The Osamu Tezuka Manga Museum is one of the biggest manga museums on Earth. It also boasts one of the biggest collections of manga memorabilia as well. And now, they announced that for a limited time, they will be displaying artworks from Kiyohiko Azuma’s Yotsuba&! manga.

The exhibition itself runs from 20th March until 27th June 2020. Getting inside the exhibition will cost adults 700 yen, 300 yen for middle school and high school students, and then 100 yen for elementary students.

It will feature various memorabilia from the manga, as well as production materials and drawings from Azuma-sensei himself.

Synopsis (via Yen Press):

Yotsuba is a strange little girl with a big personality! Even in the most trivial, unremarkable encounters, Yotsuba’s curiosity and enthusiasm quickly turn the everyday into the extraordinary! Join Yotsuba’s adventures as she explores the wonders of the world around her!

Source: Comic Natalie