Digimon Music Art Products at Aniga-ter for a Week and a Half


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Sep 8, 2006
Updated details from something we found out about at DigiFes.

Based on comments from the Digimon Music Producer, we knew FeelMee was planning something a bit different for Odaiba Memorial.

They've partnered with Aniga-ter to do a number of products featuring artwork that FeelMee has used before for Digimon CDs and promotional use.

These items will be available at Aniga-ter through August 11th.

The products are...

Canvas artwork. Each of these features the kids at a different age, along with art of the Digimon partners. This art was previously used on a CD buying promotion. Each is 4,840 yen and measures about roughly 10.7 x 8.6 inches.

The same artwork is being used on these acrylic stands. Each is 1,650 yen and is roughly 3.5 x 3.5 inches.

A can badge set featuring can badges with all 3 pieces of art for 1,300 yen.

A holder for items like masks, tickets, receipts, etc. featuring the Adventure artwork. It costs 700 yen.

A shirt using the original Butter-Fly single artwork in a vintage style. It costs 4,600 yen and comes in 4 sizes.

Sizes are in centimeters, and the number order is- height, width, shoulder width, sleeve
Small- 65, 46, 40, 19
Medium- 68, 49, 42, 20
Large- 71, 52, 45, 21
XLarge- 74, 55, 48, 22

A cotton bag featuring monochrome images of each partner Digimon and a 'To The Digital World' logo text. It costs 1,700 yen.

And last up, a key holder featuring artwork from a later Butter-Fly CD release, with the other side being designed as a memorial ticket. It's 1,400 yen.

A small, but nice collection of things. It's especially nice that the Adventure/tri./Kizuna artwork is being made more widely available.

Aniga-ter has teamed up with world shopping to make international purchases easy, and it will show up on their site if it sees you are outside of Japan. If you'd rather use your own intermediary...

You'll want to contact an intermediary to get 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:
From Japan
Rider Proxy

You'll want to provide your chosen intermediary with the link to the item. Just copy paste the link to the product 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 links embedded in the news article for the products are exactly what you'll need to send them.

Some of the intermediaries have a full storefront and may have the item listed, so you may want to check that first.



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Aug 11, 2020
Of course today is the day I find out about this... I'm guessing Yahoo! Japan is my best bet to get one of those shirts once they come out.