Nyanbo - a cat-ear wearing, cat-tail sporting spin-off of the popular cardboard robot character Danbo from Kiyohiko Azuma's heart-warming Yotsuba&! manga - is getting its own short-form TV anime on NHK E TV in Autumn of 2016. Hit the jump to learn more.
The popular Danbo robot from Yotsuba&! has been converted into several special electronic items and memorabilia so far, but now you can purchase a special Danbo router!
Kotobukiya's official Japanese online store has started accepting its latest item from Kiyohiko Azuma's popular slice-of-life comedy manga Yotsuba&!, a 110mm tall complete deformation Danbo (or Danboard) action figure which can be deformed into a box as illustrated in the manga. Check the details with a CM after the jump.
During my visit in Akihabara last week, I was able to join a special photo shooting event with a life-size Danbo in the front of Kotobukiya's Akihabara store. Danbo is the famous cardboard robot from Kiyohiko Azuma's popular manga series Yotsuba&!, and Kotobukiya has released many kinds of goods inspired by it. Check the photo report after the jump.
Japanese retailers have started accepting pre-orders for Kotobukiya's latest item, 30mm-size Danbo strap (Danboard charm). Danbo is, as you know, the cardboard robot from Kiyohiko Azuma's popular manga Yotsuba&!. Hit the jump for the details.
Following the tote bags introduced in June, Tokyo-based apparel company MirkWood's "You're Such a Nerd" brand has started accepting pre-orders for wallets, purses, and card cases featuring the face of Danbo, the cardboard robot from Kiyohiko Azuma's popular manga Yotsuba&!. Check the product photos after the jump.
Danbo is the famous cardboard robot from Kiyohiko Azuma's popular manga series Yotsuba&!. Kotobukiya has released many Yotsuba&!/Danbo-related items, and they have been well received by the fan. Last weekend Kotobukiya's Akihabara store hold a special photo shooting event with a life-size Danbo on its 4th floor. Check the photo report after the jump!
Cinema Today has posted a new TV commercial for the Japanese release of Steven Spielberg's 1975 classic film Jaws on Blu-ray featuring Danbo, a cardboard robot from Kiyohiko Azuma's popular manga series Yotsuba&!. The music for the CM is provided by The Kuricorder Pops Orchestra who has produced the Yotsuba&! image albums. Check the cute video after the jump!
Kotobukiya's Akihabara store is now holding a model exhibition featuring Danbo from the popular manga series Yotsuba&! by Kiyohiko Azuma on its fourth floor. All of the Danbos are customized by the Kotobukiya staff based on their popular product "Pla-Kit Danbo". The visitors can vote for their favorite Danbo. Let's find your favorite after the jump!