This turned out to be a library then a museum. Very tiny selection of translated manga's available. For us it was a waste of time and money.
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This manga museum mostly contains walls upon walls of translated manga. There were a lot of people sitting down reading. It did have a few permanent exhibits such as a small overview of manga, one with plaster copies of artists' hands and a history of...More
It's rather a library than a museum. Most of the visitors just sit around reading manga. That's all it is. Shelf after shelf of manga comics and people sitting around reading it. If this sounds appealing to you it's a must see.
The museum is basically a library of manga (= comics), where visitors are allowed to read the exposed cartoons. The explanations and exhibitions are not too impressive for non-japanese speakers, and personally I didn't get much enlightened on japanese comics. But... it was fascinating to...More
If you are interested in Japanese culture, you will love knowing more about this kind of art. Though I watched little anime when I was a kid, this museum (and its core exhibition) showed me how important and diverse manga is: the different types of...More
Its probably unfair for me to review this place, my son enjoyed it, he's into Manga...it was in an old school building so that was cool reading about the history of the building. There were a couple of exhibits, like one where they had casting...More