The online version of the EVANGELION STORE announced on its website yesterday the website has had a data breach, with 17,828 credit card numbers leaked, passwords stolen, and more identifiable information revealed from the period of June 8, 2020, to June 30, 2021. More details after the jump.
Tokyo-based anime merchandise company Movic will release a cushion inspired by the shoulder part of Evangelion Unit-01, one of the main mechas of the Evangelion franchise, on September 1, 2018. You can use it as a replacement of pillow, or as a cosplay item if you want. Learn more after the jump.
In commemoration of its 20th anniversary, "EVA T PARTY 2015," a time-limited special T-shirt sales event featuring the Evangelion series has been held at Kyoto Loft since yesterday, April 22. It will also open at the Evangelion Store Tokyo-01 in Ikebukuro this Saturday. Check the details after the jump.
Back in October of this year, Evangelion Store Tokyo-01, one of the official permanent stores dedicated to Evangelion merchandise, moved from Harajuku to the second floor of the P'Parco (P Dash Parco) mall annex in Ikebukuro, with more compact size. Check the latest good selection at the store after the jump!
The third film of the Rebuild of Evangelion tetralogy, Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo hits Japanese theaters this weekend on November 17th. In commemoration of the release, E-ma, a 13 story building devoted to fashion-related shops in Osaka-city, has opened "Evangelion Store Customized" which is specialized in various Evangelion goods. Check the inside of the Eva store after the jump!
This is the second report of Evangelion Store Tokyo-01, a two-story permanent store dedicated only to Evangelion goods in Harajuku, Tokyo. In contrast with the first floor carries mainly casual apparel, the second floor is focused on more Otaku-ish items (figures, toys, and sweets). Check the photo report from Tokyo after the jump!
Evangelion Store Tokyo-01, a two-story permanent store dedicated only to Evangelion goods opened in Harajuku, Tokyo, on November 23, 2011. The store carries Eva-inspired clothing and fashion accessories on the first floor and more Otaku-ish items (figures, toys, and sweets) on the second. Check the photo tour of the store after the jump!