Update for 3rd Digimon GraffArts Collaboration- More places to buy!

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More places to buy stuff!

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As previously announced, the GraffArts mini-shop at Tokyo Character Street will stop carrying the 3rd Digimon x GraffArts products on December 19th, but GraffArt has announced a few more places to nab them!


The GraffArt stores in Ikebukuro, Akihabara, Namba, Nagoya, and Fukuoka Tenjin will begin to sell the items on December 28th.

Online orders will start at their online store at the same day.



The product lineup is the same, so pasting that here for anyone who missed it before, or just needs an update...

No details about a mass market release of these items yet, but hopefully that will happen soon.



Onto the products! First up is Digimon Adventure!


On the left of the image below is the Adventure keyart for the event.

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Can badges. There are 8 total blindpacked for 480 yen each. A box of 8 will also be sold for 3,840 yen.

Petit acrylic stands. There are 8 total blindpacked for 800 yen each. A box of 8 will be 6,400 yen.


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Pen/pencil case. This features the artwork montaged on it and costs 908 yen.

A card holder. The card holder features digieggs in the graffiti style on one side, and silhouettes of the Digimon on the other. It costs 2,480 yen.

Character pass. This pass holder features monochrome style artwork of the Digimon for 1,380 yen.

Leather fusen books. These little sticky note holders cost 800 yen each and come in 8 types.


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Clear file. The clear file of the Adventure art (A4 size) costs 500 yen.

T-Shirt. This shirt features monochrome style art of Taichi, Agumon, and a digivice for 3,500 yen.

Masking tape. This roll of character tape features the Digimon, digieggs, and digivices. It costs 500 yen.

Tote bag. This tote bag features the Adventure key art and costs 2,000 yen.

Neck strap. This next strap has a clip at the bottom, with the Digimon and kids on opposite sides.





Next up is Digimon Adventure 02!


On the left of the image below is the 02 keyart for the event.

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Can badges. There are 6 total blindpacked for 480 yen each. A box of 6 will also be sold for 2,880 yen.

Petit acrylic stands. There are 10 total blindpacked for 800 yen each. A box of 8 will be 8,000 yen.


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Pen/pencil case. This features the artwork montaged on it and costs 908 yen.

A card holder. The card holder features digimentals in the graffiti style on one side, and D-3s on the other. It costs 2,480 yen.

Character pass. This pass holder features monochrome style artwork of the Digimon for 1,380 yen.

Leather fusen books. These little sticky note holders cost 800 yen each and come in 6 types.


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Clear file. The clear file of the 02 art (A4 size) costs 500 yen.

T-Shirt. This shirt features monochrome style art of Daisuke, V-mon, and a D-3 for 3,500 yen.

Masking tape. This roll of character tape features the Digimon, digieggs, and digivices. It costs 500 yen.

Tote bag. This tote bag features the 02 key art and costs 2,000 yen.

Neck strap. This next strap has a clip at the bottom, with the Digimon and kids on opposite sides.




A nice selection of Adventure and 02 products, but there is one more thing...

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For every 2,200 yen you spend, you get 1 of 2 postcards at random featuring the main keyart. (This appears to be in store online, not for online purchases.)




Thanks to onkei for translations!


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
Nippon-Yasan

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. When the products are up we will try and provide links that should be what you need to send to an intermediary.

Some of the intermediaries have a full storefront and may have the item listed, so you may want to check that first. Some also won't deal with items that require going to stores, so in some cases you might want to wait until the online listings go up (or waiting for a potential standard release later.)
 
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