With 72 volumes and 121 episodes, Naruto is one of the biggest manga and anime franchises of all time.
If you’ve got through all the books and watched all the episodes and you’re still wanting more than you should be able to get your fix here. The huge exhibition features original artwork, life size 3D models of the characters and an extensive range of merch.
At 2,000yen per ticket it’s not exactly a cheapo event (although you can get a 100 yen discount if you get your ticket in advance). If you’re lucky, you might even meet creator Masashi Kishimoto who is expected to be present for at least some of the festival.
The enormously popular Tokyo Comic Con (at least when it was last held in-person at the end of 2019) has now sprouted a version for all the comic and celebrity fans of West Japan. While Japan has manga and anime […]
The Aizen Festival is touted as the first major summer festival in Osaka of the year. Along with the Tenjin Festival and the Sumiyoshi Festival, it’s also known as one of the three big Osaka festivals. Known colloquially as “Aizen-san” […]
Compared to other festivals around the country, with only 3,000 fireworks, the Nagoya Port Fireworks Festival seems relatively small. Despite this, the scenic location for the event and its proximity to Nagoya attract a spectator audience of approximately 370,000 people. […]
Animage is an influential anime magazine that began publication in 1978. One of the early editors was anime producer Toshio Suzuki, who collaborated with Ghibli director Hayao Miyazaki on articles and manga for the magazine. The subtitle of the exhibition […]
9:30am – 6:00pm
¥1,300 – ¥1,500