Manga Souko is a chain of second hand stores found throughout Japan. Touted as a “recycle store”, they buy and sell games, DVDs, manga, books, clothing, furniture, toys, decor, textiles, musical instruments, leisure equipment, electronics, and collectibles. With stores located in the Chubu, Kinki, Chugoku, Shikoku, Kyushu and Okinawa regions, you aren’t too far away from experiencing one of these magical places.
At the Ishinomori Manga Museum, visitors can see a special exhibit featuring one hundred of Sanrio’s iconic characters. There is everything from cute displays of illustrations, company history, vintage character goods and merchandise, and advertisements for Sanrio’s most recent mobile dating sim, manga, and anime titled Sanrio Danshi: Never Without My Favorite Friend.
Attack on Titan has come to Tokyo Skytree Tower! Fans of the manga will definitely enjoy this exciting tribute with all the characters and artwork.
Summer in Japan and ghost stories have always been a pair. I ventured on a chilling adventure to the GeGeGe no Kitarou exhibition held at Sunshine City, Ikebukuro, in Tokyo. The exhibition featured the life of the genius that is Mizuki Shigure and his beloved characters.
If you are a fan of the master’s work, you would know that you have made the walk and have arrived at the Fujiko F. Fujio Museum just by staring at the many pairs of eyes on the brick wall outside. The Fujiko F. Fujio museum is a sanctuary for fans.