Tokyo Revengers’ Mikey Gets Giant Statue Inspired By Buddha

A Tokyo Revengers exhibition, which is being held from January 29th to February 14th at World Import Mart Building Exhibition Hall A in Ikebukuro Sunshine City, Japan, revealed a giant golden statue of Sano Manjiro also known as ‘Mikey’. The statue is inspired by the famous reclining position of Buddha’s statue, which is present in Bangkok, Thailand.

A prayer ceremony was also held where fans prayed to Mikey’s statue for the safety of the Tokyo Revengers Exhibition.

In the manga exhibition section, there is a photoshoot spot where you can ride on the bicycle alongside Mikey. A picture with Mikey on a bike, Fans from Japan will surely would not want to miss this opportunity.

You can also see the three-dimensional exhibition and the costumes and motorcycles worn by the cast members in the live-action movie. At the end of the exhibition, there is a giant statue of Mikey with a smile on his face.

Tokyo Revengers manga series is written and drawn by Ken Wakui, who started the manga serialization in March 2017, in Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen magazine. Liden Films studio produced the anime series, and the first season aired in April 2021. The 2nd season of the Tokyo Revengers has been announced. The series has also received a live action film, which was released in Japan in July 2021.

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Source: Comic Natalie

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