“Orange” TV Anime Art Exhibition to be Held at Ikebukuro Parco

TV anime series “Orange”
© Ichigo Takano / Futabasha / Orange Production Committee

An exhibition based on TV anime series “Orange” will be held at Ikebukuro’s Parco Museum on November 3rd through 20th.

Created by Ichigo Takano, manga series “Orange” has shipped over 4.7 million volumes, earning live-action movie and TV anime adaptations. The upcoming exhibition follows the Special Shop in Matsumoto Parco event, held in the series’ setting of Matsumoto, Nagano Prefecture.

The exhibition will include artwork from anime character designer Nobuteru Yuki, original materials from the manga series, and a variety of related exhibits, as well as a photo spot and other unique attractions. Exclusive merchandise will also be sold, including items featuring artwork from Ichigo Takano and reproduction prints of Nobuteru Yuki’s designs. The merchandise will also be available from a pop-up store at Matsumoto Parco.

The exhibition will be open daily from 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM, closing at 6:00 PM on the final day. Admission is 500 yen for adults, 400 yen for students, and free for elementary school students and younger.

Reproduction print by anime character designer Nobuteru Yuki
© Ichigo Takano / Futabasha / Orange Production Committee

Merchandise featuring artwork from series creator Ichigo Takano will also be available.© Ichigo Takano / Futabasha / Orange Production Committee

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