Doraemon Future Department Store to Open Pop-Up Shop in Ginza Mitsukoshi

03.March.2021 | ANIME&GAME / FASHION / SPOT

Benelic Co., Ltd. has announced the opening of a pop-up shop version of Doraemon Future Department Store, the world’s first official Doraemon shop, at Ginza Mitsukoshi in Tokyo from March 17.

 

Doraemon Future Department Store first opened back in December 2019 in Odaiba, Tokyo. Dedicated to the beloved manga and anime character Doraemon, the store has opened various pop-up shops across Japan including Fukuoka, Osaka, and Nagoya. The new pop-up shop will be the first to open in Tokyo and will be stocked with the usual fan must-grabs, items exclusive to the Odaiba shop, Ginza exclusives, pre-sales, and more.

 

Ginza Mitsukoshi Exclusives & Pre-Sales

1. The Exclusives

The Ginza Mitsukoshi pop-up shop will sell four exclusive items including a T-shirt, handy tote bag, and more.

The merchandise will feature an illustration based on the designs of the shopping bags given at Doraemon Future Department Store. Take a look below.

 

Ginza Mitsukoshi Exclusive T-Shirt (5 Colours) | ¥3,520 (Tax Included)

Sizes: S・M・L

Ginza Mitsukoshi Exclusive 2-Way Tote Bag | ¥2,860 (Tax Included)

 

2. The Presales

Fans can get their hands on pre-sales of 7 items in the “Flying to Department Store” series of kitchen, cookware, and other items, as well as 12 accessories that both kids and adults alike can enjoy.

 

Flying to Department Store Series – Kitchen Apron | ¥4,400 (Tax Included)

 

Flying to Department Store Series – 21cm Plate | ¥3,850 (Tax Included)

 

Doraemon & Dorami Back Earrings | ¥2,200 (Tax Included)

 

Customisation Service

The pop-up shop will offer a customisation service which lets customers have different embroideries put into the T-shirts, tote bags, and key rings. The work is done on the spot by hand so you can see the result of what will be a very special item of which only one exists in the world. Perfect for Doraemon fans and gifts to friends and family.

 

Freshly-Made Dorayaki

The Ginza Mitsukoshi pop-up shop will also serve freshly-baked dorayaki stamped with Doraemon’s cute face. They will be made in limited quantities each day.

 

Dorayaki | ¥290 (Tax Included)

 

Bonus Items For Spending

1. Every purchase at the Doraemon Future Department Store pop-up will earn customers a free sticker. These are available in limited quantities.

 

2. The first 300 people at the pop-up shop to take their receipts to the main Doraemon Future Department Store in Odaiba between March 17 and 29 will receive a different limited-edition free sticker.

 

Ginza Mitsukoshi Original Doraemon Sticker

 

Odaiba Doraemon Future Department Store Sticker

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