Teasing Master Takagi-san Season 2 Celebrated With Exhibition at Shibuya PARCO

05.July.2019 | ANIME&GAME / SPOT

An exhibition will be held at the Shibuya branch of shopping complex PARCO to celebrate the forthcoming second season of the popular anime adaptation of Teasing Master Takagi-san which will begin airing on July 7.

 

Teasing Master Takagi-san is an ongoing romantic comedy and slice of life manga series by Sōichirō Yamamoto serialised in Monthly Shōnen Sunday. The manga has sold over 7 million copies. The first season of the anime series aired from January to March last with an OVA in July.

The exhibition will plunge fans of the series into its world with original illustrations for the anime and manga and more on display. Fans can also get their hands on exclusive merchandise including capsule toys and canvas art.

A3 Poster – ¥1,000 (Tax Included)

Acrylic Key Rings (7 Designs) – ¥500 (Tax Included) *Capsule toy; design given is random

Folder Set: ¥1,200 (Tax Included)

Canvas Art: ¥2,500 (Tax Included)

 

Fans of Takagi and her antics with Nishikata won’t want to miss out on this special limited-run exhibition.

 

©2019 Sōichirō Yamamoto・Shogakukan/Teasing Master Takagi-san Season 2 Production Committee

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