The romance manga series has printed over 30 million copies worldwide
The official website for the Fruits Basket anime franchise has announced that "Fruits Basket World Exhibition," a special exhibition to celebrate the 30th-anniversary of the Fruits Basket manga author Natsuki Takaya's artist activity, is set to be held at the Seibu Ikebukuro Department Main Store's Seibu Gallery in Tokyo from November 11 to 24, 2021.
The exhibition will feature original color drawings, manga manuscripts, and other materials by Takaya from her debut to the present with a focus on Fruits Basket. The works to be exhibited will include Fruits Basket (1998-2006) with its latest TV anime series (2019-), Fruits Basket Another (2015-2019), Phantom Dream (1994-1997), Tsubasa: Those with Wings (1995-1998), Twinkle Stars (2007-2011), and Liselotte & Witch's Forest (2011-2013).
- Adults: 900 yen
- College and high school students: 700 yen
- Junior high school students: 500 yen
- Elementary school students and younger: free
#高屋奈月 先生の画業30周年を記念した企画展が始動！— TVアニメ「フルーツバスケット」公式 (@fruba_PR) September 3, 2021