Jan 3
~
Jan 5

TokyoMTG Art Show

11:00am – 9:00pm
¥1,800 – ¥6,000

TokyoMTG will be holding their first ever independent art show in Japan: the #tokyomtgartshow.

Here you’ll be able to see over 20 original pieces of Magic: The Gathering art, for the first time ever. Among the already previewed pieces are Nils Hamm’s masterful Baleful Strix, 2020 MagicFest Promo Path to Exile by Chris Seaman, as well as the absolutely massive repainting of Bitterblossom by the world renowned Rebecca Guay.

Not only will you be able to see these amazing pieces in person, but both Jenn Ravenna and Livia Prima, two of Magic’s new breakout artists, will be attending all three days of the Art Show!

This event is not just for fans of Magic: The Gathering, but for all art fans in general. There will be knowledgeable, bilingual staff working around the clock, so stop by and experience this truly rare opportunity to see tons of stunning original paintings and meet with a couple of amazing artists.

Tickets

Tickets are available for the following options:
General: ¥1,800
VIP: ¥4,000
Opening Reception Party: ¥6,000
Closing Reception Party: ¥6,000
Painting Experience Event: ¥5,000
Art Show Ticket and Card Alteration Workshop: ¥2,800

All kids accompanied by a family member enter for free so be sure to bring the whole family.

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, many events have been canceled. Always check official sites before heading to an event.

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