Popular children’s puzzle book series ‘Where’s Wally?’ (or 'Where's Waldo?', for you North Americans) is celebrating its 30th anniversary. Of course, that means celebrations, namely a special exhibition with original images at Matsuya Ginza’s event square. About 150 original artworks are on display − 50 original illustrations, early stage drawings, and childhood-sketches made by creator Martin Handford, plus never-exhibited-before artworks. A line-up of more than 400 original goods completes this one-of-a-kind event. Free admission is provided for everyone wearing a red and white shirt on ‘Wally Day’ (Apr 21, 28 and May 5).