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- Sep 8, 2006
A new Tamers 20th Anniversary pop-up shop that we weren't aware of!
The Digimon Tamers 20th Anniversary Shop in Tokyo Character Street (1, 2) features new key art of the Tamers having a party. If this art looks a bit familiar, it's because it's show style art with the same composition as the recent Tamers 20th Graffarts artwork, giving a nice contrast to that art.
The shop will be at Tokyo Character Street, Tokyo Station Yaesu North Exit B1F (First Avenue Tokyo Station B1F). It'll be a standalone mini-shop under the stairs.
The shop will be August 13th through 26th.
Then we have the products...
At the moment it appears these are early products, not exclusive, but we aren't 100% sure at the moment, minus one thing mentioned later.
All the products use the new key art.
Can badges. There are 10 of these, featuring each character duo. They are 528 yen each, or 5280 yen for a box of 10. They are blindpacked.
Acrylic keychains. There are 10 of these, featuring each character duo. They are 858 yen each, or 8580 yen for a box of 10. They are blindpacked.
This acrylic art board shows off the new key art nicely and has a stand to be displayed on a desk or elsewhere. It's 2,750 yen.
Character themed frame for 1,320 yen.
A mobile device stand for 3,300 yen.
Acrylic figures. Each of these are 1760 yen and there are 10 types.
A Digimon Tamers 20th totebag for 2200 yen.
Then a bonus...
For every 2200 yen spent on products you'll get 1 of 2 postcards featuring the new artwork at random.
And last up...
They're making a clear file featuring the new art, but it won't be available until the fall, so we will see when/where that shows up.
The artwork being show style versions of the Graffarts artwork looks really nice, The product selection isn't super wide, but the artwork really shows everything off well.
We've currently pared down the list of intermediaries we list due to some places closing and others becoming iffy in their communication, calling into question their reliability. If you have any stories, positive or negative, about any intermediaries, DM me with them so we can figure out who might be worth adding (or re-adding), since these aren't affiliate links or anything, simply suggested ways to make it easier for fans to nab stuff.
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:
Be aware many intermediaries do not carry items from specialty shops since they can't be ordered online. You will need to ask them and explain what you want very carefully (perhaps with a photo.) Some intermediaries will potentially still not be willing to get the item (or may only be willing to at great cost.) Realistically to get anything from the pop-up shop at a reasonable cost you'll have to find someone who is actually going and ask them to pick you up something.
Some of the intermediaries have a full store front and may have the item listed, so you may want to check that first.