Kaoru Mori’s A Bride’s Story Gets First Original Art Exhibition – Interest


Kaoru MoriPopular cartoons Bride story ((((Otoyome / Story) Held the first solo exhibition at “Tokorozawa Sakura Town” in Tokorozawa City, Saitama Prefecture.The exhibition is Kadokawa It runs on JST from February 23rd to March 21st from 10am to 6pm. Tickets went on sale on January 28th.

Die-Otoyome / Story The exhibition (Die simply means big) contains over 100 impressive detailed illustrations, both in color and black and white, hand-painted by Mori himself.

In addition to the artwork, there will be a special lunch menu inspired by Central Asian cuisine, a collaborative cultural event in collaboration with a representative embassy in Central Asia, and event products designed with original illustrations by the author.

Mori also left a personal message about the exhibition.

“”Bride story, Set in Central Asia (or the entire Central Eurasia), is a less exposed region in Japan. I hope that the exhibition will be seen by more people and that the fans will enjoy it.

This is an exhibition that introduces not only manga but also Central Asian culture. Fans will of course enjoy the show, but even non-readers should have a good time learning about the cultures of each region and country. Through manga media, manga artists like me can form distant connections with my readers. However, in this exhibition, I hope that we can shorten the distance as much as possible and build a deeper connection. The exhibition will be about a month longer than a regular exhibition, so be sure to check it out. I am also looking forward to it. “

Exhibition tickets can be purchased with Lawson tickets. We offer two types of tickets, regular and special. Regular tickets are 1,000 yen per ticket, special tickets are 2,500 yen per ticket, and come with a flat pouch and two character badges (randomly selected from five designs). Click here for more information on the exhibition.

Kaoru Moriof Bride story Henry Smith travels to Turkic Central Asia in the 19th century, tracing the “Otoyome” and his tribes he met along the way. The series started in 2008 and has won numerous awards such as the 2012 Angouleme International Manga Festival Intergenerational Award, the 2014 Manga General Award, and the 2016 Eisner Award. Currently, it is published below. KadokawaAokishi magazine, 13 volumes have already been published.

Source: Press Release


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