Bandai has announced some new towels to tie into the release of tri. part 4.
First up we have...
A big towel designed with the tri. Part 4 theatrical poster art! They actually call it a 'giga size towel'
This towel is 28 inches by 40 inches.
It's up for pre-order on the Premium Bandai store for 8,640 yen. Pre-orders close March 23 and it ships in April.
Next up is a trio of items...
Taichi, Yamato, and Takeru towels (no love for Koushiro or Jou apparently)
Each of these is even bigger than the giga size towel, standing at 2 meters tall. The full size is 33.4 inches by 78.75 inches.
They're so big they comment you may want to use them as blankets, or even hang it on the wall as a giant poster.
Each is up for pre-order on the Premium Bandai store for 8,640 yen. Pre-orders close March 23 and it ships in April.
Last but not least is something smaller and more affordable.
This is a small hand towel that has the tri. Part 4 poster design on it. It's about 7.9 inches by 7.9 inches.
Pre-orders are up now on the Premium Bandai store for 756 yen. Pre-orders close March 23 and it ships in April.
In addition, the two Digimon Adventure tri. x Outdoor Products Collaboration bags will be sold again. These descriptions and images are the same as before, just with any updated information.
First is the backpack.
The tri. themed backpack is a collaboration with Outdoor Products and is a deluxe backpack that measures 12.5 x 20.4 x 5.9 inches.
Pre-orders are open at Premium Bandai until March 31st.. The pack ships in May. It costs 12,960 yen.
Then is the tote bag.
This deluxe tote bag is also a collaboration with Outdoor Products. It measures 13.8 x 13.8 x 5.9 inches.
Pre-orders are open at Premium Bandai until March 31st. The tote bag ships in May. It costs 7,344 yen.
You'll want to contact an intermediary to get any of these items sent to you. WtW is not affiliated with any, but here are a selection of intermediaries that have worked well for various WtWers and their friends in the past:
The Bandai Premium store has also chosen to affiliate themselves/recommend three potential shops to be used as intermediaries for non-Japanese buyers:
From Japan (this From japan link shows various items that they waive commission fees for.)
You'll want to provide your chosen intermediary with the link to the item you want. Just copy paste the links to the produsct pages for what you want and send them a message about it and they'll take care of it after they discuss pricing and their policies with you. The link embedded in the news article for the product items are exactly what you'll need to send them.
Some of the intermediaries have a full store front and may have the item listed, so you may want to check that first.