The Japanese manga series "The Promised Neverland" has been popular ever since it was first published in 2016, and that popularity saw it expand into a TV series adaptation.
A special event at the Tokyo City View Sky Gallery will showcase various original drawings and scenes from the series, including items that have never before been seen by the public. Visitors to the exhibition can get a better understanding of how the storyline came to be, and immerse themselves in the charm of this much-loved series.
Adult admission to the event is 2000 yen, and advance bookings are required. Details regarding ticket purchases can be found on the official website here.
The Tokyo City View Sky Gallery is located 3 minutes on foot from the Roppongi Station's Exit 1C (Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line), or 9 minutes on foot from Azabu Juban Station's Exit 7 (Toei Oedo Line).
Parking is available at Roppongi Hills and is charged at 300 yen per 30 minute increment. When purchasing tickets at Tokyo City View, show your parking ticket and they can partially validate it to reduce the cost.
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