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added on : July 1, 2019

Celebrating 30 years of masterful art

Experience the art of master illustrator Takeshi Obata at his 30th-anniversary exhibition, "NEVER COMPLETE"! Known for his internationally acclaimed masterpieces "Death Note", "Hikaru no Go", and "Bakuman.", Takeshi Obata is a prominent name in the world of graphic design, manga, and anime. The title "NEVER COMPLETE" was chosen because Obata felt that there's always more to do to achieve the ultimate expression of his art. Whether you are a hardcore otaku, or simply curious about manga comics, you can enjoy 500 carefully selected pieces here.

Provided by the organizer

Provided by the organizer

Three zones, three ways to enjoy

The exhibition is divided into three zones. Zone 1 is dedicated to manga panels and drafts of Obata's beloved manga series. Zone 2 has illustrations featuring strange monsters, mechanical diagrams, cute girls and boys, and many more characters that Obata is famous for. Zone 3 focuses on the theme "NEVER COMPLETE" and will feature digital works, including samples of Obata's latest manga series, Platinum End. Finally, don't forget to check out the merchandise at the official shop, like this original magnet, and much more!

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30th Anniversary Exhibition: NEVER COMPLETE by Takeshi Obata

Address 3331 Arts Chiyoda 6-11-14 Sotokanda, Chiyoda City, Tokyo
Exhibition period July 13 through August 12, 2019
10:00-17:00 (until 20:00 on Fridays, Saturdays, July 14, and August 11)
Last admission 30 minutes before closing

Note: Special first-day ticket needed for entry on July 13.
Access Suehirocho Station | Exit 4 | 1 min on foot
Ginza Line

Yushima Station | Exit 6 | 3 min on foot
Chiyoda Line

Akihabara Station | Electric Town Exit | 8 min on foot
JR Lines
Other For updated information on opening hours, days closed, prices, and more, please check the official website.

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