Nakayoshi 65th Anniversary Exhibition

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Nakayoshi 65th Anniversary Exhibition

An original drawing exhibition that looks back on the 65-year history of the shoujo manga magazine “Nakayoshi”

The “Nakayoshi” 65th Anniversary Exhibition will be held at the Yayoi Museum from October 4 to December 25, 2019.
Shoujo manga magazine “Nakayoshi” was launched in December 1954 and will celebrate its 65th anniversary in January 2020. This exhibition is a historical original drawing collection of masterpieces from different periods serialized in Nakayoshi.
The main works on display are as follows:
‘Princess Knight’ by Osamu Tezuka
‘Youkihi-den’ by Suzue Miuchi
‘Nanairo Magic’ by Yu Asagiri
‘Goldfish Warning!’ by Neko Nekobe
‘Sailor Moon’ by Naoko Takeuchi
‘Magic Knight Rayearth’ and ‘Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card’ by CLAMP
‘Sugar Sugar Rune’ by Moyoco Anno
‘Shugo Chara!’ by Peach-Pit

The official catalog ‘Nakayoshi Art Book’, which contains works of great manga artists, will be sold at bookstores as well as at the venue.

Nakayoshi 65th Anniversary Exhibition

©Nami Akimoto ©Yu Asagiri ©Yuriko Abe ©Moyoco Anno/ Cork ©Mia Ikumi, Reiko Yoshida ©CLAMP, ShigatsuTsuitachi CO.,LTD. ©Shizue Takanashi, Shunichi Yukimuro ©Naoko Takeuchi ©Megumi Tachikawa ©Tezuka Productions Co., Ltd. ©Neko Nekobe ©PEACH-PIT ©Futago Kamikita, Izumi Todo ©ABC-A, Toei Animation

Details

Event Name Nakayoshi 65th Anniversary Exhibition
Venue Yayoi Museum
Dates October 4, 2019 – December 25, 2019
Note 【Closed】 Mondays
*Open on October 14, November 4, closed on October 15, November 5.
*In order to prevent the work from degradation, the display contents of the colored works will be changed during the event. In the early stage, the middle stage, and the late stage, the venue structure and artists remain the same, and only the original drawings are replaced.
Open Hours 10:00 – 17:00
*Last admission until 30 minutes before closing.
Admission Adults 900 yen
University and high school students 800 yen
Junior high and elementary school students 400 yen
*Includes admission to the adjacent Takehisa Yumeji Museum.
Address 2-4-3 Yayoi, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo

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