Rurouni Kenshin is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a bang. The celebrations include two new live-action movies, as well as a new 25th anniversary exhibition. They call the latter the “Rurouni Kenshin 25th Anniversary Exhibition,” and it’s the first-ever exhibition for the series. And now, mangaka Nobuhiro Watsuki himself has drawn the key visual for the upcoming event:

The exhibition itself celebrates 25 years of Rurouni Kenshin. It will boast over 200 original illustrations from the manga’s 1994-1999 run, as well as character designs. It will also feature various production materials from the anime and live-action movies as well.

The staff have now launched an official website for the exhibition, and it features the new visual. As for the exhibition itself, it will run from April 24 until June 7, 2020, over at the Gallery AaMo in Tokyo Dome City. Adult tickets cost 1,600 yen per day, while middle and high school students can get in for 1,000 yen. Elementary School student tickets cost 600 yen.

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source: Rurouni Kenshin 25th Anniversary Exhibition official Website

 

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