I Cinnamoroll pop-up store
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Sanrio to Open I Cinnamoroll Pop-Up Store

From January 11, 2024 to February 12, 2024, Sanrio will open up a pop-up store featuring I Cinnamoroll. You’ll be able to shop there in Tokyo’s Hello Kitty Japan DiverCity Tokyo Plaza store and Osaka’s Sanrio Gift Gate Namba Ebisubashi store.

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The name of the story is “Nice Meeting You, I Cinnamoroll,” which will help introduce fans to I Cinnamoroll. I Cinnamoroll is a newer brand that focuses on an alternate version of Cinnamoroll where he never met Anna and never became the face of Cafe Cinnamon. Much like Aggretsuko, I Cinnamoroll is an older character and he promotes self-love. He leads a very leisurely life where he does what makes himself happy instead of following trends or listening to people on social media.

There is a wide selection of goods that you can purchase from the I Cinnamoroll pop-up store. Here is a list of some examples:

  • Apron: 3960 JPY
  • Clear folder: 330 JPY
  • Digital photo frame: 7480 JPY
  • Doll: 2970 JPY
  • Lithium polymer charger: 4708 JPY
  • Pot coaster: 1980 JPY
  • Stainless mug with lid: 3190 JPY
  • Tote bag: 3300 JPY
  • T-shirt: 3960 JPY

While supplies last, you’ll be able to get a sticker of I Cinnamoroll with every purchase. These stickers are fairly small, at 5 cm x 5 cm. They depict I Cinnamoroll going about his daily life.

The I Cinnamoroll pop-up store will open up for a limited time in Tokyo and Osaka.

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Stephanie is a senior writer who has been writing for games journalism and translating since 2020. After graduating with a BA in English and a Certificate in Creative Writing, she spent a few years teaching English and history before fulfilling her childhood dream of becoming a writer. In terms of games, she loves RPGs, action-adventure, and visual novels. Aside from writing for Siliconera and Crunchyroll, she translates light novels, manga, and video games.