What if you could drive your fandom? Tokyo’s Character1 event for visual novels showed off some of the best official and unofficial itasha—cars decorated with decals and other goodies from games and anime.

This Fate/Grand Order card is an official one. It features Rin and Saber (Lily).

This Type/Moon racing car features decals of Gilgamesh, Mashu, and more.

Decorate Your Home Base with New Fate/Grand Order Goods

An official cosplayer of Gudako in front of a car covered in Fate/Gudaguda Order designs.

No designs on this car, but have some official cosplayers dressed up as Mashu and Sōji Okita.

Fate/Grand Order -First Order- Is an Excellent Introduction to the Game

This itasha for game developer minori (the company made the game that inspired the ef: A Tale of Memories anime and its sequel) promotes its game Trinoline.

This car is decorated in decals for visual novel Chu x Chu Idol.

This car for visual novel Amatsutsumi has some merch in the back.

This itasha is a love letter to Kamikaze Explorer!’s Kotoha Okihara. It even has her bust size printed on the back.

This car is a tribute to visual novel developer August—specifically A Good Librarian Like a Good Shepherd. According to its entry form, the car has been publicly approved by August itself.

This car for developer Alcot’s Clover Day’s is so cool that it even has a giant speaker built in to play all those anime tunes.

Fate/Grand Order can be downloaded from the iOS App Store or the Google Play Store (Japanese only). An English release is planned for the United States and Canada sometime this year. The anime special inspired by the game—Fate/Grand Order -First Order— can be viewed with English subtitles on Daisuki, Crunchyroll, and AnimeLab.

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