Tokyo Revengers Art Exhibition to Open in Tokyo and Osaka in 2022

18.November.2021 | ANIME&GAME / SPOT

The globally popular manga series Tokyo Revengers has been serialized in Weekly Shonen Magazine since 2017 and has sold over 40 million copies. An anime series began in April 2021, and a live-action film made its way to theaters in July. In 2022, a Tokyo Revengers art exhibition will be coming to Tokyo and Osaka for a limited time. The event will be coming to Tokyo in January and to Osaka in March.

 

 

Ticket + Merch Bonus: T-Shirt

Stickers for Visitors (6 varieties)

 

 

*One sticker will be given to visitors at random. Guests cannot choose the pattern. 

*Stickers cannot be exchanged unless they are defective. 

*Stickers will be available while supplies last. 

*Admission privileges will be distributed only to those with paid admission. 

 

Teaser images for the event have already been unveiled, and the first ticket lottery is now underway. 

 

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