Details for Adventure Sunday Market, including Lotto and Stamp Rally


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Sep 8, 2006

Adventure Sunday Market, a Digimon Adventure: and One Piece pop-up event was announced a few weeks ago.

With it opening later today, we finally have more details. We will just be going over the Digimon relevant details, but more can be found on the site.

It runs through September 13th

The pop-up event will take place at the DiverCity Tokyo Plaza shopping center (located at 1 Chome-1-10 Aomi, Koto City, Tokyo 135-0064, Japan.) The shop will be found in front of the Uniqlo store on the 5th floor.

The products will be made up the various Fuji TV exclusive goods. It appears the handful shown on the site aren't the only things, as they also list things being in vending machines, etc.

In addition they are showing one product we didn't know about, but that will likely be added to the Fuji TV goods soon based on everything else being from them...


These trading medals are about 1.2 inches wide and feature the kids and Digimon. There are 16 total and they cost 770 yen.

There will be a few small attached events also...


There will be a lotto for those who spend 1,000 yen or more (not including vending machine bought items.)

The only Digimon products announced for the lotto so far are the 3 Digimon Card Game starter decks.

And they have also announced one more thing for now...


They will be holding a 'Digimon Digital Stamp Rally'.

Throughout the building there will be five stands in the building where you can scan QR codes to collect digital stamps of the 8 Digimon partners.

Gift 1- Training tips for the Digimon data broadcast that happens during Digimon Adventure: in Japan. They note there are 3 of these, and they are random, so if you do it multiple times, you might not get 'new' tips.

Gift 2- A digital photo frame to use to take photos with Digimon characters.

There are currently 3 blank slots on the Adventure Sunday Market website for other mini events during the store.

So more to come it appears.


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Apr 28, 2019
I know a certain Australian super into both Digimon and One Piece. It's nice seeing Digimon promotional events, Adventure: went way beyond my expectations and this franchise in general is still criminally underrated