Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Exhibition in Japan 2021–2022
Kimetsu no Yaiba Gotoge Koyoharu Exhibition to be Held in Tokyo and Osaka in 2021–2022
Kimetsu no Yaiba: Demon Slayer is a mega hit Japanese manga/anime series that has sold over 150 million comics and its animated film “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Mugen Train” which was released in October 2020 made over 500 million dollars at worldwide box office. Demon Slayer has been taking the world by storm and there have been numbers of special events and collaborated products related to its manga/anime series such as UNIQLO T-Shirt Collection, cosmetics collection, Tamagotchi, themed cafe and more.
It was recently announced that Kimetsu no Yaiba Gotoge Koyoharu Exhibition, the special exhibition focusing on the mange series of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba will be held in Japan 2021–2022. The exhibition will first take place at Mori Arts Center Gallery, Tokyo from 26 October to 12 December 2021, then at Grand Front Osaka from 14 July to 4 September 2021.
The exhibition features a large number of original drawings by the creator Koyoharu Gotoge and brings out the fascinating world of Demon Slayer. There will be also life-sized figures of the characters as well as the exhibition of selected famous scenes of its manga series.
The original merchandise will be also sold at the exhibition. In addition, visitors at Tokyo venue will be given a special illustration card as a gift.
Tickets for the exhibition costs 2,000 yen for adult, 1,500 yen for middle and high school students, and 1,000 yen for elementary school students. All tickets should be booked in advance with with specified date and time as limited number of visitors are allowed on each round and same-day tickets won’t be available. The lottery registration for tickets will be available from 11 September 2021.
You can check further information from their official website: https://kimetsuten.com/
<<Kimetsu no Yaiba Gotoge Koyoharu Exhibition>>
-Tokyo Venue (Mori Arts Center Gallery)
Date: 26 October to 12 December 2021
-Osaka Venue (Grand Front Osaka)
Date: 14 July to 4 September 2022
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