Osamu Tezuka’s Heroines Exhibition at The Osamu Tezuka Manga Museum will be held from March 3 to June 27, 2016. This is a great opportunity for Osamu Tezuka fans, since in this exhibition we’ll be able to explore the heroines that Tezuka envisioned. Tezuka created more than 700 titles including hits like Astro Boy and Black Jack. In his works we can find heroines, strong and delicate, with a great feminine impression. They had a feminine charm. They are exquisite and delicate as well as strong and passionate, like Princess Knight. In Black Jack and in The Three-eyed One we can also find great heroines.
Many female characters have appeared in his works, essential to understand the many stories that Tezuka told us. We can also find a great tribute to Tezuka’s heroines in the magazine MOE. This tribute is been made by 18 different people, including Hisashi Eguchi, Chika Umino, Shinji Hiramatsu, Masakazu Katsura, and Mamoru Yokota.
This exhibition is held in The Osamu Tezuka Manga Museum. Entrance costs 300 yen for junior and senior high school students, and 100 yen for elementary students. Anyone can attend the exhibition, which is going to be the 67th!
Remember: it’s going to be held from March 3 to June 27.
Opens at 9:30 and closes at 5:00pm (last admission at 4:30pm)
Closing on Wednesdays and national holidays.
Where to find it:
7-65 Mukogawa-cho, Takarazuka, Hyogo 665-0844