Anycolor, the parent company behind Nijisanji, announced new rules for sending fan letters and gifts to Vtubers. Starting on June 5, 2023, new regulations will only allow up to five items per envelope, with those consisting of photographs, message boards or cards, and postcards. Restrictions also prevent people from providing their social media IDs, personal information, or items that aren’t a part of the approved “gifts.” Also, the company said it will dispose of letters not given to its Vtubers from its Japanese and English branches.
While postcards, photos, and message boards are allowed, there are specific restrictions for how many can be included. People can only include their original art or stories on the message card, and up to three can be in a single letter. You can also include up to five photos. Only one postcard is allowed. You can also include five pieces of paper. However, the limit on total items is five. So you could include one photo, two message cards, and two pieces of paper with writing. You can include your name, but not your ID. Also, in the event you draw on the envelope, you can place that in a second envelope to protect it.
Here is the exact address for a Nijisanji Vtuber fan letter:
ANYCOLOR Inc., (Name of the talent) Midtown East 11F, 9-7-2
Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052 Japan
Anycolor also noted that it won’t take digital fan letters for Nijisanji Vtubers. It also didn’t note if someone about to graduate will get any letters just yet.
One of Anycolor’s last major announcements had to do with protecting its Vtubers. It teamed up with Hololive owner Cover for that initiative.
The new Nijisanji Vtuber fan letter restrictions go into effect on June 5, 2023.