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Tokyo Anime Center in DNP Plaza
Tokyo Anime Center’s new home is DNP Plaza.

The Tokyo Anime Center in DNP Plaza is holding the Kimi ni Todoke Exhibition – Subete no ‘Kimi’ ni Todoke from March 23 to April 15, 2018. Fans of Karuho Shiina’s hit manga will have the chance to relive Sawako and Kazehaya’s three years of high school through color illustrations, sketches, and rough drafts. The exhibit also features an exclusive photo spot as well as limited edition goods.

What is Kimi ni Todoke?

Kim ni Todoke (From Me to You) is a shōjo manga written and illustrated by Karuho Shiina published in Shueisha’s Bessatsu Margaret from 2005 to 2017. Over the course of 30 volumes, Kimi ni Todoke follows the love story between Sawako Kuronuma, a shy but earnest high school student, and Kazahaya, an outgoing, friendly classmate. Sawako, due to her resemblance to horror icon Sadako from the ring, often strikes fear among her classmates. However, Kazehaya’s friendship changes Sawako’s life and allows her to make new friends and enjoy her high school years. 

The manga received the 32nd Annual Kodansha Manga for Best Shōjo Manga in 2008. Production I.G. adapted Kim ni Todoke into an anime series that ran from 2009 to 2011.

Thanks to our friends at the Tokyo Anime Center and DNP, we had the opportunity to take photos of the fair for all our fans!

Subete no ‘Kimi’ ni Todoke

Kimi ni Todoke
The entire exhibit exudes a refreshing and light atmosphere that matches the manga’s refreshing appeal.
Kimi ni Todoke Exhibition
Kimi no Todoke ended last November. The final volume of manga hit bookshelves on March 23, 2018.
Karuho Shiina
Karuho Shiina’s illustrations cover the walls outside of the exhibit.
Kimi ni Todoke
Sawako also graces the walls as well.
Kimi ni Todoke Exhibition
Fans have a chance to take a peek inside volume 14 when Sawako and her classmates go to Okinawa. Here you can see a model of the shisha Kazehaya paints in the manga.
Kimi no Todoke
“The Legend of Sadako” greets you along with a famous illustration between Sawako and Kazehaya at the entrance of the exhibit.

In the next pages, you can see the multiple illustrations and pages from the manga at the exhibit. If you are in Tokyo, be sure to swing by to see more!

 

 

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