A Cardcaptor Sakura Specialty Store Has Opened in Japan
Most Pinoy anime fans are familiar with Cardcaptor Sakura, a popular animated series that first found its audience in readers of Japanese magazine Nakayoshi. From its June 1996 issue up to its August 2000 issue, which already include special books, the magazine was able to release more than 16.5 million copies.
Sixteen years after the series ended, a new series was released in 2016, which subsequently became a big hit. In response to the fans, NHK-BS Premium, one of Japan's national broadcasting platforms, started airing the Clear Card series again.
But here's the most exciting part: Kiddy Land recently opened the first special shop dedicated to the animated series last January 8 at their Harajuku branch, followed by the other 39 branches.
If you're a Cardcaptor Sakura fan, make sure you visit this store to get your hands on limited edition products such as canned candies, popcorn bottles, and a special Cardcaptor Sakura postcard if you make a minimum purchase of ¥2,000.
If you're a huge fan, get all three designs if you make a purchase worth ¥6,000.
Provided by Japan Walker™, Tokyo Walker™, and Walkerplus™ (10 January 2018)