Entertainment | Nov 18

'Bungo Stray Dogs' manga exhibition features detective agency replica

NAGOYA, Nov 18 (News On Japan) - The "Bungo Stray Dogs" manga exhibition, showcasing action battles among famed literary characters, commenced on November 18th at Telepia Hall, located in Higashi Ward, Nagoya.

Set in Yokohama, "Bungo Stray Dogs" centers around well-known literary personalities such as Osamu Dazai and Ryunosuke Akutagawa, who battle using powers inspired by their literary works and pseudonyms.

Highlights of the venue include a collection of anime's replicated original drawings and a recreated detective agency from the series, serving as a photo spot for fans. Attendees relished the opportunity to snap pictures while holding themed merchandise.

This special event will continue at Telepia Hall in Higashi Ward, Nagoya, through December 24th, Tokai TV NEWS ONE reports.


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