Top 5 Websites For Anime Merchandise
Anime merchandise is something that every anime lover wants, but it can be quite hard to get yours hands on it. If you’re planning on going to Japan soon, you can buy some of the best anime merchandise ever…check out our list of the best anime shops here! But if you’re not going to Japan, but still want to get your hands on amazing anime merchandise, don’t worry we’re here to help! Here is a list of the TOP websites that sell anime merchandise from Japan and ship internationally!
1. Animate International
Animate is a chain of anime shops throughout Japan that are known for selling the best and most up to date anime merchandise! The company recently launched their new website called ‘Animate International’. The whole concept of this website is selling the exact same merchandise that the shops in Japan sell but targeting it to international customers. This means that the site has an english version, ships internationally and accepts international cards! Right now, the store is collaborating with Kimetsu No Yaiba (Demon Slayer) to bring you the best Demon Slayer merchandise!
If you’re looking for good and authentic anime merchandise, Animate International is definitely a good place to start!
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2. Mandarake Global
Mandarake global is very similar to Animate International and follows the same concept. The store will ship their anime goods from Japan straight to your doorstep! Mandarake focuses less on actual merchandise and more on figurines and manga, so if that’s what you’re looking for you should definitely check this website out!
Something else that is different to Animate’s website is that Mandarake definitely has a wider variety of animes that they sell goods for. So if you’re someone who watches anime that is not well known but want to buy merchandise from it, you may be able to find it on this website!!
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3. Otaku House
Unlike other websites mentioned on this list, Otaku House is a anime merchandise store that is based in Singapore! They have two stores in Singapore but also ship all their products internationally too. This website is great for those of you who love Japanese character goods, such as Gudetama or Rilakkuma, as the website sells merchandise from those kind of characters too!
Everything on the site is in english and it is really easy to use! Their selection of products is also amazing, from posters, figurines, plushies…they have it all!
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Ami Ami has a great selection of anime merchandise as well a large selection of manga, games and figurines. This is a great website with a huge selection of goods but one thing that makes it different to Animate, for example, is that they don’t have as much up to date merchandise. But if you’re a fan of older animes, or you don’t mind too much then this is a great website to buy anime merchandise from!
The website is all in English and is very easy to use due to the way all the goods are separated into categories!
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5. Solaris Japan
Solaris Japan is the best place to check out if you’re looking for anime figurines! The have figures from literally any anime you can think of and they’re all for a fairly reasonable price too! The website ships internationally and the whole site is in English. The site sells both new and second hand figures meaning you can find some for a great price due to them being second hand! If you’re a figure collector and you’re looking for authentic Japanese anime figurines, then this is the site to check out!
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