The Singapore Philatelic Museum presents its latest pop-culture themed exhibition, Anime X Stamps, this November, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Japanese anime! A collection of over 700 stamps and philatelic materials from Japan and Singapore, as well as limited edition collectibles and one-of-a-kind original production artworks have been specially put together for this exhibition. Covering the gamut of anime genres from comedy and action, to magic and mecha, visitors can look forward to exploring the world of anime at our colourful, immersive galleries.
Chart the milestones of anime, and discover the production process of this laborious and amazing art form. Get up-close to stamps of beloved classics like Astro Boy and Doraemon, all-time favourites like Dragon Ball, Gundam, Pokémon and works by Studio Ghibili. Current hot favourites like One Piece, Naruto and Attack on Titan stamps will also be on display. Also on show will be limited edition collectibles. Highlights include original production artwork from Naruto and My Neighbour Totoro, figurines from the evergreen Dragon Ball and Mazinger Z series, and Astro Boy collectibles from the 1960s.
Visitors can look forward to loads of fun at Animania Sunday on 19 November and 17 December 2017, with activities such as a musical performance of classic anime pieces by Pianominion, a cosplayers walkabout, a yukata and cosplay costume dress-up station, sushi and kushikatsu (Japanese vegetable skewers) making demonstrations, and more.
Venue: Singapore Philatelic Museum, 23-B Coleman Street S179807
When: 16 Nov 2017 - 1 Apr 2018, 10am - 7pm