My Hero Academia Themed Shirts & T-Shirts Released On AMNIBUS
The online Japanese anime, manga and game merchandise website AMNIBUS is now taking orders for a new collection of My Hero Academia themed t-shirts and casual shirts. For international fans, the collection is available with worldwide shipping on the character and hobby website AmiAmi.
In the anime series we see the series protagonist Izuku Midoriya wearing a t-shirt that says “T-Shirt” in Japanese. You can now add the exact same t-shirt to your collection which can be worn either as an under-shirt or as your main t-shirt.
Price: ¥3,000 (Before Tax)
Sizes: Men’s S / M / L / XL / XXL / XXXL
Material 100% Cotton
If you’re looking for something a bit more casual and stylish but still geeky then these shirts are a must-grab, each colour inspired by the characters in the series. Shirt fabrics include Oxford cloth, flannel, denim, and more. Each shirt features a motif of the respective characters on the breast while the cuffs have the U.A. High School badge on them.
Price: ¥8,000 Each (Before Tax)
Designs: 4 (Izuku Midoriya, Katsuki Bakugo, Ochaco Uraraka, Shōto Todoroki)
Sizes: Men’s M / L / XL
Material 100% Cotton
These shirts and t-shirt are perfect for everyday use, events, and pretty much any other situation you can think of while still being able to support your favourite series!
©Kohei Horikoshi / Shueisha・My Hero Academia Production Committee
Product Page: https://amnibus.com/products/title/190
My Hero Academia X Monster Strike Collaboration Commemoration Café Menu Release
To commemorate the collaboration between mobile game Monster Strike and manga My Hero Academia, XFLAG STORE SHIBUYA, SHINSAIBASHI and +(PLUS) HANEDA are releasing a new limited period café menu, which includes brand new drinks that come with original sleeves for the cups.
Character Sodas: Izuku Midoriya, Katsuki Bakugou, Shoto Todoroki, Ochaco Uraraka, Tenya Iida
Price: ￥750 each (before tax)
If you order any drink from this café menu, you will be presented with an original badge that is chosen at random. During the commemoration period, the café space will be decorated with special illustrations and there will be special videos running for visitors to enjoy.
Limited Café Menu
Running: July 17 ー August 4, 2019
XFLAG STORE SHIBUYA
XFLAG STORE SHINSAIBASHI
XFLAG STORE +(PLUS) HANEDA
My Hero Academia Characters Get an Adorable Sanrio Partner For Goods Lineup
04.June.2019 | ANIME&GAME
Weekly Shōnen Jump manga My Hero Academia (HiroAka) is collaborating with Sanrio!
The My Hero Academia manga series sold approximately 22 million copies and then got an anime adaptation in 2016. Even a movie adaptation for the first season was released in 2018 and it was a big hit. In October, the brand new season 4 will be released on Yomiuri TV, and Nippon TV. We are also anticipating a new movie release this winter and we know it is going to be just as popular.
Izuku Midoriya X Pochacco
Katsuki Bakugo X Bad Badtz–Maru
We have just heard the news of a collaborative project between My Hero Academia and Sanrio. Nine HiroAka characters and nine cute Sanrio characters will be paired up, starting with HiroAka’s main character Izuku Midoriya (sometimes known as Deku) and Sanrio’s iconic Hello Kitty.
All Might X Hello Kitty
Ochako Uraraka X My Melody
Each of the nine HiroAka characters, who overflow with originality, have been matched with a Sanrio character. To really deliver the uniqueness of each character pair, Sanrio designers have carefully crafted each design especially for the fans.
The designs will be given to a range of makers from apparel to stationery and even general goods. Further updates on this collaborative project will be posted on Twitter. It has been announced that there will be advanced sales of these collaborative goods in July 2019 at Tokyu Hands. To find out more, please visit the special website linked below.
ⓒ 1976, 1979, 1988, 1989, 1992, 1993, 1996, 2001, 2019 SANRIO CO.,LTD.
My Hero Academia Merch Fair Arrives at Jump Shops Around Japan
Eleven branches of the Jump Shop across Japan as well as the pop-up shop in Tokyo’s AQUA CiTY ODAIBA are set to hold a My Hero Academia themed fair from May 24 to June 9.
