Yuri!!! on Ice Unveils Goods for Art Exhibit, Comiket
There is no shortage of Yuri!!! on Ice merchandise in the otaku marketplace these days. Fans can collect everything from tissue cases to body products to sweatshirts to Nendoroids. The hit anime series just unveiled more goods that will be available at two events this month.
The Yuri!!! on Ice Exhibition is being held at Tokyo’s pixiv Zingaro gallery from December 15 to December 27. Fans can treat themselves to original artwork and materials from the anime. While the exhibit is free, there will be merchandise available to purchase, which was unveiled on Friday.
Limited to this event:
Yuri lion T-shirt
(2,160 yen or about US$19)
Sold in advance at this exhibit:
Reproduction genga illustration drawn by Mitsurou Kubo
Available in early February (19,440 yen or about US$169)
Collection of 6 acrylic keychains
Available December 17 (540 yen or US$5 for one pack, 3,240 yen or US$28 for a box)
Collection of 10 mini paper boards
Available December 20 (432 yen or US$4 for one pack, 4,320 yen or US$37 for a box)
Available December 17 (4,320 yen or $37.70)
Available December 23 (1,080 yen or $9.40 each)
Available December 22 (5,184 yen or $45.21 per box)
Collectible acrylic charms
Available December 22 (7,776 yen or $67.82 per box)
Those who attend the event and spend at least 2,000 yen ($17.45) will also receive one of these three postcards drawn by Mitsurou Kubo, at least while supplies last.
The anime fan calendar is finished off each year with the winter edition of Comiket, which is held from December 29 to 31 this year. A number of other Yuri!!! on Ice goods will be available at the Animedia Shop booth — #4324 in West 4 Hall.
(700 yen or about $6 each)
(3,500 yen or about $30.50)
(2,000 yen each)
A bigger microfiber towel with exclusive artwork
(3,000 yen or $26)
A scarf/towel with a hood
(4,500 yen or $39)
Visitors to the Animedia Shop booth also get this complimentary tote bag to carry their goodies in. The booth will also carry goods for Mob Psycho 100 and Mr. Osomatsu.