Cardcaptor Sakura Exhibition ‘Magical Art Museum’ Arriving to Roppongi Hills on October 26

19.October.2018 | ANIME&GAME / FOOD

Cardcaptor Sakura Exhibition: Magical Art Museum is an upcoming event that will begin on October 26, 2018 at the Mori Arts Center Gallery located on the 52nd floor of Roppongi Hills Mori Tower.

Cardcaptor Sakura is a shojo manga series written and illustrated by Clamp. The original 12-volume series was serialised in Nakayoshi from May 1996 to June 2000. Clamp revived the series in 2016 with an ongoing sequel series titled Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card that also spawned a 22-episode anime series that ran this year from January to June to huge reception.

The exhibition will take on the form of a “magical art museum” which has taken on the magical effects of the series’ numerous Cards. Over at “Tomoyo’s Sieged Atelier” there will be four battle costumes from the series on display. There will also be another six doll-size dresses handmade delicately by Monoka of Clamp – three each from the original series and sequel.


Upon arrival at the exhibition, the first art piece you come into contact with is “The First Archive” where both fans and those not as in-the-know about the series can enjoy reading about the series as talked about by the authors.

Star Burger: ¥1,706 (Tax Included)

Suppi’s Manpuku Curry: ¥1,566 (Tax Included)

Kero-chan Steamed Bun: ¥626 (Tax Included)

There will also be a themed menu at the exhibition from October 26 at the SAKURA Cafe & Parlor with food based on popular characters from the series, as well as non-alcoholic cocktails with motifs of the Cards.

Commemorative Plates: ¥2,160 Each (Tax Included)

Clear Bookmark Sets: ¥648 Each (Tax Included)

Fans can get their hands on a range of merchandise too with different designs including the exhibition’s main visual and chibi character designs. This includes plates, a mini tote bag perfect for when you’re popping out somewhere quickly, bookmark sets themed on the Card designs, and more.


If you’re a fan of Cardcaptor and will be in Japan while this exhibition is running then you won’t want to miss out.