COAM MADRID | Calle Hortaleza, 63 Madrid

  • The Art of Manga': the authentic history of manga on display in Madrid

    Traveler ★★★★★

  • Manga is an art: Madrid revisits the history and evolution of Japanese comics in an extraordinary exhibit

    20 minutos ★★★★★

  • A large exhibition about the history of manga, which includes originals by Osamu Tezuka, the god of manga.

    RTVE ★★★★★

  • The spectacular exhibition "The Art Of Manga" visits Madrid. Visitors can enjoy more than 200 pieces and works of art belonging to international private collections.

    Mondo Sonoro ★★★★★

  • A spectacular exhibition on the history of manga arrives in Madrid. A journey to the origins of Japanese cartoons with impressive scenographies such as a reproduction of a Torii, a Yokai temple and a Zen garden.

    Time Out ★★★★★

  • Japón Arte y Manga, an exhibition that traces the history of manga from its origins to the present day, revealing the close relationship between modern manga and traditional Japanese art, and highlighting the enormous artistic impact of manga worldwide.

    Through 10 different thematic areas, Japón Arte y Manga presents a collection of more than 200 objects and works of art that help us to understand the different aspects and stages in the development of this exceptional art form.

    The exhibition includes unique objects from private collections in Japan, China and Europe, such as illustrated books and Japanese woodcuts from the 18th and 19th centuries, illustrated scrolls, original paintings, manga manuscripts from the 1960s, 1970s and later, autographs of famous manga artists, original anime posters, anime stills, rare magazines and comics, as well as limited edition sculptures featuring anime and manga characters.

    Plan your visit

    Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 21:00h.
    Monday closed except bank holidays
    Last slot 1 hour and a half before closing time.

    The average time to visit THE ART OF MANGA is 1 hour, but you can stay inside the exhibition for as long as you wish.

    To ensure a pleasant visit for all visitors, access to the exhibition is organised in groups of visitors every 30 minutes. We recommend that you arrive on time. We cannot guarantee access to the exhibition outside the hours indicated on the ticket when the exhibition is fully booked. You can find all the information you need to prepare your visit here