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A request to our visitors, to help prevent the spread of COVID-19

Those who have cold symptoms such as coughs and who are not feeling well, please do not visit the museum.

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A request to our visitors, to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 

A request to our visitors, to help prevent the spread of COVID-19

Those who have cold symptoms such as coughs and who are not feeling well, please do not visit the museum.

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The Man Who Draws: The World of Jiro Taniguchi

6/2(Thu)~8/29(Mon), 2022 [Plans]

Jiro Taniguchi, a manga artist who leaves a deep impression on readers by spinning a profound story sometimes lyrically and sometimes humorously with detailed drawing and composition. His outstanding skills and artistry are highly evaluated in the world, and it is known that there are many enthusiastic fans especially in Europe such as France.
We are pleased to announce that we will hold an exhibition of original paintings by Jiro Taniguchi in the summer of 2022. By observing each of the beautiful screens that you will be fascinated by in the original pictures, detailed drawings with a pen, layer and scrape screen tones, and use vivid and gentle colors rooted in natural colors. You can feel that it is the trajectory of the soul of one artist, which is made up of. When the details are decided, we will inform you on this site etc. Please look forward to it.
*This exhibition is now holding at the Setagaya Literary Museum (Tokyo) from October 16th, 2021 to February 27th, 2022.
* After it will be held in the Kyoto International Manga Museum, it is scheduled to be held at the Kitakyushu Manga Museum in the spring of 2023.
*You can see the outline of the exhibition on the Setagaya Literary Museum website "The Man Who Draws: The world of Jiro Taniguchi". In addition, some of the original drawings on display may differ when the event is held at our museum.

Closures

Every Tuesday and Wednesday (However, there will be no closure days between July 14 (Thu) and August 29 (Mon))

Venue

2F Galleries 1, 2 and 3

*Due to the spread of COVID-19, the schedule and content of the exhibition and museum closure can change. Thank you for your understanding.