Quintessential Quintuplets New Movie Trailer and Merchandise Revealed

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TBS Animation shared a new trailer for The Quintessential Quintuplets movie. Additionally, merchandise that can be purchased alongside the theater release of the film was revealed. TBS Animation has also made the theme song of the The Quintessential Quintuplets movie, “Quintuple Paths,” available to listen to through streaming services like Spotify. However, access to the song will be limited by region.

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The new trailer for The Quintessential Quintuplets movie features several key moments, while introducing each of the Nakano sisters. You can watch it below.

As mentioned previously, there will be items available to purchase alongside the release of the film. These includes Sanrio crossover products, like acrylic standees, mugs, washi tape, flake stickers, badges, and 5 different clear cards. The clear cards will be distributed at random.

However, consumers will also be able to purchase special theater pamphlets. Two versions are available. A luxury version of the pamphlet will be available and cost 3,000 yen ($23), whereas a standard version is available for 1,200 yen ($10). The standard pamphlet will be 44 pages, while the luxury version will be 80 pages. They will include interviews with members of the staff and creator Negi Haruba.

The Quintessential Quintuplets movie will debut in Japan on May 20, 2022.

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