Hiroyuki Takei‘s Shaman King manga is celebrating its 20th anniversary. And now, they revealed one of the celebratory events, and it’s a travelling exhibition! It will kick off in 23rd November inside Space 634 in the Tokyo Solamachi retail complex in Oshiage, Tokyo.

After its Tokyo run, the exhibition will be heading to Osaka’s the Abeno Harukas Kintetsu store inside the Abeno Harukas skyscraper on 4th December, before heading to Shinmachi, Aomori’s Tooku Nippo Shinmachi Building sometime in January 2020.

Takei debuted Shaman King in 1998, before abruptly ending it in 2004. He did release a “true ending” for the manga in 2009 though, with a reprinted issue. He also released several short stories with Shaman King 0 in Jump X magazine, before publishing the Shaman King Flowers sequel manga, which ran from 2012-2014.

source: Comic Natalie