“Nisshin Shokuhin Cup Noodle” with illustrations of the animation “kiki’s delivery service.” An exhibition of the TV commercial’s original illustrations will be held in Tokyo, Fukuoka and Taiwan!

08.October.2017 | SPOT

Illustrations used in the Nisshin Shokuhin Cup Noodle TV commercial illustrated by the illustrator, Eisaku Kubonouchi will be exhibited in Tokyo, Fukuoka and Taiwan.

 

【Nisshin Cup Noodle CM “HUNGRY DAYS Heidi version】

 

【Nisshin Cup Noodle CM “HUNGRY DAYS kiki’s delivery service version】

 

At the exhibition venue in Japan, related illustrations and panels which show the “making” process based on the original illustrations will be exhibited. The exhibition will consist of two periods, the first period and second period. The content of the exhibitions will be changed.

They will sell goods using the motifs of Eisaku Kubonouchi’s illustrations. Plus, they will hand out an illustrated poster or clear file (both items are not for sale) to visitors who spend more than 3,000 yen.

・Poster design

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・Clear file design

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Don’t miss this chance to see these original illustrations.

 

◼︎Information

【Fukuoka】
First period: “HUNGRY DAYS kiki’s delivery service version” 2017,10,14 (Sat.) to 2017,10,20 (Fri.)

Second period: “Hungry DAYS Alps no Shojo Heidi version” 2017, 10,21 (Sat.) to 2017,10,27 (Fri.)

Venue: HMV&BOOKS HAKATA

〒812-0004 9-1, Chuogai, Hakata Station, Hakataku, Fukuokashi, Fukuoka (Hakata Marui 6F)

※The exhibition will commence as soon as the store opens.

 

【Tokyo】
First period: “HUNGRY DAYS kiki’s delivery service version” 2017,10,25 (Wed.) to 2017,10,31 (Tue.)

Second period: “HUNGRY DAYS Alps no Shojo Heidi version” 2017,11,1 (Wed.) to 2017,11,7 (Tue.)

Venue: HMV&BOOKS TOKYO

〒150-0041 21-3,1st avenue, Jinnan, Shibuyaku, Tokyo (Shibuya Mody 6F)

※The exhibition will commence as soon as the store opens.

・Entering fee: free

・Taking photos is allowed

※Distribution of the amenities will end when stock runs out (venues at Hakata and Tokyo)

 

【Taiwan】※The date and time might be changed

Date: 2017,11,12 (Sun.) to 2017,12,10 (Sun.) to 2017, 12,10 (Sun.)

Business hours: 13:00 to 22:00

Venue, d/art, 2F, 14, Nidan, Bushogai, Bankaku, Taipei, 10844

Entrance fee: 100 gen

 

Autograph session and live painting: 2017,11,18 (Sat.), 19 (Sun.)

Works that will be exhibited: “HUNGRY DAYS Majo no Takkyu Bin version” related illustrations (including the illustrations that were not used) and other old works.

 

※The exhibition of “HUNGRY DAYS Alps no Shojo Heidi version” will not be held.

(※The date and content of the exhibition in Taiwan might be changed. Please refer to d/art’s official website RE detailed information)

Special website:https://www.meteorstreams.jp/exhibition201710

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