Bandai's official online store Premium Bandai today started accepting pre-orders for "Saint Illusion Stick Charm," inspired by the main item used in the TV anime adaptation of Megumi Tachikawa's shoujo manga series in the mid-1990s, Kaitou (Mysterious Thief) Saint Tail. Check the details after the jump.
Imperial Enterprise has started offering a new limited One Piece official wristwatch "Shanks x Luffy: Chikai no Kouro (The Passage of the Oath)" from their One Piece Premium Collection since May 11. Check the details after the jump.
As part of The Idolm@ster franchise's 10th anniversary project, full color T-shirts and sport towels featuring the 13 members of 765PRO ALLSTARS will be available at Premium Bandai and LaLaBit Market in June, and the stores starts accepting pre-orders today, April 27. Check the details after the jump.
It's a great time to be a Card Captor Sakura fan, isn't it? All these props, costumes, the re-release of the show? It's like Christmas came for fans, and this announcement should please them as well. Hit the jump for more!
Osaka-based PC retailer Unitcom has been known for its Ita-laptops/visualize notes with illustrations and voices of cute girls from popular anime series such as Infinite Stratos, A Certain Scientific Railgun S and Engaged to the Unidentified. Its latest collaboration partner is the 2014 TV anime Is the Order a Rabbit?. Check the details and CM after the jump.
Bandai's apparel division announced today pre-orders for "Sailor Moon: Serenity Crystal Wedding Tiara" will begin at the company's official online store at the price of 370,000 yen (about 3,130 US dollars) in March. The tiara is inspired by the one worn by Neo Queen Serenity in the Sailor Moon story. Check the details after the jump.
Internationally famous apparel brand Yohji Yamamoto, founded by a Japanese designer of the same name in 1981, has launched a new collaboration line "Ground Y×EVANGELION" with popular anime franchise Evangelion. The items will be available at Ground Y in Shibuya Parco Part1 from January 23. Check the collaboration items after the jump.
Following the well-received first lineup last June, Bandai Premium will begin accepting pre-orders for the second lineup of the collaboration PC glasses between JINS PC and the popular basketball-themed TV anime series Kuroko's Basketball on January 19. Check the details of the seven new glasses after the jump.
Tokyo-based anime character merchandise company Movic has announced that a time-limited official store devoted to the TV anime adaptation of Haruichi Furudate's volleyball-themed manga Haikyu! will open in Harajuku, Tokyo, this Saturday on January 10. Hit the jump for more details.
"K-spot produced by KIDDYLAND" is a merchandise store located in Tokyo Character Street on the basement level of Tokyo Station, and its featured series is changed randomly. The store has been featuring the Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon series since December 9. Check the photo report after the jump!
Anime Store B☆Point opened on the first floor of the P'Parco mall annex in Ikebukuro, Tokyo, in the past September when the building was re-modelled. Its current featured anime title is Free!, Kyoto Animation's original high school swimming club themed series. Check the photo report of the shop after the jump.
Tokyo-based anime character goods company Grow-Up Factory will release "Yama no Susume Voice Clock," an alarm clock featuring the voices of the four main voice cast from the ongoing TV anime series Yama no Susume/Encouragement of Climb. Check the sample video introducing their voices after the jump.
Following the great success of the Tetsuya Kuroko model in Spetember, Imperial Enterprise has decided to offer six more collaboration watches with Tadatoshi Fujimaki's basketball-themed manga Kuroko's Basketball featuring Kagami, Kise, Midorima, Aomine, Murasakibara, and Akashi. Check the details after the jump.
Bandai's official online store Premium Bandai has started accepting pre-orders for a special collaboration tea cup and saucer set between Toei Animation's Sailor Moon anime series and Japanese tableware company Noritake Co., Limited which has been known for around the world since the early 1900s. Check the details after the jump.
Strange Freak Designs, a silver jewelry brand based in Tokyo, yesterday released the first four items from its latest silver accessory collection inspired by the characters from Hitoshi Iwaaki's popular horror action manga Parasyte. The brand is known for its dark fantasy world-themed skull motif products. Check the details after the jump.