After more than two entire decades, Ushio and Tora have finally gotten their much-deserved TV anime adaptation. And now, they have gotten their own specially-dedicated karaoke rooms as well, as Japanese karaoke franchise Pasela, introduces their new Ushio and Tora room.


The Ushio and Tora room features a fully colored illustration of the series’ two main protagonists, Ushio and Tora (seen in the image above). The illustration has been made even more special, as the original manga’s creator, Kazuhiro Fujita himself, has paid a little visit to the room. In addition to autographing the illustration, he also drew an illustration of his own.

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And here I am just wondering what songs he sang…

Fujita both wrote and illustrated the Ushio and Tora manga from 1990 until 1996 as a weekly manga for Shounen Sunday. The manga received an OVA adaptation prior to its latest run between 1992 and 1993, however, no TV anime adaptation was made until now.

The Ushio and Tora room can be found in Pasela Akihabara Museum and will be open for a limited time until 31 August 2015.

source: Comic Natalie