Oshi no Ko Exhibition in Japan

The Oshi no Ko Exhibition will open in 4 cities: Tokyo, Fukuoka, Nagoya and Osaka!

Oshi no Ko Exhibition in Japan

Oshi no Ko Exhibition: Lies and Ai, based on the popular anime series Oshi no Ko, will be held in Tokyo, Fukuoka, and Nagoya in 2023! More dates and cities are scheduled to be added at a later date, such as Hiroshima, Sapporo, and Sendai. As of today, the Oshi no Ko Exhibition will be held at Ikebukuro Parco from June 2 to June 19, at Fukuoka Parco from June 30 to July 17, and at Nagoya Parco from July 22 to August 6th.

TV Anime Oshi no Ko Exhibition Lies and Ai is a large-scale exhibition commemorating the broadcast of the anime series Oshi no Ko, a story that depicts the entertainment world from a new angle. The story begins when Ai, the idol “B-Komachi”, appears in front of Goro, an obstetrician and gynecologist. The shocking tale of idols, friendship, love, passion, suspense, and mystery is gaining popularity currently and is becoming one of the trendiest anime of the moment!

At the Oshi no Ko Exhibition Lies and Ai, visitors can see the storyboards used in the TV anime and reproductions of the original drawings as well as a reproduction of the costumes worn in the story, and live stage video content. In addition, various memorable scenes from Oshi no Ko will be reproduced, and visitors can enjoy taking pictures at many photo spots.

Oshi no Ko Exhibition in Japan

Moreover, if you want to enjoy the world view of Oshi no Ko more, you can purchase tickets with Ai audio guides! Take your time looking around the venue along with the special Ai audio guide limited to the exhibition.

Oshi no Ko Exhibition in Japan

And there’s even more! For the fans of the series, original exclusive goods will be also available! Mini card collections and acrylic stands featuring characters from Oshi no Ko and more.

Along with the exhibition, a collaboration cafe Oshi no Ko will be held at THE GUEST cafe & diner on the 7th floor of the main building of Ikebukuro Parco with colorful drinks inspired by the main characters.

Oshi no Ko Exhibition Lie and Ai-

-Tokyo Venue (Ikebukuro Parco Factory 7F)

Map: https://bit.ly/3P1xkqt

Date: 2 -19 June 2023

-Fukuoka Venue (Fukuoka Parco 5F)

Map: https://bit.ly/3WVia85

Date: 30 June – 17 July 2023

-Nagoya Venue (Nagoya PARCO West Bldg. 6F)

Map: https://bit.ly/43PF4QO

Date: 22 July 22  – 6 August 2023

-Osaka Venue (Shinsaibashi PARCO)

Map: https://bit.ly/43oxc8S

Date: 9  – 25 September 2023

-Hiroshima Venue (Hiroshima Parco)

Date: November 2023

More details coming soon

-Sapporo Venue (Sapporo Parco)

Date: December 2023

More details coming soon

–  Sendai Venue (Sendai PARCO)

Date: January 2024

More details coming soon

Ticket details

Advance ticket/ticket on the day Admission fee: 1,500 yen with AI audio guide, 1,000 yen general

*Admission system for a designated date and time.  
*Last entry is 30 minutes before closing. Closes at 18:00 on the last day.
Ikebukuro Venue Advance ticket target date: June 2 (Fri)-June 4 (Sun) / June 10 (Sat)-June 11 (Sun) / June 17 (Sat)-6, 2023 18th (Sun)
Advance ticket release date for Ikebukuro venue: May 20, 2023 (Sat) 12:00 * Sold at eplus.
*Advance tickets can be purchased until 23:59 the day before admission, only if there are vacancies in the admission slots.      
* If there is a vacancy in the admission slot on the day, tickets will be sold on the day at the venue. 
*Regarding sales information for each day, it will be announced from PARCO ART official Twitter and each store official Twitter.
* Detailed information on the Fukuoka and Nagoya venues will be announced on the official website of the exhibition as soon as it is decided.

Official website: https://art.parco.jp/parcomuseum/detail/?id=1228

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