As one of the 20th anniversary events, the exhibition: Kiyoshiro Imawano is held soon at TOMM.
Kiyoshiro Imawano, known as King of Rock in Japan, was a musician who sang for love and peace, always being a forerunner in Japanese music scene. What he put into his work was a message for life and importance of loving each other. That’s also what Tezuka tried to put into his work.
This exhibition, produced by Rumiko Tezuka, the eldest daughter of Tezuka, explores Imawano’s homage to Tezuka in and out of his music. Also the exhibition shows his pictures.
Tezuka Osamu Manga Museum the 63rd Exhibition: Kiyoshiro Imawano
Period: October 31, 2014 – February 20, 2015
Closed on every Wednesday (except January 7 and February 11) and from December 29 till December 31.
Organizer: Takarazuka city, Takarazuka city board of education
Cooporation: Babies, FM802, FM COCOLO, Universal Music
Produced by Music Robita, Tezuka Productions Co., Ltd.