～Shaft’s 40th anniversary～ The MADOGATARI exhibition in Sapporo! There will be gifts (A valentine card drawn by Junichiro Taniguchi and a specially designed clear file) to those who come to the exhibition.
The MADOGATARI exhibition is an exhibition that celebrates the 40th anniversary of Shaft, a company that creates series such as Puella Magi Madoka Magica and the Monogatari series and participates in a lot of animation production.
The main visual contents of the Sapporo exhibitions in February is announced.
The main work exhibited in the Sapporo exhibition includes a total of 8 characters in 6 animes: Puella Magi Madoka Magica, Monogatari series, Hidamari Sketch, Gourmet Girl Graffiti and Sayonara, Zetsubou sensei.
The MADOGATARI sapporo exhibition will be hold during the 67th Sapporo Snow Festival. The exhibition starts on February 9th (Tue) to February 14th (Sun) in the Sapporo Factory Hall.
Inside the exhibition, an introduction video on the concept of an upcoming work that links to Puella Magi Madoka Magica will be released. There are booths on the company Inu Kare Production and a video exhibition that uses three projectors that display videos on Ishin Nishio, who wrote Sayonara-Zetsubo sensei, and his novels, an original video with characters from Puella Magi Madoka Magica and Monogatari series. There are also exhibitions that give an overview of the Shaft’s development throughout these 40 years. Not to mention, specially designed original goods will be sold at the exhibition as well.
(p.s. due to issues with space, some of the contents are different from the exhibits in Osaka and Tokyo.)
There will be two gifts, a specially drawn valentine’s card and a special file drawn based on the characters that were shown in the exhibition in Osaka and Tokyo!
◆Valentine card drawn by Junichiro Taniguchi
◆Specially made clear file
◆Sapporo exihibition (some of the contents may varries from the Osaka and Tokyo exihibition)
There were 15000 visitors in the Tokyo exhibition this November and 16000 visitors in the Osaka exhibition this December. I, myself, went to the Osaka exhibition as well. It was a very nice exhibition and I could look through a lot of the original artworks. I really recommend this exhibition to all of you!
There are cases where no tickets are sold at the exhibition, so I recommend those who are planning to go to reserve a ticket in advance.
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