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Fujieda City Hall Fujieda City Literature Museum Special Exhibition “Aki Kondo’s Work Exhibition”

Fujieda City Hall
Fujieda City Literature Museum Special Exhibition “Aki Kondo’s Work Exhibition” First time in the prefecture! Exhibiting original drawings such as Rilakkuma ……
An exhibition of original drawings by Aki Kondo, who created the character design for Rilakkuma, will be held at the seventh venue in Japan and the first in Shizuoka Prefecture to commemorate the 20th anniversary of his career as a writer.
On display will be hand-drawn original drawings of characters created by Aki Kondo and loved across generations and countries, such as Rilakkuma and Moffy the Rabbit.
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・Focusing on Rilakkuma’s original drawings (approximately 90 pieces), his debut picture book, “Mikan from the Tree” (2002), new picture books, “Yume Ginkou” (2021), and “Ohagi-chan” (2023) We will comprehensively introduce the works of Aki Kondo, a popular character designer.
・You can enjoy the laid-back and cute world of Aki Kondo’s works through approximately 180 hand-drawn original drawings drawn in delicate and gentle colors. This is a work that gently warms the hearts of those who see it.
・Goods designed with Aki Kondo’s characters such as “Rilakkuma,” “Moffy the Rabbit,” and “Ossan Meow” – Stationery, tote bags, key chains, postcards, picture books, manga, and other original goods from “Aki Kondo’s Work Exhibition” – about 180 items We sell types. Reference information
Aki Kondo Born in Ehime Prefecture. In 1997, joined the stationery company Design Office. Responsible for character designs and product designs such as “Rilakkuma” and “Mikanbouya.” After leaving the company in 2003, he worked as a freelance designer of characters and the production of picture books. His main works include “Mofy the Rabbit,” “Meow-Ossan,” and “Ofuton-san.” In 2020, Yume Ginkou (Hakusensha) won the 12th Libro Picture Book Award and the 5th place in the 14th MOE Picture Bookstore Award in 2021.
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Date and time: June 15th (Sat) – August 18th (Sun) 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Closed: Mondays (open on July 15th and August 12th), July 16th (Tuesday), August 13th (Tuesday)
Venue: Fujieda City Local Museum and Literature Museum (500 Wakaoji, Fujieda City)
Special exhibition fee: 600 yen for adults (480 yen for groups of 20 or more), free for junior high school students and younger
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https://prtimes.jp/a/?f=d109487-138-b4ea766ab0a06e1442e4a4c04fa03ecd.pdf More details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000138.000109487.html



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