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Animate Releases New JJBA: Stone Ocean Merchandise

Animate will hold a commemorative event for JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean from May 23 to June 18, 2023. This is to celebrate the official ending of the anime, which is exclusive to Netflix. There will be new pieces of merchandise, as well as bonuses when you purchase Stone Ocean items.

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For every 1,100 JPY of your total, you can get a special bonus card. Purchasing the DVD or Blu-Ray can get you the whole set. In total, there are seven clear cards, and they all show art of the main characters. The cards depict: Jolyne, Ermes, FF, Emporio, Weather Report, Anasui, and Jotaro.

Here is a list of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean merchandise that you can get at Animate, as well as their prices (taxes included):

  • Acrylic Badge Collection (OP 2): 660 JPY each/5,280 JPY box
  • Acrylic Charm Collection: 660 JPY each/5,280 JPY box
  • Acrylic Diorama: 3850 JPY
  • Acrylic Keyholder: 880 JPY each
  • B2 Tapestry: 3850 JPY
  • Big Acrylic Stand: 1,650 JPY
  • Can Badge Collection: 440 JPY each/3,080 JPY box
  • Can Badge Collection (Scenes): 440 JPY each/4,400 JPY box
  • Clear File Set: 990 JPY each
  • Life-Sized Tapestry: 7,700 JPY
  • Sticker Collection: 660 JPY each/4,620 JPY box
  • Tote Bag: 2,750 JPY

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean is the sixth animated part of the long-running JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure anime series. It concludes the chronology that started in Phantom Blood and stars Jolyne Cujoh, who is the biological daughter of Stardust Crusaders protagonist Jotaro. The series starts with a false accusation landing Jolyne in jail. There, she awakens to her Stand powers but finds herself wrapped up in the mysterious machinations of Father Pucci.

JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone’s Ocean is readily available to watch exclusively on Netflix. The JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone’s Ocean event at Animate will last until June 18, 2023.

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