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Oshi no Ko Exhibition Will Appear in August 2023

An Oshi no Ko exhibition will be open up for a limited time in the Urawa Parco in Japan from August 25 to September 4, 2023. It’ll feature storyboards from the show, as well as replicas of the original art. As well, there will be recreations of the outfits that the idols in Oshi no Ko wore for you to check out. [Thanks, Dengeki Online!]

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Tickets cost 1000 JPY ($7.15) and you can also get one with an audio guide for 1500 JPY ($10.75). Rie Takahashi, who voices Ai Hoshino in Oshi no Ko, provides the voice in the audio guide in-character. In order to use the audio guide, you have to bring your own smartphone and scan a QR code at the reception.

Aside from art and costumes to look at, there will also be recreations of key scenes from the anime. So far, it looks like there’s a model of the stage that the idols perform on for you to take pictures at. There is also exclusive merchandise for the exhibit. They are:

  • Acrylic panel: 2970 JPY
  • Ai’s Hairclip pin badge: 1100 JPY
  • Fragrance: 5500 JPY
  • “I Went to the Oshi no Ko Exhibition” Millet Cookies: 1080 JPY
  • Konpeito: 1296 JPY
  • Mini bromide collection: 440 JPY each/3960 JPY per box
  • Nyanmascot: 1980 JPY
  • Tote bag: 2640 JPY
  • Trading mini character acrylic stands: 770 JPY each/4620 JPY per box

The millet cookies above are different flavors depending on which character you get. For example, Ai’s cookies are strawberry-flavored and Aqua’s are caramel. You can only get Ai, Aqua, and Ruby cookies at Urawa. Kana, Memcho, and Akane are available at Shinsaibashi.

The Oshi no Ko exhibition will be at Urawa Parco from August 25 to September 4, 2023. Oshi no Ko is available on Crunchyroll.

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