New Capcom Store Merchandise Features Artwork by Kinu Nishimura

Capcom Store Kinu Nishimura artwork merchandise

The Capcom Store now offers new merchandise featuring artwork by Kinu Nishimura, best known for her work on the Street Fighter series. The new items are exclusive to both the Capcom Store Tokyo and Capcom Store Osaka locations.

The merchandise features 37 characters from popular Capcom series, with Street Fighter ones featured prominently. Other series shown in the artwork include Resident Evil, Devil May Cry, Mega Man, Ace Attorney, Sengoku Basara, Rival Schools, Darkstalkers, Monster Hunter, Imprisoned Palm, and Okami. There are 11 new items total featuring the artwork by Kinu Nishimura. These are mostly items made to decorate your home or office.

Capcom Store Merchandise Kinu Nishimura Artwork

From left to right: Clear folders, mini-towel, IC card sticker, and pass case

The first four items are everyday goods that you can carry with you to school or work.

Capcom Store Merchandise Kinu Nishimura Artwork

Tapestry, mug, desk mat, postcard

The next set of items focus on goods that you can keep at home. The desk mat measures 45cm, so it’s on the larger side. It matches the mug and could go in a home office.

Capcom Store Merchandise Kinu Nishimura Artwork

Full-colored T-shirt, iPhone case (6s/7/8/SE), and Tablet PC case

Lastly, we have three personal, items starting with a full-colored T-shirt. The iPhone case is compatible with the iPhone 6s, 7, 8, and the iPhone SE. The tablet PC case fits most devices and was made with practicality and protection in mind.


Here are the prices for the items.

  • Clear Folder – 500 yen
  • Tapestry – 5,000 yen
  • IC Card Sticker – 800 yen
  • Full-Color Pass Case – 1,200 yen
  • Postcard – 500 yen
  • Full-Color T-shirt – 5,000 yen
  • Mug Cup – 2,500 yen
  • Mini-Towel – 800 yen
  • iPhone Case (6s/7/8/SE) – 3,200 yen
  • Tablet PC Case – 4,200 yen
  • Desk Mat – 3,500 yen

You can only obtain the Link Nishimura items by visiting the Capcom Stores in Osaka and Tokyo.

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