The Hololive Ichiban Kuji is now available in convenience stores and hobby shops around Japan. It will cost 700 JPY ($5.20) to try for an item. The Double Chance Campaign will end some time in September 2022. It will also become available online from mid-July 2022. [Thanks, Famitsu!]
Normally, Ichiban Kuji prizes follow an alphabetical order. The “top-tier prize” is the A Prize and the further down the alphabet one goes, the smaller the prizes are. For example, the A Prize of the Kingdom Hearts anniversary Ichiban Kuji is a statue of Sora whereas the H Prize is a Keyblade charm. However, the Hololive Ichiban Kuji does not separate the prizes into such tiers. Instead, the division is based on either the Hololive member or the type of goods.
The line-up of prizes is:
- Minato Aqua Prize
- Inugami Korone Prize
- Usada Pekora Prize
- Shirogane Noel Prize
- Houshou Marine Prize
- Chokonokko Figures
- Canvas boards
- Rubber charms
- Last One: Illustration board set
The Hololive girls’ prizes are cloth tapestries of them. Bandai Spirits announced this collection and what the prizes will be in February 2022. However, we did not know what the merchandise would look like. During this time, it also revealed the various artists who will work on the collection. For example, illustrator magako drew Noel’s tapestry while Piromizu drew Marine’s.
The Hololive Ichiban Kuji is available in Japan and will be available online from July 2022.