Manga - Bunka Pop
Manga - Bunka Pop
Manga - Bunka Pop
Manga - Bunka Pop
Manga - Bunka Pop
Manga - Bunka Pop
Manga - Bunka Pop
Manga - Bunka Pop
Manga - Bunka Pop
Manga - Bunka Pop
Manga - Bunka Pop
Manga - Bunka Pop
Manga - Bunka Pop
Manga - Bunka Pop

Osaka

Manga - Bunka Pop

$90

Per Person

Highlights

Learn the origin and influence of manga in Japanese culture.
Have a chance to learn how to draw and paint your favorite character with experienced professionals.

Description

Nowadays, many people already know or have at least heard about some manga or anime.

And what was once limited to Asian territory, currently has a global influence on other cultures, bringing more and more followers and fans to the country. Take advantage of the opportunity to learn how to draw and paint in this unique style in Japanese popular culture.

Who This Experience Is Good For

Ideal for people who are into art, craft, and pop culture 

Meet Our Local Host 

Shirin Ito 

Moved to Japan when she was 10 years old.

One day, when she visited a friend's house, she read "Marmalade Boy" from the girls' manga magazine "Ribon" without knowing the Japanese at all.

Even without knowing the story or understanding the language her child's heart overflowed with tears.

At this time, she decided to become a manga artist, and​ ​at the age of 14, she submitted her first manga to "Shueisha" (contest) and won her first award.

After that, she was selected several times in contests by major publishers, and although she was accompanied by an editor, she was not able to make her debut.

However, she found out that she could do more than only draw manga, she could design, write, paint, edit, teach, etc.

Her goal now is to teach and share more people about this pop culture that influenced and is still really present in her life day by day.

Itinerary 

2:30 pm Meet Ken at the entrance of “Canal Terrace Horie”.
Walk 10 minutes
Start of the class
5pm: Class ends

What’s Included

All the necessary materials such as paper, pencil, eraser, colored pencils, and marker
Take home your writing
Get a certificate of course conclusion
Take videos and pictures from the experience

***If you have an iPad (tablet) and want to use it instead of paper, it is okay to bring it!

What’s Not Included

Public Transportation

Know Before You Go

Minimum Needed: 2 people
Maximum Capacity: 20 people
Booking Deadline: 10 days before the event
Weather Dependent: No
Difficulty Level: Easy - No previous experience required
Special Clothing Required: No
Special Dietary Restrictions: N/A
Extra Cash: N/A
Ground Transportation: N/A
Additional Information:  N/A
Liabilities: The liability for any injury, loss, or damage incurred by participants is not assumed by Remote Year or its affiliates.

 

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