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Tales of Festival 2020 Event Exclusive Goods Now Available to Purchase Online

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Tales of Festival 2020 goods

Fans usually have to attend the yearly festival to score the goods, but since Tales of Festival 2020 was delayed for this year, select event-exclusive goods were made available to purchase online via Kotobukiya.

The Kotobukiya Online Shop has been taking orders as of earlier today at 3:00pm JST. Those in Japan will also get to hit up the Kotobukiya Akihabara, Tachikawa, and Osaka shops starting tomorrow, June 16, 2020, to purchase the goods.

Check out the Tales of Festival 2020 limited goods below:

Pitanui mode Tokunaga/Repede/Teepo/Normin Ponchos

Price: 1,650 yen each

Tales of Festival 2020 goods

Customers can order a maximum of two plushes. They’re available to order here.

Pitanui mode Tales of Series Osampo Bag

Price: 2,750 yen

Tales of Series Osampo Bag

Customers can order a max of two bags at the Kotobukiya Online Shop.

Trading Acrylic Skit Collection Tales of Series vol. 1 (Total of 12)

Price: 770 each or 9,240 yen for a box

Tales of FEstival Trading Acrylic Skit Collection

Now available to order at the Kotobukiya Online Shop.

Trading Acrylic Skit Collection Tales of Series vol. 2 (Total of 12)

Price: 770 each or 9,240 yen for a box

Tales of Festival Trading Acrylic Skit Collection

Now available to order at the Kotobukiya Online Shop.

Trading Acrylic Skit Collection Tales of Series vol. 3 (Total of 12)

Price: 770 each or 9,240 yen for a box

Now available to order at the Kotobukiya Online Shop.

Furthermore, those who purchase on the Kotobukiya Online Shop will receive one of the following 14 pins:

Those who purchase 2,000 yen worth of anything related to the Tales of series will receive the following special Tales of Festival 2020 bag:

Tales of Festival 2020 goods

The bag was expected to be limited to the actual Tales of Festival 2020 event that was cancelled. These will be available for purchases made at the physical Kotobukiya stores and the Kotobukiya Online Shop.

In case you missed it, a more substantial Tales of Festival will take place on March 7, 2021.

Sato
Gamer, avid hockey fan, and firm believer in the heart of the cards.