We first found out about the second location for the new pop-up shop almost 2 weeks ago.
Now we have a date for this new location with it's handful of extra items.
The tri. Shop Part 3 at the Limited Base store at the Nagoya P'Parco will be open March 5th thru April 5th
The original "Digimon tri. shop Part 3" is being held now thru March 15, with it's winter theme, at the Limited Base store at the Ikebukuro P'Parco.
Most of the information here was in prior articles, but listing it to help those who might have a chance to go.
All the announced products from the Ikebukuro Limited Base pop-up shop will appear, along with a handful of exclusives!
The first exclusive is a card case for 2,980 yen.
The second exclusive we finally have a photo of. (Update- Various details about this product have been added.)
This exclusive item is a green version of the pouch from the Ikebukuro pop-up shop. It will be 1,800 yen, the same price as the pouch at the Ikebukuro shop (in addition, the original tan pouch from the Ikebukuro shop is also available at the Nagoya shop.)
The last exclusive....
The Nagoya location will have the can badges, but instead of having the special Hikari/Tailmon one, it will have a special Takeru/Patamon one. These will be blind packed for 400 yen each.
Are there more items to come? Hopefully this allows fans traveling to Japan a good chance of getting some of these items.
In addition, Brujula, who helps produce many of the tri. goods that end up in the pop-up shop, have put up some more detailed images of some of the items showing up at both pop-up shops.
First is the various shirts.
Then the eco-bags with art drawn during a Tokuban.
Up next are the can badges, with the exclusive one from each location.
The keychains really do look nice.
Last up is the holy ring in it's box. They point out that you don't have to use it as a ring, that it would look nice around your neck with a silver chain, which the ring comes with!
The item descriptions and prices for these for these can be found in the overview of all the items in the original Ikebukuro pop-up shop.
The original news and discussion for the second location of the pop-up shop part 3 can be found here.