Kaiji Art Exhibition Takes a Gamble on Nakano Broadway in Fall of 2022

Two part installation includes unique character goods and photo spots reproducing scenes from Fukumoto's manga

Kaiji and his impromptu allies find their plans for victory in "limited rock-paper-scissors" stymied in a scene from the Kaiji TV anime.


Zawa zawa! Fans who like a little anxiety in their art are in luck, because an exhibition focusing on Nobuyuki Fukumoto's high stakes gambling manga Kaiji is heading to the Graveyard Gallery venue in Nakano Broadway, Tokyo, Japan in a two part installation that will run during the fall season of 2022.


The exhibition will feature artwork from Kaiji as well as its spin-off series (such as Mr. TONEGAWA: Middle Management Blues) as well as photo spots that reproduce famous scenes such as the "Steel Beam Crossing of Despair" and "The Bog" pachinko machine. Special character goods (such as T-shirts, keychains, and more) will also be available for purchase at the venue.


A promotional image for the upcoming Kaiji art exhibition that will run from September 29 - November 06, 2022, at the Graveyard Gallery venue in Nakano Broadway, Tokyo, Japan.


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The Kaiji art exhibition runs from September 29 - November 06, 2022, on the third floor of the Graveyard Gallery Venue in Nakano Broadway, Tokyo, Japan.


Source: Comic Natalie


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