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'Haikyuu!!' original painting exhibition is now open in Sendai, never before seen illustrations displayed
September 19, 2020 at 7:28 PM PHT (GMT+8)
Never before seen illustrations from the two-year blank period of Karasuno members, which were not drawn in the main story, and Oikawa's cuts that went to Argentina after graduation are displayed in the new Haruichi Furudate's "Haikyuu!!" original painting exhibition which opened today at the TFU Gallery Mini Mori in Miyagi prefecture in Japan today, September 19.
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Exhibition corner of "Karasuno High School Volleyball Club". ©Haruichi Furudate/Shueisha
The "Haikyuu!! Exhibition" has been held for the first time in about two years since the last exhibition event at the Kamei Arena Sendai (Sendai City Gymnasium) in 2018.
The new exhibition introduces the members of Karasuno High School from the start of team formation, game practices, the inter-high qualifiers, summer training camp, spring high qualifiers, Tokyo national team deciding match, the 'All Japan Youth' and 'Miyagi: The History of the Prefectural' first grade selection, the spring high school championship, and the final chapter. The story was divided into episodes and was introduced using handwritten manuscripts and panels.
Original drawings drawn at the venue are also on display. Illustrations depicting the two-year blank period of Karasuno members, which were not drawn in the main story, and Oikawa's cuts that went to Argentina after graduation were prepared. Goods such as acrylic figures, tin badges, big towels, clear files, sticker sheets, and postcards are also on sale at the venue.
The "Haikyuu!! Serialization Completion Commemorative Exhibition" will be held until October 25. From December 26 of this year to January 17 of next year, the next "Haikyuu!! Exhibition" is scheduled to be held at the Hikarie Hall on the 9th floor of Shibuya Hikarie, Tokyo.