Valentine's Day is a popular holiday in Japan, and the Shibuya Mark City shopping center in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan, is looking to cash in on this popularity by teaming up with Riyoko Ikeda's classic shōjo manga, The Rose of Versailles, in a Valentine's themed collaboration project. Hit the jump to learn more.
This year marks the 40th anniversary of The Rose of Versailles, Riyoko Ikeda's popular classic shoujo manga. In commemoration of the anniversary, many products featuring the manga have been produced in Japan. The most notable one is "The Rose of Versailles Toilet Paper" released by Bandai Life. Check the details after the jump.
Anime producer and distributor Right Stuf, Inc. is pleased to announce the acquisition of The Rose of Versailles anime series from TMS Entertainment.
Anime producer and distributor Right Stuf, Inc. announced its latest acquisition today: shoujo anime classic The Rose of Versailles. The complete series will begin streaming in the United States and Canada on Viki in December, with two limited edition DVD sets to follow in 2013. See a trailer and more past the break!
The June issue of Switch features a special segment about what manga teaches us about love and passion. In addition to a photo session with Kyary Pamyu Pamyu and interviews/essays from manga creators, ten masterpieces of romance manga were chosen by a battery of Japanese actors, artists, musicians, and more. Find out if your favorite manga love story got selected after the jump!
The Rose of Versailles is a manga series by Riyoko Ikeda in 1972-73 and probably one of the most popular shoujo manga titles in Japan even today. To celebrate the 40th anniversary, Keisei Rose Nurseries in Chiba, Japan, has developed a new kind of rose named "La Rose de Versailles/The Rose of Versailles". Check the beauty of the rose after the jump!