Good news for otaku looking to buy merchandise straight from Japan: Animate, Japan's largest retailer of anime & manga goods, has opened an online store aimed at the global market entitled Animate International. Hit the jump to learn more.
Craving a 3,000 yen cup of Blue-Eyes Mountain Coffee? You can have it... and it'll actually be worth the money! This combo is one of more than a dozen themed dishes available at Animate's upcoming Yu-Gi-Oh! cafe. Check out some of the menu items and exclusive goods after the jump!
In the months since the Hand Shakers anime was first announced, the official website gradually trickled out information on its characters and, once all the teams were lined up, paired them with cast members. Following up on the first promo that debuted in August, a new preview is here to set up the story, introduce the teams, and show some quick clips of action along the way.
While a pretty meaty cast list was revealed for Hand Shakers—the original anime by Frontier Works, Kadokawa, and GoHands that celebrates the 30th anniversary of retail chain Animate—back in July, most of them weren't assigned to characters at the time. A new announcement on the official website fixed that issue, lining up most of the cast members with their respective teams. Read on to see who's playing who.
The latest characters to be revealed for collaborative anime project Hand Shakers have more colorful names than most. Meet Break and Bind, members of the team code-named Chain, and check out an up-close look at their designs after the jump.
Another week, another character art reveal for the upcoming Hand Shakers anime. Last week we saw Chizuru and Hayate of the Shadow team, and now it's the Sword team's turn. Kodama and Hibiki make up this duo, so check out how they're lookin' after the jump.
Following up on last week's reveal of art for the Card team, the official website for GoHands, Kadokawa, and Frontier Works' Hand Shakers anime project now presents the team known as Shadow. This one is made up of Chizuru and Hayate, and you can see a closer look at their designs after the jump.
A few days ago we posted some new character art for the upcoming Hand Shakers anime, which is being produced to celebrate retail chain Animate's 30th anniversary. Frontier Works—who is teaming with Kadokawa and anime studio GoHands on the production—followed that up with the online debut of one of the anime's promotional videos.
The official website for original TV anime project Hand Shakers closed out July with a look at some key character art, prominently featuring Soma Saito-voiced Tazuna and Sumire Morohoshi-voiced Koyori. That pair makes up a group codenamed Gear, and now it's time to turn our attention to another team. More after the jump.