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Bleach Exhibition Dates Announced With Character-Packed Promotional Video

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Bleach Exhibition Dates

The upcoming Bleach Exhibition dates have been announced. It will take place in Shibuya, Tokyo from December 18, 2021, to January 16, 2022. These dates came in a newly uploaded promotional video filled with dynamic character art. Tickets will follow a lottery system and open to the public on October 21, 2021.

DNP, a printing company, will host the Bleach EX. along with Shueisha. The companies will hold the exhibit at the Shibuya Hikarie building in Tokyo. As part of the series’ 20th anniversary, the exhibition will showcase a variety of key art from the series run and is the first of its kind in the Bleach franchise. Further, the promotional video animates some of the manga’s most prominent panels and introduces the series’ key protagonists and villains.

Standard tickets will cost ¥2000 (about $18) for adults, ¥1500 (about $13) for middle/high school students, and ¥1000 (about $9) for primary school students. There’s also a special ticket that comes with special exhibition exclusive Bleach merchandise, which will cost ¥3600 (about $32).

Alternatively, Klub Outside fan club members will get a chance to see the exhibit a day early, with two preview day lotteries being held from August 10 to 16, and August 20 to 24. Elite members will also be able to participate in a special talk event with Bleach creator Tite Kubo participating. The preview event will be held on December 17, 2021.

You can check out the official Bleach Exhibition promotional video below:

In other news, Viz Media recently released a special One-Shot Bleach manga in the latest issue of Shonen Jump to read for free.

The Bleach Exhibition will run from December 18, 2021, to January 16, 2022, with separate dates for Klub Outside members. Ticket lotteries will open to the general public on October 21, 2021.

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