Kamen Rider

Oita City Museum Kamen Rider Exhibition Exceeds 10k Visitors

Current there is a Kamen Rider Exhibition at the Oita City Museum of Art. The number of visitors exceeded 10,000.

The 10,000th visitor was a ten-year-old elementary school student from Oita City who visited with his mother. He commented “I was surprised at first when I heard I was the 10,000th, but I’m happy. I look forward to seeing the life-sized Kamen Rider figure.

Kamen Rider first debuted on tv in 1971 and the latest work, Kamen Rider ZI-O, is currently airing. The exhibition showcases the Showa and Heisei eras and displays around 600 items, such as Kamen Riders, monsters, and motorcycles. There are also original artworks from the creator, Shotaro Ishinomori.

The general admission fee is 1200円, 900円 for high school and university students and free for junior high school students and younger.

The Kamen Rider Exhibition will continue until September 16th.

Article Sources Oita City Shimbun

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