The manga started its serialization in 1987 and has printed over 100 million copies in Japan. one for Osamu “God of Manga” Tezuka 28 years ago. will be also displayed.
6,500-yen advance tickets with “JOJO’s Sketch Stickers” will go on sale on June 23.
The official website for “Hirohiko Araki Jojo Exhibition: Ripples of The Adventure”, a special art exhibition dedicated to Hirohiko Araki’s 30-year-old fantasy action manga series JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, is updated with a main visual and more detailed information about the event.