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My Hero Academia: Drawing Smash, First Art Exhibition in Tokyo & Osaka in 2021

My Hero Academia or Boku No Hero Academia series has become tremendously popular among the otakus. Not only in Japan but fans all over the globe have been loving the series a lot. Recently, the poster of My Hero Academia Movie 3 surfaced online and it has summoned the feeling of excitement among the fans.

In an instant of time, a new hashtag related to the movie broke the internet, and soon the first teaser of MHA Movie 3 became part of every discussion in the Otaku community. This new surprise has left My Hero Academia fans startled for sure.

Not long ago, the official Twitter account of Audrey, a business owner in Japan, posted a tweet related to Boku No Hero Academia Art Exhibition. According to her, in 2021, My Hero Academia will be getting its first-ever Art Exhibition in Tokyo and Osaka. The exhibition will feature manga art made by Horikoshi sensei. It will be really fascinating to discover the art of our favorite characters by Horikoshi sensei.

Detailed Message –

BNHA ART EXHIBITION
Source: Audrey @Twitter

On December 7, 2020, the official Twitter account of Boku No Hero Academia posted a brand-new poster of this Art Exhibition with a message. The art exhibition will first begin in Tokyo in April 2021; afterward, it will continue its journey to Osaka, in July 2021. 

The information has also been updated on the official website of My Hero Academia. According to this, the organizer of the art exhibition will be ‘My Hero Academia’ Exhibition Executive Committee with the various sponsorship of Ensky, Dai Nippon Printing, TAKARATOMY, BANDAI SPIRITS, Bandai Namco Entertainment, Movic, and Lawson Ticket. 

Timings and Venue-

The official sources have confirmed that the My Hero Academia Art Exhibition will commence from April 23, 2021 (Friday) till June 27, 2021 (Sunday). The official timings will be 10:00 -20:00 JST, and the venue is Mori Arts Center Gallery (Roppongi Hills Mori Tower 52F).

Many fans have commented on visiting Tokyo next year, just to attend the Art Exhibition. This exhibition will be worth the money. However, a message has been attached regarding the ongoing Corona Virus Infection. If there will be an increase in the COVID-19 cases, this exhibition may be canceled or postponed. Therefore, let’s pray and hope for the best.


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