The theme of the fair is U.A. High School, an academy in the series where students learn and train to become heroes. It will be stocked full of merchandise celebrating the story to date in preparation for season 4 which will begin airing this October.
Hero Suits T-Shirt: ¥2,700 (Before Tax)
Sports Towel: ¥1,800 (Before Tax)
Lots of new merchandise will be sold including items with designs and illustrations created exclusively for the fair.
Midoriya Shoe Pouch: ¥1,800 (Before Tax)
Bakugo Red & White Manju: ¥1,800 (Before Tax)
For every receipt you receive after purchasing any of these items you will get one turn at a game they will have in the store. This game is not running at the Tokyo Station branch of the Jump Shop.
And for every ¥500 you spend including tax you will receive one of 21 possible stickers.
Gear up for the next part of the My Hero Academia and feel like you have become a member of U.A. at the official Jump Shop fair!
©Kohei Horikoshi/Shueisha・My Hero Academia Production Committee
My Hero Academia Fair 2019 in JUMP SHOP
Location: 11 Jump Shop branches in Japan & AQUA CiTY ODAIBA Pop-Up Shop
Running: May 24, 2019 – June 9, 2019
Jump Shop Website: www.shonenjump.com/j/jumpshop/
My Hero Academia & Sword Art Online T-Shirts Released by AMNIBUS
Online retailer AMNIBUS began taking orders for two t-shirts from the TV anime series My Hero Academia and Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online on March 4.
My Hero Academia – “Cut & Sewn T-Shirt”
This t-shirt is modelled on the one worn by Midoriya in season three episode 50. It has written on it カットソー in Japanese which means “cut and sewn.” The shirt has a thin silhouette and low neck.
Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online – Graphic T-Shirt
This SAO t-shirt features a huge illustration of Llenn on the front and her beloved P90 submachine gun “P-chan” on the back.
Wear them outdoors, wear them at an event―wherever you wear them represent your favourite series with these awesome-looking new t-shirts.
Cut & Sewn T-Shirt
Price: ¥3,000 (Before Tax)
Men’s Sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL
Women’s Sizes: M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL
Full Graphic T-Shirt
Price: ¥6,480 (Before Tax)
Unisex Sizes: S, M, L, XL
©Kohei Horikoshi / Shueisha・My Hero Academia Production Committee
©2017 Keiichi Sigsawa / KADOKAWA / ASCII Media Works / GGO Project
My Hero Academa Themed Cafe Opening at SEGA Ikebukuro GiGO
SEGA Entertainment is joining hands with the popular ongoing anime series My Hero Academia to open a limited time cafe at SEGA Ikebukuro GiGO on February 8.
Izuku’s Midoriya Demi Cup Plate (Left): ¥1,200 / Katsuki Bakugou’s Spicy Miso Ramen (Right): ¥1,200
Shōto Todoroki’s Fire & Ice Pancakes: ¥1,200
Ochaco Uraraka’s Houjicha Tea Parfaits: ¥900
Latte Art – 13 Designs: ¥700 Each (Coffee/Cocoa/Cafe Mocha)
For every drink ordered customers will receive one of the above 18 coasters chosen randomly. Drinks include hot or iced coffee, hot cocoa and one of the latte art drinks. Only a limited quantity of coasters are available, so don’t miss out.
Ordering from the food or dessert menu will get you one of the above original bromide photos, again chosen randomly and limited in stock.
A selection of exclusive merchandise will also be sold including key rings and other bromide photos.
Large Acrylic Key Holders w/ Standing – 5 Designs: ¥1,200 Each
Bromide Photos – 18 Designs (Set of 2): ¥500
You must reserve a table in advance to dine at the cafe, so book yours ASAP.
SEGA x My Hero Academia Collab Cafe
Running: February 8, 2019 – March 3, 2019
Location: SEGA Ikebukuro GiGO Floor BF2 (TECH 35 Bldg., 1-21-1 Higashi-Ikebukuro, Toshima Ward, Tokyo)
Cafe Website: http://sega-collabocafe.com/heroaca-ikebukuro.html
*Food, drinks and items subject to change.
