5 things not to miss at “Eiichiro Oda presents Hello, ONE PIECE Luffy is here!”

Eiichiro Oda ONE PIECE Luffy “Eiichiro Oda presents Hello, ONE PIECE Luffy is here!” ONE PIECE manga

“Eiichiro Oda presents Hello, ONE PIECE Luffy is here!” is now on at The Maritime Experiential Museum till 1 Jan 2019. This one-of-a-kind exhibition is specially curated for true fans of the popular Japanese manga by Eiichiro Oda, and here are four reasons why:

1. Oda’s original illustrations

View dozens of Oda’s original, beautiful hand-drawn illustrations. For diehard ONE PIECE and manga fans, here’s your rare opportunity to scrutinize every stroke of this manga maestro.
Eiichiro Oda ONE PIECE
Eiichiro Oda ONE PIECE

2. Life-size replica of Oda’s desk

Ever wondered what’s on Oda’s work desk as he creates his masterpieces? Check out this life-size replica where the art materials on display, such as markers, pens and idea notebooks, are just like the ones Oda actually uses.
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A closer look at the replica work desk.

3. Exclusive documentary on Oda’s work process

This documentary will be screened on the wall diagonally opposite the replica desk. It shows Oda creating a colour illustration from rough sketch to final finishing. Through this, you’ll discover Oda’s state of mind when he works on the manga, and the feelings he wants to convey through his work.

4. Virtual Reality zone:

‘Get inside’ the mind of Oda and view ONE PIECE’s characters as they are being drawn and brought to life by him.

5. Original merchandise

Check out original Hello, ONE PIECE merchandise, priced from S$6 to S$85 inclusive of GST.

Eiichiro Oda ONE PIECE merchandise
The very colourful ticket file. S$6 each.

Eiichiro Oda ONE PIECE merchandise
Set of 3 tin badges. S$26 per set.

A wide selection of canvas art boards depicting iconic scenes from the manga, created in celebration of the manga’s 20th anniversary. S$82 each.

27 Nov 2018 – 1 Jan 2019

Admission ticket S$15 (includes admission intoThe Maritime Experiential Museum)
VR Zone S$8 (separately ticketed onsite)

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