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My Dress-Up Darling Anime Celebrates One Year with Special Exhibition

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The My Dress-Up Darling anime adaptation is nearly a year old, and it’s got some big plans to celebrate. Chief among them is an immersive exhibition that’s set to be held at the Space Galleria on the 8th floor of Animate Ikebukuro in Tokyo from March 16 to April 17. 

In addition to original art from the anime, those who attend will be able to check out reproductions of some of the costumes and will get one of four mini colored papers. An advance ticket lottery system will be put in place to handle admission, with standard and premium tickets available to purchase. Those who opt for the premium tickets will get the acrylic standee pictured below.

While details have yet to be divulged, a sequel was announced to be in the works for the My Dress-Up Darling anime back in September. 

The My Dress-Up Darling anime is currently streaming on Crunchyroll. Here’s the official synopsis:

Wakana Gojo is a high school boy who wants to become a kashirashi–a master craftsman who makes traditional Japanese Hina dolls. Though he’s gung-ho about the craft, he knows nothing about the latest trends, and has a hard time fitting in with his class. The popular kids–especially one girl, Marin Kitagawa–seem like they live in a completely different world. That all changes one day, when she shares an unexpected secret with him, and their completely different worlds collide.

Via Comic Natalie