*Above listed prices include tax.
My Hero Academia Official Website: http://heroaca.com/
©Kōhei Horikoshi / Shueisha・My Hero Academia Production Committee ©SEGA
My Hero Academia Creditless Ending Theme Video Released
The creditless ending video for the latest season of My Hero Academia has been released officially.
The ending theme song is titled Long Hope Philia (TV Limited), a specially arranged version of Masaki Suda’s new single Long Hope Philia which is included on the limited pressing edition which was released on August 1.
The song will be used as the main theme song for the forthcoming movie My Hero Academia: Two Heroes which will hit Japanese theatres on August 3. It’s an acoustic arrangement that has a completely different feel from the original. It garnered much attention from fans who haired the song for the first time in the movie trailer.
The creditless ending video can be viewed on the anime’s website and the TOHOanimation YouTube channel. It features series protagonist Deku who is looking out far across the ocean while walking on a sandy beach. The sight of him running with his friends offers a breather from the main show’s developing drama.
My Hero Academia: Two Heroes ‘Long Hope Philia’ Anime Music Video Released
A compilation video was released in collaboration with Masaki Suda of clips from the upcoming My Hero Academia: Two Heroes movie. The video features the song Long Hope Philia by the singer which serves as the opening theme.
The video has prompted fans to leave heartfelt comments talking about My Hero Academia‘s has influenced them.
Long Hope Philia was written and composed by Hiromu Akita (amazarashi) and ties in perfectly with the movie’s theme of friendship Be sure to check it out in the newly released collaboration video.
My Hero Academia: Two Heroes Fair to be Held at Animate Stores in Japan
To celebrate the release of My Hero Academia: Two Heroes, Japanese anime merchandise shop Animate are holding a fair in-store and online.
My Hero Academia is a popular manga series serialised in Weekly Shonen Jump which has sold an estimated 13 million copies. It follows the story of high school student Izuku Midoriya and his journey to becoming the greatest hero on the planet. Season three is currently airing, and the official feature length movie, My Hero Academia: Two Heroes, will be released in Japan on August 3.
Customers who purchase or pre-order select goods in-store at animate or on the website can receive one of the eight character cards above. On the back of the cards is a QR code. Scan the QR code, enter the keyword and you’ll receive a message from the character. Also, if you see the movie at a cinema in Japan, keep your ticket stub. Take it to the fair and you’ll get a free gift!
If you go to either the Shibuya or Yokohama branches between August 3 to 19 or the Tennoji or Sapporo branches between August 25 and September 9, you can get your hands on limited edition merchandise, including the above A2 tapestry, as well as look at the many images on display looking back over the show at another exclusive event titled ‘Animate Only Shop.’ Additionally, if you purchase select goods at these stores during these dates, you’ll get one of five random character cards above.
If you’re in Japan and plan to see the movie, be sure to head on over to Animate afterwards!
My Hero Academia: Two Heroes x Masaki Suda Online Photo Campaign
My Hero Academia: Two Heroes had its world premiere at Anime Expo in LA earlier this month, and the movie is set to hit theatres in Japan on August 3. In line with the Japanese release, a collaboration is being held with Masaki Suda, who performs the theme song of the movie Long Hope Philia which also served as the series’ fifth ending theme.
The song was written and composed by Hiromu Akita of amazarashi.
‘Philia’ is a Greek word that expresses loving relationships with friends. For the collaborative campaign, a picture frame has been developed which features the words “You Are MY HERO” together with the CD cover design of Long Hope Philia. If you upload a photo of your hero using this photo frame to the campaign website and post it on Twitter or Instagram with the Japanese hashtag #きっと誰もが誰かのヒーロー (‘everyone is a hero to someone’) it may be chosen to appear in the broadcast of the anime series.
Who is your hero?
My Hero Academia, Assassination Classroom & Other Shonen Jump T-Shirts Arrive at UNIQLO Store in Japan
UNIQLO is currently developing a 2018 spring and summer collection under it’s illustrative t-shirt brand UT themed on ‘wearing the things you love.’ One part of that collection is taking place in collaboration with Shonen Jump which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. The collection is gaining much attention, featuring some of the most memorable characters from their series’. We’ve already seen their Dragon Ball, Naruto and One Piece t-shirts, so what’s next?
