Keiichi Arawi ‘Nichijou’ Collaboration Cafe & Exhibition Held Simultaneously at Shibuya Parco

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The collaboration cafe “Nichijou Restaurant” and the exhibition “Keiichi Arawi’s Imagination, Delusion, Imagination and Creation Exhibition” commemorating the release of the latest edition of the popular manga “Nichijou” by cartoonist Keiichi Arawi for the first time in seven years.

It will start at Shibuya Parco on the 13th. It looks delicious, as usual. At the Nichijou Restaurant, part of the menu, the pop and cute world of the work are expressed. Local menus from all over the world are available. In addition to the newly drawn illustrations at the venue, pictures studded with gags from work will appear. The attached shop prepared many original goods limited to the restaurant.

The store is TOKYO PARADE goods&café on the 6th floor of Shibuya Parco, and the exhibition period is until February 26th. For tickets and other details, visit the cafe’s official website. “Keiichi Arawi’s Fantasies, Delusions, Imaginations and Creativity Exhibition” explores what is happening in Keiichi Arawi’s mind from the three axes of manga, illustration, and animation and how it is done.

The content is to take a peek at whether the creation is born. The workshop will be reproduced, Keiichi Arawi’s self-portrait will be made into a costume for the first time, and original drawings and various treasured items will be exhibited. Sanrio collaboration, authentic goods drawn by Sanrio, catalogs, etc., will also be on sale.

The venue is GALLERY X BY PARCO on the first basement floor of the same building, and the exhibition period is until February 5th. Please visit the gallery’s official website for details on admission fees, etc. Keiichi Arawi was born in 1977 and held in Gunma prefecture. He made his debut in 2006 with “Comic Flapper.”

In the same year, he started serializing “Nichijou” in “Monthly Shonen Ace.” The work was done into a TV animation in 2011, and in 2012, “Nichijou E TVIt was also broadcast on NHK E Tele as a version.

After serialization ended in 2015, serialization resumed in the December issue of “Monthly Shonen Ace,” released in October 2009 for the first time in about six years. On December 26th last year, the 11th volume of the latest book was released for the first time in 7 years, and on the same day, the newest volume 1 of “Amemiya-san” was released.

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