June 15th (Saturday) Special Event: Announcing the PicTrée × Kamui-Verse Collaboration Event!

We are thrilled to announce that on the first day of Season 5, June 15th (Saturday), we will be hosting a collaborative event with PlayMining’s co-creation project “Kamui-Verse.”
This is a great opportunity to enjoy PicTrée gameplay alongside unique experiences brought to you by Kamui-Verse.


●Date: June 15th (Saturday)
●Location: Fujimi Community Center, Maebashi & Gallery Art soup
●Event Highlights:
①KamuiVerse Cafe powered by Gallery Art soup
②”The World of The Kamui-Verse” Exhibition – Explore the nations of KamuiVerse and meet the inhabitants, hosted in Gallery Art Soup.
③Stamp Rally


●Event Details:
▼①KamuiVerse Cafe powered by Gallery Art soup


On June 15th (Saturday), for one day only, the Fujimi Community Center in Maebashi will transform into a rest spot with the opening of the “Kamui-Verse Cafe.” At the cafe, you can enjoy free samples of Kamui-Verse Coffee and charge your smartphone. Be sure to stop by!


・Location: Fujimi Community Center
・Open Hours: 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM
・Facilities: Parking, restrooms, vending machines, electrical outlets, Wi-Fi


▼②”The World of The Kamui-Verse” Exhibition – Explore the nations of KamuiVerse and meet the inhabitants, hosted in Gallery Art Soup.


・Duration: June 15th (Saturday) to July 13th (Saturday). Note: Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
・Location: Gallery Art soup, 2-20-16 Omotecho, Maebashi, Gunma Prefecture 371-0024 (about a 5-minute walk from the north exit of JR Maebashi Station)
Manga artist Kamui Fujiwara is revered as a creator deity in the fantastical world known as the “Kamui-Verse,” where gods, humans, demi-humans, and beastfolk coexist.
This universe features nations inspired by various global mythologies, where the inhabitants go about their daily lives.
The current exhibition focuses on the “nations” and “residents” of the Kamui-Verse, offering visitors a chance to immerse themselves in the stories and histories woven throughout this world.


▼③Stamp Rally
Collect two stamps and receive a special gift!

・Stamp Locations:
1. Gallery Art Soup (2-20-16 Omotecho, Maebashi, Gunma Prefecture)
1. Kamui-Verse Cafe (866-1 Tajima, Fujimi-machi, Maebashi) Only on June 15th, 2024
・Exchange Date and Location: June 15th (Saturday) from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM at the Kamui-Verse Cafe

Additional Information:
・You can also exchange your stamps at the venue of the meetup.
・We have prepared a sufficient number of gifts, but they will be available only while supplies last.


We are excited to announce that a special meetup will be held on June 15th, starting at 6:00 PM in Maebashi, with a very special guest appearance by manga artist Kamui Fujiwara!


・Date and Time: June 15th (Saturday), starting at 6:00 PM
・Location: Yakiniku Aoba, 2-3-17 Honmachi, Maebashi, Gunma Prefecture (approximately 15 minutes on foot from Maebashi Station)
・Participation Fee: Around 3,500 yen


During the event, you’ll also have the chance to participate in a raffle with prizes such as a signed copy of the complete edition of #ロト紋, selected Gunma souvenirs chosen by Mr. Fujiwara, and Kamui-Verse sake.
Enjoy a delicious meal of yakiniku while networking with Mr. Fujiwara and fellow attendees.


Click here to sign up for the meetup!




●About Fujiwara Kamui Verse

As the first phase of DEA’s PlayMining Verse metaverse project, this project is based on the world setting designed by renowned Japanese manga artist Kamui Fujiwara. The project is designed for the fans, who have become citizens of that world, to develop and evolve content together with the creator, Kamui Fujiwara.
The concept is “Earth’s Genesis, where gods and goddesses coexisted with humans.” Set on the continent of Antiqua, various gods are creating an ideal world together with their worshippers.




●About Kamui Fujiwara
A Japanese manga artist, Fujiwara made his debut as a professional artist in 1981 with “Babel’s Paradise”. His original and delicate drawing style became the subject of much attention, and he has since become a popular author and published a number of short stories based on his unique worldview in a variety of magazines.
Fujiwara later produced a number of full-length masterpieces. His representative works include “Raika” (original story by Yu Terashima), “Dragon Quest Retsuden: Emblem of Roto” (original story and setting by Chiaki Kawamata), and the “Moribito” series (original story by Nahoko Uehashi).