Toranomon character goods are now available

The new mascot character, "Toranomon" of the new Tokyo skyscraper complex Toranomon Hills has been receiving great response, and tons of people have already visited there to take a photo with Toranomon's statue.

A lot of AkihabaraNews readers liked our past coverage about Toranomon, too:
Tokyo's new skyscraper complex Toranomon Hills unveil its mascot character that looks very much like someone

Toranomon Hills opened a month ago on June 11, and after that they have heard that people says they really want to buy official Toranomon goods. To  respond to the request, 5 kinds of Toranomon goods will be available for purchase on July 28.

- MOLESKINE brand notebook (3,500 yen)
- Clear file (300 yen)
- Block memo (400 yen)
- A set of 5 post cards (500 yen)
- Mug cup (1,500 yen)

They are planning to release different goods in the future as well.

 

 

 

 

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