One Piece Goshuin Shrine Stamp Books Get Luffy and Trafalgar Law Designs

17.March.2020 | ANIME&GAME

Movic has collaborated to release two special goshuincho books at Animate stores in Japan as well as the Animate and Movic online stores and select Mugiwara shops.

 

Goshuincho is a book for collecting goshuin, which are stamps or seals given at shrines and temples across Japan. Every shrine and temple has its own unique goshuin which are stamped alongside calligraphy handwritten by the staff there and then who write the date and the name of the temple or shrine. We have covered goshuin here on MOSHI MOSHI NIPPON many times – click for more details.

 

Goshuincho – Luffy

 

Goshuincho – Trafalgar Law

The designs feature Luffy and Trafalgar Law made from gold leaf stood against backgrounds with traditional Japanese designs. Both books also feature their respective pirate logos. They are the perfect gift for any fan of One Piece heading to Japan to see the temples and shrinesーor to just add to their collection at home!


The order window for these books will run from March 16, 2020 to April 15, 2020 at Animate, Animate online, Movic online, at select Mugiwara storesーthe latter being the official One Piece merchandise shop. You won’t be able to order them after April 15, so be sure to get your order in quick.

 

*Photos are of the product still in development. Actual product is subject to alterations.

*Product sales subject to change, extensions, or cancellations.

 

©Eiichiro Oda / Shueisha・Fuji TV・Toei Animation

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