The official website of Insomniacs After School announced on Aug 1, 2022, that the franchise will be getting an exhibition to commemorate its anime adaptation. The anime will be released in 2023.
The exhibition will be held at Nanao City in Japan, which is also the setting of the Insomniacs After School series, from Aug 10, 2022, to Sep 25, 2022.
Over 30 facsimiles of Insomniacs After School manga manuscripts and anime materials like original drawings will be featured in the exhibition. The entry will require no prior reservation and is completely free.
This is not the first time Insomniacs After School franchise is getting an exhibition.
The franchise collaborated with the Nanao Port Festival, which took place on July 17. It featured collaborative anime visual posters illustrated exclusively for this event. Life-sized standees of the main characters, Ganta Nakami and Isaki Magari were also put up. Flyers and traditional Japanese fans (uchiwa) were given away.
Insomniacs After School anime is being directed by Yuki Ikeda at studio LIDEN FILMS, with series composition by Rintaro Ikeda, character designs by Hiroaki Fukuda, and music by Yuki Hayashi
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Source: Official Website