Osamu Tezuka Hand-drawn painting on the ceiling board of Tokiwa-so Donated to Toshima Ward February 27 5:32
A valuable autograph drawn on the ceiling board of the apartment “Tokiwaso” where the god of manga, Osamu Tezuka spent a young day was donated to Toshima-ku, Tokyo. It will be exhibited at a restored facility of Tokiwa-so, which will open next month.
The donated hand-drawn picture was drawn by Tezuka on the ceiling plate of the apartment `` Tokiwaso '' in Tokyo Toshima Ward, which was dismantled in 1982, when the leading cartoonists such as Osamu Tezuka spent their young days. .
The 90-cm-long, 30-cm-wide board shows the masterpiece, "The Knight of the Ribbon," and the figure of himself creating with sweat.
Just before the demolition of the building, Mr. Tezuka visited Tokiwa-so with the reporters in charge of Toshima Ward's coverage and drew it, and it has been kept for a long time at the reporter club of the Ikebukuro police station where the reporters were based. Was.
The autograph was donated to Toshima Ward, and was handed to the Mayor of the Press Club by Mayor of Takano Yukio.
Toshima Ward will open the Tokiwa-so Manga Museum, a restoration facility for the Tokiwa-so, on the 22nd of next month near the site of the apartment.
According to Mayor Takano of Toshima Ward who received the donation, "I think it is a valuable work drawn with thoughts on the spot when the former writing base of Mr. Tezuka, a great manga artist, was just dismantled. We will value it for the manga fans inside and the next generation as well. "