‘Nodame Cantabile’ exhibition to be held at Tokyo Solamachi from October 8th

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The “Nodame Cantabile Exhibition” of the manga “Nodame Cantabile,” which celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2021, will be held from October 8th to 23rd at Space 634 on the 5th floor of Tokyo Solamachi.

At the venue, original goods will also be sold in addition to an exhibition that looks back on the story, such as the name at the time of serialization and the completed manuscript.

In addition to the general admission ticket, the lineup includes an admission ticket with limited goods (a mini towel in a turmeric box) and an admission ticket with the original author’s autograph session to be held on the 19th.

In addition to the Tokyo venue, it will be held from November 23rd to December 5th at the forum on the 9th floor of the Kintetsu Main Store Wing Building in Abeno Harukas, Osaka.

“Nodame Cantabile” is a manga based on classical music by Tomoko Ninomiya. The comical portrayal of the interaction between Megumi Noda, also known as “Nodame,” a student of the piano department at the College of Music, and Shinichi Chiaki, who aspires to become a conductor, and the people who are passionate about music.

In addition to the TV animation broadcast until the third season, a live-action drama and movie in which Juri Ueno played the role of Nodame was also produced.

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