The first season of starts in early 2022 My dress up favorite has attracted the attention of anime fans. The sweet slice of life starring cosplayer Marin Kitagawa and her friend Wakana Gojo wowed everyone, so much so that My Dress-Up Darling was voted the best anime of the first half of 2022.

And while CloverWorks revealed the first teaser of the second season of My Dress-Up Darling, the original manga work by Shinichi Fukuda its publication in the magazine continues Young Gangan from Square Enix, which has seen an increase in sales over the past year.

Given the series' incredible success, the Shop Animate Ikebukurospecializing in products related to the world of anime and manga, has decided to start the 40th anniversary celebrations with one My dress-up darling exhibition. At the moment, work is being carried out in the building that houses Animate Ikebukuro to make the store the largest in its chain, after which a series of celebrations will begin March 16, 2022.

From the first day of opening to April 17, the My Dress-Up Darling exhibition will be held in the new exhibition space on the eighth floor of Animate Ikebukuro space gallery. The poster for the event is ready and you can see it at the bottom of this message. At the exhibition it will be possible to see Original illustrations by Shinichi Fukudaas well as real versions of the clothes from My Dress-Up Darling.

The new building of the Animate Ikebukuro will host many other events at the same time as the exhibition My Dress-Up Darling: with an available space 11 floors buzz, it will surely be fun. In addition to the Space Galleria, the building will also house a 208-seat theater, two rooms for events and conferences, and an anime bar. The other floors will be dedicated to the actual shop, full of manga, characters and objects related to the world of anime.

So let's do this best wishes to Animate Ikebukuro on his 40th birthdaywho will celebrate with a bang thanks to My Dress-Up Darling.

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