The next popular series in the line you can look forward to include Assassination Classroom, The Disastrous Life of Saiki K., Black Clover, My Hero Academia and World Trigger. The t-shirts will be available at UNIQLO stores in Japan and via their online store.
The new t-shirts feature memorable characters and scenes that all fans can appreciate. Let’s take a look.
“Assassination Classroom” – Korosensei’s fearless smile
Jump 50th Graphic T (Assassination Classroom / Short Sleeve) – ¥990 + Tax
“The Disastrous Life of Saiki K.” – Saiki Kusuo’s impressive posing and favourite phrase (‘Yare Yare’)
Jump 50th Graphic T (The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. / Short Sleeve) – ¥990 + Tax
“Black Clover” – 4 & 5 leaf clover prints
Jump 50th Graphic T (Black Clover / Short Sleeve) – ¥990 + Tax
“My Hero Academia” – Deku’s iconic colours
Jump 50th Graphic T (My Hero Academia / Short Sleeve) – ¥990 + Tax
“World Trigger” – Title design & black trigger
Jump 50th Graphic T (World Trigger / Short Sleeve) – ¥990 + Tax
What’s your favourite Jump series from this list?
Masaki Suda to Perform My Hero Academia’s Season 3 Ending Theme ‘Long Hope Philia’
Masaki Suda will release his new single Long Hope Philia on August 1, and it’s been announced that the track Long Hope Philia (TV Limited) will be used as the ending theme for season three of My Hero Academia from July 14.
Long Hope Philia will be used as the main theme song for the upcoming My Hero Academia: Two Heroes movie dropping on August 3. It was composed and written by Hiromu Akita (amazarashi). This is the first time Masaki Suda has been involved with the main theme song for an anime movie. It will be released digitally on July 14 and physically on August 1.
The “TV Limited” version of Long Hope Philia is arranged in a different way to the original, with Suda’s voice echoing even deeper. This version will be coupled on the Limited Pressing Edition of the single set to be released on August 1.
The CD covers and tracklist for each edition of the single have also been released. The single includes the song Soft Vinyl Figure with lyrics written by Suda himself. The First Press Limited Edition includes over 40-minutes worth of footage from his solo concert at Shibuya WWW X on February 23, 2018. This is the first time his concert footage has been compiled for release.
■Masaki Suda’s Comments
“I’ve read Jump every week since I was young. I’ve also read My Hero Academia since it was first serialized, so I’m both incredibly honoured and overjoyed as a fan to be singing the ending theme. I’ve liked the story for a long time, how there are no humans who are able to do anything from the get go, and how anybody can become a hero if they continue to endeavour without giving up. It’s a thought that belongs to the series, and I think that the outlook of both the song and story matches perfectly.”
Look forward to the song dropping on My Hero Academia on July 14.
Lenny code fiction to perform My Hero Academia’s Season 3 Opening Theme ‘Make my story’
Lenny code fiction are walking the high road, having completed their second Japan tour last year including a solo show in Ebisu LIQUIDROOM, as well as playing some big festivals. This year, too, the band have been busy performing at many events cross Japan.
Now, the band have finally unveiled a new release. Make my story will hit shelves on August 22, and it’s been announced that the single will also feature as the opening theme song to the third season of the hugely popular ongoing anime series My Hero Academia.
My Hero Academia is a popular manga serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump. Lenny code fiction’s song for the show is catchy feel-good track that can be said to be the band showing their true value. Its positive and courageous message is the perfect match for a show like My Hero Academia.
Below is a comment from the band’s vocalist and guitarist Wataru Katagiri regarding the track.
“It’s a manga that I read, so to be associated with it in this way truly makes me happy. Even I cried at the words ‘You’ll become a hero.’ While making the song those words made me think that I can’t go slacking off or only half-doing things precisely because they affirm what I’m doing as a musician. So I’ll be joyous if people treasure this song together with the anime.”
Make my story will debut on My Hero Academia on July 14 and the anime size version of the track will be available digitally.