Every day's trip takes into account the interests of bear children. I saw a two-city, and immediately filled him with a Kyoto Comic Museum. As the first museum of Japanese comic book collection, comic books from ancient times to the present all exist here. The reading room on the second floor is very exposed to age, and the best-selling cartoons published in that year are arranged according to the year. Silently find "Dragon Ball" "Saint Warrior Star Vector" "Dunk Master", you know how old I am. (frown)
Fantastic Paradise! Manga began at the end of the shogunate, more than a hundred years old. The library introduced the development of cartoons, the production of cartoons and the cartoon industry chain. There is a traditional paper show at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Audiences are young and old, Japanese, French, New Zealanders, and of course I am a Chinese. Marvel at the expression of Big Sister. Everyone was very happy. If only I could speak Japanese, it would be the same as when a mouse falls into a rice bowl.
Primary school buildings have been rebuilt with a strong sense of history. Japanese children in the playground in front of the pavilion lie there reading. It contains comic books spanning nearly 50 years. On the first floor, there are sales comic books around them. If they are fans, they are recommended.
Located in Zhongjing District of Kyoto City, the old building of Jiulong Primary School was adopted and opened on November 25, 2006. It has a large collection of 200,000 pieces of materials. It has a large number of magazines of Meiji Period and comic books rented after the war. It is one of the scenic spots that friends who love animation must visit. The location of the Comic Museum is very advantageous, taking the subway Wuwan Line the East-West Line arrives at Exit 2 of Wuwan Yuchi Station on on foot for 2 minutes. There are a lot of foreign friends gathered at the scene. It seems that everyone is the same!
Price and opening time are introduced in other reviews. I haven't put out many pictures of the appearance. This museum is not very big. It's about three or four floors. Then there's a small playground. Then there's a floor that is not open. But there are still many things about animation in it, especially the cartoons you want to see in every year can be found here. There are many visitors from different countries here. Just on the day I came, I met with illustrators and painters on the spot. They were shocked. Everyone was taking pictures. They were very quiet. Later, there are different zones, adults and children find their favorite comic books to watch here, but if you are not too interested in comic books, or no salary comic books, it may not suit your taste. Adults, the fare is not cheap, well, it is also sloppy, if you feel that the time spent in Osaka is more leisurely, you can come here. Look inside. If you have a compact schedule, I don't recommend it personally.
The Museum on the second floor displays the annual cartoons in chronological order, but the time is only 11 years. Now the museum has added many new experience projects, such as inviting famous cartoonists to give lectures. This time we met one, but the name is not very remembered. It will draw lots to the audience. There is also a small venue on the second floor to give children a comedy performance in a small theater. Downstairs there is a drawing experience project, you can experience the brush effect of cartoons, I also drew a picture. Because the Cartoon Museum was rebuilt in elementary school, people with cartoons can be seen everywhere on the playground, lazy in the sun watching the favorite cartoons, not too much conversation, but also very comfortable, like this state. I also took a comic book and watched it on the playground and slept.
Kyoto International Cartoon Museum has a collection of 200,000 pieces of materials, which can be said to be Japan's first collection. Among them, the collection of precious cartoons includes the first Japanese and American versions of JUMP, Doraemon in various translations in Asia, and even Superman cartoons in the United States. For a group of children who learn to draw and love reading comic books, it is absolutely a great pleasure to come here.