Exhibition

Exhibition

YUSUKE NAKAMURA EXHIBITION

Saturday, October 31 to Sunday, December 13, 2020
*open every day

Gallery AaMo

From Saturday, October 31 to Sunday, December 13, 2020, a "BEST of YUSUKE NAKAMURA" exhibition will be held for popular illustrator Yusuke Nakamura, who is known for designing CD jackets for rock band ASIAN KUNG-FU GENERATION, as well as the book covers for "Nazotoki wa Dinner no Ato de" and "The Night Is Short, Walk on Girl."


This traveling exhibition will include works from the "15 The Very Best of Yusuke Nakamura" exhibit held in Osaka, Ikebukuro, Nagoya, and Fukuoka to commemorate the artist's 15th year being active, along with a number of new additions for a total of more than 300 art pieces, making for the artist's largest exhibition to date.


This large-scale exhibition brings together most projects that Yusuke Nakamura has worked on to date, with the addition of multiple new works (pieces) as well. The "Yusuke Nakamura 2021 Calendar," which features never-before-seen illustrations including for the cover, will be a new addition to the original art corner, as well as completed works, line drawings, and rough sketches. In addition, visitors will receive a free mask case as a bonus featuring a new illustration by Yusuke Nakamura of the mysterious spirit said to subdue pandemics, "Amabie,". Exclusive merchandise will also be on sale.

Preventive Measures Against COVID-19

To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, this exhibition will take appropriate measures including limiting entry, improving ventilation, thorough disinfecting (of hands and the venue), social distancing, checking temperatures, enforcing the wearing of masks, collecting information about visitors, prohibiting staff from working when they feel ill, etc. Please read this policy before visiting.
Please read this policy before visiting.

Ticket Information

Pricing (tax included)
GeneralStudents
Reserved Tickets 900 yen 600 yen
On-the-day Tickets 1,100 yen 800 yen
  • *Free admission for elementary school age children and younger (They cannot enter unattended.)
  • *You may be asked to show your student ID when purchasing tickets or during admission.
[For People With Disabilities]

Free entry is allowed for one caretaker per each individual with a physical disability certificate. The individual will be charged admission (ticket required) based on the recognition that they are the one visiting the exhibit.

Ticket Sales

On sale at eplus and at the Gallery AaMo ticket counter (during the exhibition period only).

  • *Japanese only
  • *Ticket sales through ticket resellers will begin on Friday, October 9 at 10:00. Tickets will be on sale until Sunday, December 13 at 17:30.
  • *Ticket will be sold at the on-the-day rate from the first day of the exhibition, Saturday, October 31.
  • *If the venue becomes crowded, you may be asked to wait or tickets with designated entry times may be distributed. For more information, please check Gallery AaMo’s official twitter.

Exhibition Details

This exhibition brings together most projects that Yusuke Nakamura has worked on to date, with the addition of multiple new works (pieces) as well. The Yusuke Nakamura 2021 Calendar, which features never-before-seen illustrations on the cover and elsewhere, will be a new addition to the original art corner, as well as completed works, line drawings, and rough sketches for a total of more than 300 art pieces, making for the artist’s largest exhibition to date. Exclusive merchandise, including the Yusuke Nakamura 2021 Calendar will be on sale.

■ Visitor Bonus

During the exhibition period, visitors will receive a free mask case as a bonus featuring a new illustration by Yusuke Nakamura of the mysterious spirit said to subdue pandemics, “Amabie”. (This bonus will only be given to visitors with tickets.)

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Yusuke Nakamura 2021 Calendar Cover (Original Illustration) ©Yusuke Nakamura
*Piece being exhibited for the first time

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Book “Yojohan Time Machine Blues” (Author: Tomihiko Morimi / Original Story by Makoto Ueda)(KADOKAWA)
*Piece being exhibited for the first time

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Visitor Bonus - Original Mask Case (visual may differ from the actual design) ©Yusuke Nakamura

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“The Night Is Short, Walk on Girl” by Tomihiko Morimi ©KADOKAWA

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“Sailor Suit and Machine Gun” by Jiro Akagawa ©KADOKAWA

BIOGRAPHY

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About Yusuke Nakamura

Born in 1978, he is an illustrator from Hyogo prefecture. He graduated from Osaka University of Arts’ Design Department.

He has designed CD jackets for ASIAN KUNG-FU GENERATION and Masashi Sada, as well as book covers for “”Nazotoki wa Dinner no Ato de,” “The Night Is Short, Walk on Girl,” and music textbooks. His art books “Blue” and “NOW” have recorded sales of 130,000 copies.

Merchandise

A variety of event-exclusive merchandise will be on sale! Visitors without tickets can also enter the merchandise corner.

The Yusuke Nakamura 2021 Calendar will also be on sale! Based on requests from fans after the 2020 calendar, a desk calendar has been created for the first time. The 2021 calendar is sure to delight customers, whichever style they display it in, as this is the first dual wall + desk calendar. (To use it as a desk calendar, the customer will need to prop it up and tear out each page.) The calendar also comes with a custom folder. Enjoy this one calendar in two different ways!

