Fans of Negi Haruba’s The Quintessential Quintuplets manga—which inspired a 12-episode TV anime adaptation earlier this year and has a second season in production—are in for a treat. The series is getting its very first solo exhibition in Japan, with the event set to kick off at Ikebukuro Sunshine City this summer.
A bunch of different displays will be on hand for fans to check out, including new works from the manga author as well as scripts, production artwork, and life-size reproductions of the quintuplets’ bedrooms.
Here’s a peek at some of the art that’s on the way to the exhibition, which runs from August 17 to September 1:
There will also be new merchandise at the exhibition, but we’ll have to wait to find out what’s in store for that.
Source: Comic Natalie