To celebrate the upcoming release of Dragon Quest VIII for the Nintendo 3DS, Square Enix and the Lawson convenience store chain have teamed up to create the "Dragon Quest Collaboration Store". Hit the jump to check it out.
Lawson, one of the largest Japanese convenience store chains, will launch a new collaboration campaign with the Is the Order a Rabbit? TV anime series, based on Koi's four-panel comedy manga, at its stores across Japan next Tuesday, May 19. It will run till June 1. Check the details with a campaign visual after the jump.
Simultaneously with the ongoing one with The Idolm@aster Cinderella Girls, Lawson, one of the largest Japanese convenience store chains, will launch a new collaboration campaign with the Kantai Collection/KanColle TV anime tomorrow, March 3. Check the details after the jump.
Following the ongoing one featuring The New Prince of Tennis till February 2, one of the largest Japanese convenience store chain Lawson will launch a new collaboration campaign with Yowamushi Pedal: Grande Road, the second season of the TV anime adaptation of Wataru Watanabe's road bicycle racing-themed manga, from its following day. Check the details after the jump.
Following the current The New Prince of Tennis, Lawson, one of the largest convenience store chains in Japan, will be running a new collaboration campaign with the upcoming compilation film Arpeggio of Blue Steel -Ars Nova- DC from February 3. Check the main visual featuring Iona wearing a costume inspired by the chain's uniform after the jump.
One of the largest convenience store chains in Japan, Lawson will launch a new collaboration campaign with The New Prince of Tennis anime series featuring Keigo Atobe on January 6, 2015. Among the TeniPuri fans, January 6 is known as the memorial day for his signature technique, Atobe Kingdom. Hit the jump for more details.
How did you like the first episode of Free! Eternal Summer? The broadcast date of the anime in Japan was also the release date of the second volume of the light novel that the anime is based on in High☆Speed 2 with a new TV spot to promote the new volume. Plus new art from a new Lawson convenience store promotion after the jump!
Japanese convenience store chain Lawson will start a collaboration campaign with The Idolm@ster: One for All, the upcoming PS3 game from The Idolm@ster franchise, on May 27. This time they will offer character-illustrated PET bottles of Kirin Beverage's popular green tea brand Namacha. Check the 12 bottles after the jump!
On top of the Free! collaboration campaign, Japanese convenience store chain Lawson has announced another promotion campaign with popular idol anime and game, Love Live! The first promotion will start on March 18th with a lottery to win original Love Live! T-shirts and goods when purchasing campaign products from Kirin Beverage and the participants will choose the promotion image girl for the campaign. Check it out after the jump!
To promote the second season, which is rumored to start in July (fingers crossed), sexy summer swimming anime Free! will launch a collaboration campaign with Japanese convenience store franchise Lawson and the first collaboration images have been posted. The boys are in Lawson uniform inspired track jerseys, which matche perfectly with the Iwatobi High School colors. Check it out after the jump!