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Tokyo lesbian love anime art/photography exhibition cancelled, thighs suspected as sticking point

Cancellation of yuri event comes mere days before scheduled opening in one of Tokyo’s major anime fan neighborhoods. Anyone who was planning to go to the opening of Yuri Exhibition 2018 in Tokyo this coming Saturday now needs to make new plans for the weekend. The organizers of the event have announced that the gathering …

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Shonen Jump exhibition featuring classic '90s manga and anime to open in Tokyo

Old favorites like Dragon Ball, Rurouni Kenshin, and Yu Yu Hakusho will make an appearance. These days manga anthology Shonen Jump is known for its modern hits like Naruto and One Piece, but as you’ll see from the list of Shonen Jump’s best 20 sellers of all time, the weekly manga anthology magazine’s history goes back …

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FF 30th Anniversary Exhibition Reveals Exhibit Previews

Square Enix’s iconic Final Fantasy franchise is celebrating its 30th anniversary with an exhibition titled “Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary Exhibition – Wakare no Monogatari-ten -” at Mori Arts Center Gallery in Roppongi Hills from Jan. 22 to Feb. 28. The title translates to “Stories of Farewell Exhibit” with the exhibits themed around experiencing different “farewells” …

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Japan's 89-year-old cosplaying granny opens new photo exhibition in Tokyo

The grandmother who happily photoshops herself being run over on the street will be meeting fans at an exclusive one-night talk event during her show. While some people have been dressing up in costume and taking selfies of themselves since they were teenagers, for others, like 89-year-old Japanese grandmother Kimiko Nishimoto, this joyful sense of …

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