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Exhibition: 10th Manga Jiman – The Winners

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25/03/2017 - 22/05/2017 All day
Embassy of Japan, Piccadilly, London, United Kingdom
Address: Embassy of Japan, Piccadilly, London, United Kingdom
Manga Jiman Competition Winners 2016 This year's Manga Jiman Exhibition – 10th Manga Jiman: The Winners – runs at the Embassy of Japan until 31st March 2016. Manga Jiman is a comic-writing competition organised by the Embassy of Japan to uncover the brightest talent in the country. For the 10th edition of the competition, entrants aged 11 or over created a short story based on the theme ‘sights of Japan’. Visitors to the Embassy can enjoy reading all the shortlisted entries in the special exhibition, in which artwork from every entry we received this year will also be on display. • The Embassy of Japan, at 101-104 Piccadilly, London W1J 7JT is open weekdays 09.30 - 17.30, closed weekends. Admission is free, but photo ID is necessary to gain entry to the Embassy. Runs until 31st March • For information and updates on the competition, find the Manga Jiman Page on Facebook here or follow the competition on Twitter @mangajiman

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