Nintendo Tokyo Opening in November

Nintendo Tokyo Store Brings Exclusive Merchandise

The first Japanese Nintendo store is set to open in Tokyo on November 22nd, located in the new Shibuya Parco shopping center, part of the Shibuya district. To celebrate the grand opening, there will be merchandise that can’t be purchased anywhere else in the world other than Nintendo Tokyo. This includes a special procession illustration that has many of Nintendo’s iconic characters, stationary and keychains. After 130 years in Japan and with the upcoming Nintendo theme park coming to Japan, it’s no surprise that Nintendo Tokyo is finally opening soon.

Nintendo Tokyo

Nintendo Tokyo store’s Shibuya Parco shopping center location is near the famous Shibuya Scramble intersection and statue of loyal dog Hachiko. The storefront is located on Shibuya Parco’s 6th floor. The following items will be available for purchase for the store’s grand opening:

  • Pin Set
  • Two roll masking tape set
  • Plastic tape
  • Rubber keychain straps
  • Ring notebook
  • PVC shoulder bag
  • Pen case
  • Sketch Pad
  • Block-shaped memo pad
  • Transparent sticker sheet
  • Set of three postcards
  • Zipper pouch
  • Cushion
  • Mug
  • Stainless steel bottle
  • Floating pen
  • Roll cake
  • Face towel
  • T-shirt
  • Crunch chocolate
  • Tote bag
  • Mechanical pencil

These items range in price from 600 for the Rubber keychain straps and 4,800 yen for the t-shirts, giving gamers an idea of how much they can expect to spend at the upcoming Japanese Nintendo Store. Though we like cushions and stainless steel bottles as much as anyone, stationary looks like the most appealing part of the list while a tote bag seems like an essential purchase when visiting any Nintendo store around the world.

What’s your favorite piece of Nintendo merchandise and is it part of Nintendo Japan’s grand opening? Will you be taking a trip to Japan just to check out the new Nintendo location? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: Dualshockers