58th Kamen Rider Photo Exhibition Opens at Ishinomori Memorial Museum

The 58th Kamen Rider Photo Exhibition is now available at the Shotaro Ishinomori Memorial Museum in Tome, Japan. Approximately 250 photos from 32 Kamen Rider series are on display.

Shotaro Ishinomori is the original creator of the series. Kamen Rider’s design was inspired from locusts in rice fields. The exhibit will showcase a large banner with the history of Kamen Rider, from the Showa to Heisei series.

 

 

In commemorartion of Ishinomori’s 80th anniversary this year, there is a 4 minute special animated show that is displayed for visitors.

There is also a statue of Kamen Rider 1 and Kamen Rider Build to greet visitors.

The special exhibition is available from Saturday, April 21, 2018 until Sunday, July 8, 2018. Admission is 700円 for adults.

 


 

Official Website: Shotaro Ishinomori Memorial Museum
Article Sources: Mainichi

 

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