The saga of Comiket, Tokyo Big Sight, and the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo continues with a new wrinkle: it appears Comiket organizers maybe be seeking new venues in Osaka and / or Nagoya. Hit the jump to learn more.
Namco's Osaka Nipponbashi store is now opening two Chara Pop Store at the same time on its first floor, one for the Haikyu!! anime series, another for GANGSTA. Chara Pop Store is a time-limited mini merchandise in-store shop dedicated for one specific anime title. Check the photo report 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.
I'm not sure if attempting to eat Koro-sensei is the most effective method of assassination, but that won't stop Osaka residents from trying when the Chara-yaki Store begins vending Assassination Classroom baked goods in May of 2015. Hit the jump to learn more.
Geestore Annex Osaka is Cospa's associate company Geestore's event space located in Osaka Otaroad for multiple purposes, mainly exhibitions for popular anime/game franchise. It now opens as a time-limited shop and exhibition space for Spike Chunsoft's hit game series Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc. Check the photo report after the jump.
The Idolm@ster Museum, which is located on the second floor of the Namco Osaka Nipponbashi store, is the place where the fan of the series in Kansai region gather together. It now features Hibiki Ganaha, who is a member of Project Fairy and recently had her birthday on October 10. Check the latest photo report after the jump!
Umeda Burg 7, one of the biggest cinema complexes in Osaka-city, has occasionally hold a special exhibition for anime films being released. Following the one for Gintama: The Movie: The Final Chapter in July, it now features the anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day film. Check the 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!