FiFS Illustration Exhibition Plus will feature Persona 3 4 5 and more
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FiFS Illustration Exhibition Will Feature Persona 3, 4, and 5 Art

FiFS, the Japanese illustrator unit that helped create illustrations and manga adaptations for Atlus’ Persona series, will hold its own exhibition in Harajuku. The FiFS Illustration Exhibition Plus will run from mid-March 2024 to early April 2024 and include art from Persona 3, 4, and 5.

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The exhibition will run in two separate time blocks. The first part will run on March 16-25, 2024, and it will feature illustrations from Prince of Stride and Magical Boy XV. The second part will have some of those illustrations swapped with FiFS’ other original works from March 30, 2024, to April 8, 2024. FiFS will showcase the Persona series illustrations on both parts throughout the whole event duration. People can visit the exhibition free of charge from 12pm to 8pm JST, but it will not be available on Wednesdays since the day is a regular holiday for the venue.

FiFS is an illustration unit formed by Shuji Sogabe and Kanako Nono. The illustrators were involved in the manga adaptations of Persona 3 and Persona 4. The pair had also contributed to producing art for Persona 3 Reload, Persona 5 Royal, Persona 5 Strikers, and Persona 5 Tactica. Other than Atlus’ Persona series, the unit also designed characters for Bandai Namco’s The Idolmaster SideM and Super Robot Wars 30.

FiFS Illustration Exhibition Plus will take place at ACG_Labo in Harajuku, Tokyo, Japan, from March 16, 2024, to April 8, 2024.

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