Manga Events June 2020: Manga Planet Listing

It’s the start of the rainy season here in Japan! With businesses in Japan slowly reopening after the state of emergency has been lifted, we have listed down the manga events happening in different parts of Japan this June 2020.

Please note that some of the events may be postponed or canceled without prior notice as a measure to prevent the further spread of COVID-19.


Rurouni Kenshin 25th Anniversary Exhibition: Apr 24-June 7 in Tokyo

An exhibition for the 25th Anniversary of Rurouni Kenshin will be held in Tokyo Dome City Gallery AaMo. An unprecedented scale of original and colored manuscripts depicting Kenshin and other fascinating characters will be on display.


Date and time April 24 until June 7, 2020 11:00-19:00
Opens at 15:00 on April 24, 2020
Advance viewing tickets are required on April 24 and 25.
Place Tokyo Dome City Gallery AaMo (Access Map)
Entrance Fee Advance Viewing Ticket (Can be used for the advance viewing schedule: April 24 and 25, for a limited number of people)
Advance Ticket: 1,600 yen
Advance Ticket with Goods: 3,100 yenAdvance tickets:
Adult: 1,400 yen
Junior High and High School Students: 800 yen
Elementary School Students: 500 yen
Entrance Ticket with Goods: 2,900 yen (Advance ticket only)On-site tickets:
General: 1,600 yen
Junior High and High School Students: 1,000 yen
Elementary School Students: 600 yen
Official Site (in Japanese only)


Moyoko Anno Original Picture Exhibition ANNORMAL: Apr 25-June 28 in Tokyo

“Moyoko Anno Exhibition ANNORMAL” will be held at the Setagaya Literary Museum. Over 500 drawings by Moyoko Anno will be featured. Moyoko Anno is known for titles such as Hataraki Man, Sakuran, Happy Mania, and Sugar Sugar Rune.


Date and time April 25 until June 28, 2020 10:00-18:00
(Entry to the exhibition and the museum shop will be open until 17:30)
Closed Every Monday
Place Setagaya Literary Museum (Access Map)
Entrance Fee General Admission: 800 yen
65 years old and over, university, and high school students: 600 yen
Junior high school students and younger: 300 yen
Persons with disability: 400 yen
Free admission on June 6 (Saturday).
Official Site (in Japanese only)


Drifters 15th Anniversary Original Artwork Exhibition: Apr 29-Jun 14 in Kagoshima

In celebration of the 15th anniversary of the manga Drifters on April 23, 2020, an exhibition of original manuscripts will be held at the Satsuma Kinzangura. A limited version Drifters “Shimazu Toyohisa” collaboration umeshu will be released.


Date and time April 29, 2020 until June 14, 2020 10:00-17:00
Closed every Tuesday
Place Satsuma Kinzangura Shochu Brewery (Access Map)
Entrance Fee Free
Official Site (in Japanese only)


Original Artwork Exhibition Kosaku Shima~Shiki~ Kenshi Hirofumi Original Picture Donation Commemorative Exhibition: Mar 14-Jun 14 in Kyoto

Kyoto International Manga Museum will be holding “Kosaku Shima~Shiki~ Kenshi Hirokane Original Picture Exhibition.” In the exhibition, the original copy of the Kosaku Shima series set in Kyoto, along with the work Hirokane-sensei donated, will be on display.


Date and time March 14 until June 14, 2020
First Half: March 14 until May 6
Second Half: May 10 until June 14Closed every Wednesday (except on April 29 and May 6), April 14
Place Satsuma Kinzangura Shochu Brewery (Access Map)
Entrance Fee Free
Official Site (in Japanese only)


Osananajimi ga Zettai ni Makenai Love Comedy 4th Volume and Goods Commemorative Fair

During the period, every time you purchase the target books, a round coaster will be given as a present (6 types). In addition, for every book purchased, a round coaster (6 types) corresponding to the book purchased will be given.
Illustrations are determined based on the volumes purchased. These cannot be chosen.


Date and time June 10, 2020 (Wed) until July 5, 2020 (Sun)
Place Animate Stores Nationwide
Entrance Fee
Official Site (in Japanese only)


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