in Tokyo, which opened on November 28, has attracted a record 250,000 million visitors. In commemoration of the record, the museum will give an "Oiri-bukuro" with a message from the original creator Hajime Isayama from next Monday. Hit the jump for more.