Oshi no Ko Anna Sui merchandise collection revealed
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Oshi no Ko Anna Sui Merchandise Pre-Orders Open in Japan

Anna Sui has revealed a new lineup of merchandise inspired by Oshi no Ko. The items will range from handkerchiefs to bags. Most of them will also feature illustrations of characters like Ai and Ruby. Pre-orders for these items have also opened on Premium Bandai and Anna Sui Japan web stores.

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These items will only be legally available inside Japan. Even though Anna Sui’s Japanese web store is accessible worldwide with a feature that detects the visitor’s country and converts the prices accordingly, selecting any country other than Japan will generate a message stating that the Oshi no Ko items are not available for international shipping.

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

  • Handkerchief: ¥2,200
  • Towel Handkerchief: ¥1,100
  • Clear Pouch: ¥1,320
  • Windowed Pouch: ¥2,750
  • Eco Bag: ¥3,300
  • Folding Umbrella: ¥5,500
  • Scarf: ¥3,850
  • Cap: ¥7,150
  • T-shirt: ¥6,380
  • Small T-shirt: ¥6,160
  • Pieyon Track Jacket: ¥20,900
  • Backpack Bag: ¥22,000 (with bonus badge set)
  • Tote Bag: ¥16,500 (with bonus badge set)

The last two items will come with an additional set of tin badges. The buyer will be able to choose whether to get the set featuring Ai, Aqua, and Ruby, or the other set with Kana, Akane, and MEMcho.

Oshi no Ko will thus join the list of anime and manga franchises that Anna Sui has made merchandise for. The brand previously released items inspired by Neon Genesis Evangelion and Demon Slayer -Kimetsu no Yaiba-.

Anna Sui will close the pre-order window for the Oshi no Ko merchandise on May 6, 2024. The brand will begin shipping the items in late July 2024.

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