  • *Only a portion of the merchandise is shown.
  • *The design may change without notice.

*A visual of the merchandise corner

Preventive Measures Against the Spread of COVID-19

To promote the safety and wellbeing of our customers during this event, we will be taking the following measures. Thank you for your cooperation.

  • Measures Taken by the Venue

    We have staff wash their hands, gargle, and disinfect their hands frequently.

    Staff members wear masks or face shields when attending to visitors.

    We have staff check their temperatures before and during work, and we don’t let them work if they feel ill.

    We regularly disinfect and clean areas frequently touched by staff and visitors, including door handles and doorknobs, both before and during operating hours.

    We ventilate the venue appropriately with an internal air conditioning system that circulates air in from the outside.

    We pay attention to the venue environment by monitoring and limiting the number of people inside the venue at any given time.

  • Vinyl sheets are set up at the entrance and cash registers to prevent infections caused by droplet transmission.
  • We have stickers on the ground marking where to stand to help people maintain a safe distance from each other while standing in line at the reception area.
  • We use coin trays when handling money exchanges at the cash registers to prevent direct contact. We disinfect the coin trays frequently.
  • Requests to Our Customers

    Please wash your hands, gargle, and use hand sanitizer frequently. Please use the hand sanitizers located at the venue entrance, exit, and inside the venue.

    For visitors 2 years of age and above, please wear a mask when visiting and viewing the exhibition.

    We will refuse entry to visitors who have a temperature of 37.5 degrees or higher.

    Please comply with social distancing while waiting to be admitted, inside the venue, and at the merchandise corner.

    Please refrain from physical contact with other customers or talking in a loud voice while viewing the exhibition and while in line.

    If you have experienced extreme fatigue, body aches, trouble breathing, or even light coughing or a sore throat, have within the past two weeks received a medical exam or medication for a fever or cold, traveled overseas, or been in close contact with persons as listed above, please refrain from visiting the exhibit.

  • We are collecting the names and contact information of visitors so that we can contact them if we receive a notification from a governmental organization saying that someone who used the facilities contracted COVID-19. In the case of someone being infected, we will act in accordance with directions from the health center and may report it to prevent the further spread of the disease.
  • For visitors 2 years of age and above, please wear a mask when visiting and viewing the exhibition. If you need to remove your mask, please put at least 2 meters between you and the other customers.
  • Please do not touch the walls, items on exhibit, or exhibit cases.
  • When using the restroom, please close the toilet lid before flushing.
  • The electric hand dryers in the restrooms cannot currently be used. Please use the paper towels provided instead.
  • If you throw away your mask, please place it in a vinyl bag and seal the bag first. If you need a vinyl bag, please let a staff member know.
  • Please visit after you have installed the COVID-19 contact-confirming app “COCOA.” We ask for your cooperation so that everyone can enjoy a safe visit.
  • We are collecting the names and contact information of visitors so that we can contact them if we receive a notification from a governmental organization saying that someone who used the facilities contracted COVID-19. In the case of someone being infected, we will act in accordance with directions from the health center and may report it to prevent the further spread of the disease.
  • For visitors 2 years of age and above, please wear a mask when visiting and viewing the exhibition. If you need to remove your mask, please put at least 2 meters between you and the other customers.
  • Please do not touch the walls, items on exhibit, or exhibit cases.
  • When using the restroom, please close the toilet lid before flushing.
  • The electric hand dryers in the restrooms cannot currently be used. Please use the paper towels provided instead.
  • If you throw away your mask, please place it in a vinyl bag and seal the bag first. If you need a vinyl bag, please let a staff member know.
  • Please visit after you have installed the COVID-19 contact-confirming app “COCOA.” We ask for your cooperation so that everyone can enjoy a safe visit.

COVID-19 Contact- Confirming Application(Abbreviation : COCOA)(958kb)

Exhibition Overview

Term Saturday, October 31 to Sunday, December 13, 2020 *open every day
Time 11:00 - 19:00

*The last entry is 30 minutes before closing time.

Price [Reserved Tickets] General 900 yen / Students 600 yen
[On-the-day Tickets] General 1,100 yen / Students 800 yen

*Free admission for elementary school age children and younger (They cannot enter unattended.)
*You may be asked to show your student ID when purchasing tickets or during admission.
*Ticket will be sold at the on-the-day rate from the first day of the exhibition, Saturday, October 31.
*Tax included

Place Gallery AaMo(Access Map
Note □ Hosted by:TOKYO DOME CORPORATION
□ Supervised by:Yusuke Nakamura
□ Planned and produced by:YUSUKE NAKAMURA EXHIBITION Executive Committee
□ With support from:Exhibition cooperation:Asukashinsha Inc.  Osaka University of Arts