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Go Gaga Over These 7 Anime Items at Hakken in Plaza Singapura

Go Gaga Over These 7 Anime Items at Hakken in Plaza Singapura

If you live and breathe anime, then you got a new haven at Plaza Singapura, where Hakken’s physical store opened this January. This 2200-square-foot retail store for everything anime is the first of its kind in the city – you will have a total frenzy checking out the wide selection of toys, collectables, trading items, and accessories that will surely delight the otaku in you.

There is no better place to look for official anime-related merchandise than at Hakken, which boasts over 2,600 J-culture goodies. Get a load of the titles available: Demon Slayer, Attack on Titan, Re:Zero − Starting Life in Another World, Fate Grand Order, That Time I got Reincarnated as a Slime Arknights, Twisted Wonderland, Sword Art Online, and so much more.

The outlet also has a Themed Feature, a dedicated space where you can have your photos taken with vibrant themed backdrops and life-size standees. So, prepare to hand over your moolah when you see these items at the store:

1. Cosplayer goods

Photo: Hakken

Anime fans would definitely shout, “Just take my money!” when they see the loads of cosplayer goods that Hakken has in store for them. Save for their gorgeous prints and photo books from popular anime series such as Hololive, Evangelion, Arknights, and Fate/Stay Night.

2. Bishoujo items

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Get all sweet, pretty, and dreamy with girly items from Sword Art Online, Hatsume Miku, BanG Dream!, and No Game No Life: Zero. Among the myriad of goods are bags, scale and prize figures, cushions, plushies, and coasters, and straps.

3. Desktop companions

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Your desk at home or the office serves as a shrine to your love of anime, and these items will help you pay homage. Hakken has dolls, gaming mouse pads, ballpoint pens, notebooks, pencil cases, and a whole lot more.

4. Shonen Items

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Hakken has a dizzying selection for the boys! It’s going to be a challenge to choose which ones to buy first among the goods from fan-favourite shows That Time I got Reincarnated as a Slime Arknights, Fate/Grand Order, Dragon Ball, Kimtsu no Yaiba, and even Do You Love Your Mom and Her Two-Hit Multi-Target Attacks?. Which cushion, badge, figures, and prints should you put on the top of your list?

5. Utility items

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The real anime lover would want even their everyday stuff to be all about their favourite series or character. Shop for bags, cushions, coasters, tumblers, pass cases, apparel, and even electronics from favourites such as Detective Conan, Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, Natsume’s Book of Friends, Sanrio, and Disney Twisted Wonderland.

6. Keychains and badges

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You will wish to have as many bags and purses to show off these super cute keychains. Among those that quickly sold out are from the shows Nendoroid Plus, Re:Zero – Starting Life in Another World Nendoroid Plus, and Hatsune Miku Nendoroid Plus.

7. Mugs

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Demon Slayer die-hards will surely snap up these exclusive mugs in a flash, which is just one of the merchandise available for this massive anime hit. While these mugs are mainly used beverages, they’re also most probably would occupy your display cabinet. What’s more, Hakken also plans to bring anime lucky bags or fukubukuro, which are filled with random merchandise. The fortunate ones will get exclusive merchandise in these bags. It’s not yet widespread in Singapore, but Hakken will make sure that it will catch on soon.

Indulge your passion for anime and visit Hakken at Plaza Singapura. To find similar stores and stories, download the SmooveX app today!

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