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Ume Aoki to hold first solo Art Exhibition in October

It was officially announced yesterday that the first solo art exhibition of popular manga artist Ume Aoki will take places between 3rd-12th October 2015 at the Ueno-no-mori Museum aka The Ueno Royal Museum in Tokyo, Japan.

Aoki is a manga artist who also illustrates under the pen-names Apply Fujimiya, for the visual novel Sanarara (Nekoneko Soft) and Apricot+ for various doujinshi she makes. She officially romanizes her name as aokiume.

She also provides the voice for her ‘Metapod’ persona in the anime version of Hidamari Sketch. Aoki also provided the original character designs for the anime production, Puella Magi Madoka Magica, developed by Shaft.

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