Atom The Beginning, based on Osamu Tezuka’s Astro Boy, will get its own exhibition and event at the Osamu Tezuka Museum in Hyogo Prefecture. Tetsuro Kasahara, who wrote Atom The Beginning, will appear as a guest at the museum for a talk show and sign event on 30 April 2017.
During the talk segment, he will tell the fans about the first manga of Osamu Tezuka he read and which works left a great impression on him. He will also talk about how he came to work on Atom the Beginning and talk about the production process, his thoughts, and more. To get admission to the talk event, you need to make a reservation. You can reserve a spot starting 7 April 2017 9:30 via phone. The first 50 people will get a ticket to the talk event.
To participate in the autograph session, you need a different ticket. If you buy a volume of Atom the Beginning from the museum shop on the day of the event, it will come with an extra ticket to join the session. This event is also limited to 50 tickets.
Aside from those two tickets, don’t forget you will need to pay admission to the museum as well.
‘Atom The Beginning’ Exhibition, Museum Talk, and Autograph Session
Event date: Sunday, 30 April 2017
Event time: Talk show 13:00-14:00, Autograph Session 14:30-15:30
Venue: Osamu Tezuka Museum
Contact number: 0797-81-2970
Entrance fee: no extra fee needed to enter the special exhibition (museum entrance fee: Adults: 700 yen, Middle and High School: 300 yen, Elementary school: 100 yen)
Guest: Tetsuro Kasahara