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CLAMP EXHIBITION

July 3 (Wed), 2024 - September 23 (Mon), 2024
*General Visiting Dates are from July 6 (Sat), 2024.

  • Upcoming Exhibitions
  • Special Exhibitions

We will present an exhibition tracing the trajectory of CLAMP, a creative collective of four women who produce diverse manga across various genres including boys’, girls’, and young men’s comics. The exhibition will primarily showcase original manga drawings from their debut to the present day, created for a wide range of publishers and magazines. This major mid-career retrospective revisits messages that CLAMP has conveyed over the years in works that have long captivated readers of all ages, genders and nationalities.

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Overview

Period
July 3 (Wed), 2024 - September 23 (Mon), 2024
*General Visiting Dates are from July 6 (Sat), 2024.

Closed on Tuesdays
*The Special Exhibition to Commemorate the Opening (July 3 (Wed) - July 5 (Fri) ) are available for visitors with the “Limited Ticket for Exhibition Opening” by advance reservation specifying the date and time. (Application has been closed.)

〈Special Exhibition to Commemorate the Opening (Reservation-Only)〉
July 3 (Wed) – July 5 (Fri)
〈General Visiting Dates (No Reservations)〉
July 6 (Sat) – September 23 (Mon)

[First Half]
July 3 (Wed) – August 12 (Mon)
[Second Half]
August 14 (Wed) – September 23 (Mon)

Opening Hours

10:00-18:00
*10:00-20:00 on Fridays and Saturdays
(Last admission 30 minutes before closing)

Venue

The National Art Center, Tokyo
Special Exhibition Gallery 2E
7-22-2 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-8558

Organized by

The National Art Center, Tokyo; CLAMP Exhibition Production Committee

With the sponsorship of
Lawson Entertainment, Inc.; TOPPAN Inc.; Metro Ad Agency Co.,Ltd.

With the support of
The Roppongi Shopping Street Association

Inquiries

(+81) 47-316-2772 (Hello Dial)

Admissions & Tix

Special Exhibition to Commemorate the Opening: July 3 (Wed) – July 5 (Fri)

○Limited Ticket for Exhibition Opening
(Limited to advance reservation specifying the date and time) *Sold Out

【Price】
3,500 yen (including tax) / Audio guide+Special benefits

*Various exemption systems will not be accepted
*Details on special benefits will be announced on the exhibition website and X at a later date
【Sales Method】
Lottery
Accepted up to 3rd choice / Can apply for up to 2 tickets at the same time
【Application Period】
From 11:00 AM on April 1(Mon)to 11:59 PM on April 14(Sun) *Application has been closed.
【Lotter Announcement (Tentative)】
April 19(Fri)– April 22(Mon)(tentative)

*The Special Exhibition to Commemorate the Opening (July 3-5) are available for visitors with the “Limited Ticket for Exhibition Opening” by advance reservation specifying the date and time.
*Tickets cannot be used outside of its designated date and time.
*Please schedule your visit for the time and date specified on your ticket.
*Please note that the Limited Ticket for Exhibition Opening will not be sold at The National Art Center, Tokyo.
【Sales by】
Lawson Ticket

General Visiting Dates:July 6 (Sat) –  September 23 (Mon)

General 2,100 yen (Adults), 1,400 yen (College students), 1,000 yen (High school students)
Advance 1,900 yen (Adults), 1,200 yen (College students), 800 yen (High school students)
  • The Special Exhibition to Commemorate the Opening (July 3-5) are available for visitors with the “Limited Ticket for Exhibition Opening” by advance reservation specifying the date and time.
  • Please note that the Limited Ticket for Exhibition Opening will not be sold at The National Art Center, Tokyo.
  • Visitors who are junior high school students or younger will be admitted for free.*
  • Disabled persons (along with the one assistant) will be admitted for free upon presenting the Disabled Person’s Booklet or an equivalent form of government-issued ID.*
  • Free entrance to the exhibition for high school students from August 19 (Mon) to August 25 (Sun), 2024, upon presenting student ID.
  • For more information regarding tickets, please visit the ticket page on the exhibition website.
  • Reduction (100 yen off) applies to visitors who present the ticket stub of a current exhibition at The National Art Center, Tokyo; Suntory Museum of Art; or Mori Art Museum (Art Triangle Roppongi). Please show the ticket stub at the "CLAMP EXHIBITION" ticket booth.*
  • Students, faculty and staff, of “Campus Members”, can view this exhibition for 1,200 yen (students) and 1,900 yen.* (faculty/staff). Please purchase tickets at the "CLAMP EXHIBITION" ticket booth.
  • Credit card (Master Card, VISA, JCB, AMEX, Diners Club, DISCOVER, 銀聯, QUICPay), e-cash (Suica, PASMO, ICOCA, etc.), iD, Union Pay are available for purchasing tickets.

    *Except "Special Exhibition to Commemorate the Opening":July 3(Wed)– July 5(Fri)

Exhibition Highlights

Explore the worlds of the creative collective CLAMP through seven themed areas: “COLOR,” “LOVE,” “ADVENTURE,” “MAGIC,” “PHRASE,” “IMAGINATION,” and “DREAM.”

・A collection of around 800 original artworks, the largest ever, showcasing CLAMP’s breathtaking skills
In addition to brilliant color illustrations covering 23 works from their debut in 1989 to their latest work, manuscripts from their main manga series will also be on display.

・An exhibition showcasing the diverse themes of CLAMP’s worlds
Seven themes related to CLAMP will be introduced, showcasing various aspects across their works.
Along with original artwork, the exhibition will feature special movie and interactive displays to provide a deeper immersion into the world of CLAMP.

・The first public exhibition of valuable materials and newly drawn illustration
Valuable setting materials and original drawings highlighting CLAMP’s creative activities beyond manga will be exhibited.
Additionally, color illustration specially drawn for this exhibition will be on display.

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