The Legend of Zelda Tears of the Kingdom merchandise at Nintendo Tokyo Kyoto and Osaka physical stores
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More LOZ Tears of the Kingdom Merchandise Appears in Japan

Nintendo has released a new wave of merchandise inspired by The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom in Japan. The collection ranges from a drawstring pouch based on the Bomb Flower to a rug modeled after the Zonai Wing.

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These items are immediately available at Nintendo’s physical stores in Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto. People residing in the country can also order the goods online via My Nintendo Store.

Here is the complete list of items in the collection, along with their respective prices in Japanese yen:

  • Zonai Wing Rug: ¥8,580
  • Aloha Shirt: ¥6,380
  • Sticker: ¥880 individually or ¥9,680 for the complete 11-in-1 set
  • Secret Stone Pin: ¥1,375 individually or ¥11,000 for the complete 8-in-1 set
  • ID Cardholder: ¥1,980
  • Signpost Keychain: ¥1,320
  • Skull Chest Keychain: ¥1,650
  • Bomb Flower Purse: ¥2,530
  • Zelda’s Earrings: ¥2,035
  • Purah’s Hairband: ¥1,485
  • Traveling Korok Mini Pouch: ¥3,795
  • Traveling Korok Eco Bag: ¥3,795
  • Canvas Board: ¥14,850
  • T-Shirt: ¥4,070
  • Long-Sleeved T-Shirt: ¥4,620
  • Handkerchief: ¥2,200
  • Master Sword Pin: ¥1,430
  • Necktie: ¥4,620
  • Stainless Drink Bottle: ¥4,840
  • Mini Bath Towel: ¥2,420
  • Clear Pouch: ¥2,200
  • Note Book: ¥1,540

Nintendo is also working with other companies to release more merchandise from Tears of the Kingdom. Uniqlo has released shirts based on the game worldwide. Meanwhile, Good Smile Company is gradually releasing figma action figures starting with Link appearing first, and Ganondorf and Zelda following suit later on.

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is available worldwide on Nintendo Switch. A variety of merchandise inspired by the game is purchasable in Nintendo’s physical and online stores in Japan.


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