Japanese convenience store giant Lawson released their Yowamushi Pedal collaboration campaign earlier today, July 22, 2014, yet the sports anime proved to be so popular that the collaboration items included in the campaign were completely sold out in mere hours…. Read More »
Japanese banking group Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC) will be issuing some very special One Piece Visa credit cards as a special collaboration in accordance to the anime adaptation’s 15th anniversary.
A screenshot from what seems to be a page listing Tekken 7‘s PC release in Amazon.co.uk has been going around the internet as of late and it looks somewhat legitimate.
With the summer edition of Wonder Festival 2014 already less than a week away, Aniplex+ has announced the figures which they will put on display in their EC Shop Aniplex+ booth which will be set up during one of Japan’s… Read More »
After their successful anime runs, Moe anime Is The Order a Rabbit? and fantasy anime Date A Live II will be getting their own smartphone stands thanks to Charamode.
As a follow-up to their successful Macaroon-themed Free! prize figures, Taito Toys is serving up some “Bitter Chocolate” featuring the abtacular swimmers from one of this summer’s hottest anime, Free! Eternal Summer for their Honpo Kuji lottery games. Makoto and… Read More »
The Sailor Moon live action musical cast appeared in costume over at the Ikebukuro Sunshine City Fountain Square yesterday, July 21, 2014 to the delight of the crowd. It is all to promote the launch of the Sailor Moon -La Reconquista- DVD.
Nico-Nico-Niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! Today is July 22, 2014, in other words, today marks the birthday of Love Live!’s lovable yet self-centered school idol, Nico Yazawa, and her loyal fans have treated her to a very special birthday.
During the Chain Chronicle Offline Fan Meeting in Tokyo, a short animated video by Sega announced that the smartphone RPG will in fact be getting itself its very own anime adaptation.
Today was Sea Day in Japan which means everyone was out and about having a good time, even the ever popular Pikachu as a giant 9 meter boon bounce Pikachu appeared in Kyoto. While in Kagoshima, the Pokemon company has also… Read More »
Since 1953, the Radio Kaikan building has been one of Akihabara’s most famous landmarks, and in 2011, it was dismantled to make sure the building lived up to Japan’s strict earthquake standards. Three years on, that very landmark has been… Read More »
Manga T-shirt brand Mangart Beams is collaborating with popular sports manga Haikyuu! for some T-shirt designs which truly reflect the personalities of the series’ characters.