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Evangelion Exhibition
(エヴァンゲリオン展)

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Full-scale exhibition of the very popular anime 'Evangelion'. Over two decades after it aired in 1995, 'Evangelion' is still considered one of the greatest anime of all time with high popularity of all ages. This exhibition is officially supervised by Hideaki Anno and his team at Studio Khara, with 1,300 pieces of artworks and materials based on 'Rebuild of Evangelion'.

The display consists of four following chapters;
◆Chapter 1 History of Evangelion
Introduction of the history of Evangelion from TV series, 'Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion', comic series to 'Rebuild of Evangelion'.
◆Chapter 2 Birth of Evangelion
With an enormous number of images and reproductions of original sketches/videos, visitors can immerse themselves in the process of how Evangelion was born and see 'the sense of craftsmanship' by director Anno and his team.
◆Chapter 3 Background of Evangelion/Chapter 4 Original copies of 'Rebuild of Evanfelion'
Display of the center core of the animation, handwritten original pictures and background documents.

Events Information

  • Kobe, Hanshin

Address

6580032
2-9-1 Koyochonaka, Higashinada-ku, Kobe-shi, Hyogo

Contact Information

Reference Name

Kobe Artists Museum

TEL

078-858-1520

FAX

078-858-1522

Website

Kobe Artists Museum - Evangelion exhibition (External link)

Access

By Train

  • Transfer at JR Sumiyoshi Station or Hanshin Uozaki Station Approximately 1 minutes on foot from Rokko Liner Island Center Station

Events Information

Events Information

July 21 to September 24

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