Back in September of last year, plans were revealed for an exhibition celebrating the 30th anniversary of Gainax and Hideaki Anno’s Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water. More info has surfaced, setting up a schedule for the exhibition and revealing a nice key visual in the process.
The Nadia anime exhibition is right around the corner on February 17, and it will run until March 8 at the DAIMARU MUSEUM venue on the 15th floor of the Daimaru Umeda department store located in Umeda, Kita Ward, Osaka, Japan. Around 400 pieces of art—from storyboards to character settings, the original concept memo by director Hideaki Anno, and much more—will be on display while the exhibition is live, and there will be plenty of original character goods for fans to purchase.
Check out the key visual:
Regular admission advance tickets are priced at ¥1,200 yen (about $11), or fans can opt for the ticket and official exhibition guidebook combo for ¥4,200 ($40). Tickets are 300 yen extra at the door.
Source: Anime! Anime! via Crunchyroll