Card Captor Sakura Exhibition – the Enchanted Museum goes to Taipei, main visual revealed

After a successful season in Tokyo, Osaka and Shanghai, the Card Captor Sakura Exhibition – the Enchanted Museum is coming to Taipei.

The first half will run from April 30th to May 27th, and the second half from May 28th to June 28th.

As usual, CLAMP have drawn an exclusive new illustration as the main visual for this new season, which was revealed today:

© CLAMP・Shigatsu Tsuitachi CO.,LTD. / 講談社

For more information, please check the exhibition’s official website.

Source: GNN.

Love all the gradient and the Alphonse Mucha referentes in this new illustration. I daresay it’s my favorite one along with the Tokyo one.

Really happy to see this exhibition going to its 4th leg. I really hope after Taipei it could travel somewhere outside Asia. But then again, the world needs to be a better, safer place before that can happen.

2 thoughts on “Card Captor Sakura Exhibition – the Enchanted Museum goes to Taipei, main visual revealed

  1. It’s awesome that the CCS exhibit has been having such a great success that it keeps on traveling to other countries like this ^^
    I think they are really trying to open up to the world with this, and with the CLAMP-FANS website and their youtube chan with the monthly chapters in 6 languages too. It’s really great to be able to witness such a thing after all these years with so many things being exclusive to Japan only 🙂

    And I agree, this might be one of the prettiest illustration so far, the colors and overall design are lovely! ❤

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  2. I’ve only seen a little of it, but I’m fascinated by the style and the characters.I like this cartoon and its surroundings very much.

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