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Kokusai-Tenjijō Station, Rinkai Line "Osamu Tezuka, Characters on Parade"

Ceramic relief

Ceramic relief "Osamu Tezuka, Characters on Parade" Original Drawing: Osamu Tezuka, Supervision: Tezuka Productions Co., Ltd.
Concourse inside the ticket gate, Kokusai-Tenjijō Station, Rinkai Line Installed on March 18, 2019.
*The production and installation of this art work was subsidized as a CSR and PR project by the Japan Lottery Association.
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Commentary

The illustration used as the basis for this ceramic relief was drawn by Osamu Tezuka in 1976. Osamu Tezuka already had numerous publications at that time, including eight monthly manga series such as “BLACK JACK,” “The Three-Eyed One,” “The Phoenix,” “Buddha,” and “UNICO.” The following year was a very busy one leading up to the huge project of publishing the 400-volume “The Complete Works of Osamu Tezuka’s Manga.” But Tezuka was full of creative energy and inexhaustible ideas each day.
This work, “Osamu Tezuka, Characters on Parade” originally depicted 92 characters marching, but we selected 36 and rearranged them.
Together with Osamu Tezuka we hope that this joyful parade, which includes not only humans but also animals, robots, and aliens, will head to a peaceful and bright future.       Tezuka Productions

Data

Original DrawingOsamu Tezuka PlannerJapan Traffic Culture Assosication
SupervisionTezuka Productions Co., Ltd. ProducerCREARE Atami-Yugawara Studio
LocationConcourse inside the ticket gate of Kokusai-Tenjijō Station, Rinkai Line Map News
Installed on March 18, 2019
TypeCeramic relief
SizeW 2.6m × H 8.8m
Keywordsmanga , anime

Data

Original DrawingOsamu Tezuka
SupervisionTezuka Productions Co., Ltd.
LocationConcourse inside the ticket gate of Kokusai-Tenjijō Station, Rinkai Line Map
Installed on March 18, 2019
TypeCeramic relief
SizeW 2.6m × H 8.8m
Keywordsmanga , anime
PlannerJapan Traffic Culture Assosication
ProducerCREARE Atami-Yugawara Studio
News

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