To the hometown of Fujiko F. Fujio!
To the hometown of Fujiko F. Fujio!

"Takaoka City Fujiko F. Fujio Furusato Gallery" will open on December 1st at the Takaoka City Museum of Art in Takaoka City, Toyama Prefecture, where the activities and works of manga artist Fujiko F. Fujio will be exhibited.

He has produced many masterpieces such as "Doraemon", and he spent his childhood and boyhood in Takaoka. At the gallery, while following in the footsteps of his hometown, he seems to be able to experience the origin of Fujiko F. Fujio's "manga" and the fun and fun of his work through many original drawings.

The main contents of the exhibition are various creative activities up to Tokyo, favorite items, original drawings, special exhibitions, etc. There will also be a gallery shop selling original goods and a library where you can read your works freely.

Reproduce the handmade "magic lantern" by Fujiko F. Fujio (* image)
Reproduce the handmade "magic lantern" by Fujiko F. Fujio (* image)

Held a special exhibition for a limited time (* The first time is "Original picture exhibition Doraemon Long Stories")
Held a special exhibition for a limited time (* The first time is "Original picture exhibition Doraemon Long Stories")

Original goods limited to the gallery are also on sale (* image)
Original goods limited to the gallery are also on sale (* image)

The gallery is located on the 2nd floor of the Takaoka City Museum of Art, 1-1-30 Nakagawa, Takaoka City, Toyama Prefecture. Opening hours are from 9:30 to 17:00 (admission is until 16:30). Please refer to the official website for admission fees and closed days.

Bonus: You can also enjoy the art of Professor Fujiko A at "Himi City Shiokaze Gallery"!

By the way, Fujiko Fujio A, who was active in the duo with Fujiko F. Fujio, is from Himi City, Toyama Prefecture. We recommend that the two fans also visit the "Himi City Shiokaze Gallery" in the same city.

The author, who visited three years ago, was able to enjoy the all-you-can-read corner of the original drawings and manga almost in a chartered state because it was a weekday, and was able to see the temple of birth with the guidance of the staff (Kaibutsu-kun and others). There was a stone statue of). After that, it was renewed and the contents of the exhibition were renewed as "Fujiko Fujio A Art Collection", so I will take this opportunity to visit both buildings again. * Please refer to the official website of Himi City for the location etc.

(C) Fujiko Pro Umi no Ouji / (c) Fujiko Pro / Fujiko Studio Obake no Q-Taro / (c) Fujiko Pro / Fujiko Studio
Takaoka City Museum of Art "Takaoka City Fujiko F. Fujio Furusato Gallery"
Address:1-1-30 Nakagawa, Takaoka City, Toyama Prefecture
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