We all know that pirate manga and anime One Piece is all about the booty–or, in this case, the berries. That’s why it’s so fitting that the franchise is getting a new set of piggy banks to store your loot.


 

Product Name: Coin Bank Laboon
Price: 3,900 yen (about US$35)
Size: W180×H140×D300mm
Materials: PVC, ABS


Product Name: Coin Bank Bepo
Price: 3,600 yen (about US$32)
Size: W210×H210×D155mm
Materials: PVC, ABS


Product Name: Coin Bank Horo Horo Ghost
Price: 3,400 yen (about US$30)
Size: W120×H220×D235mm
Materials: PVC, ABS


Product Name: Coin Bank Kung-Fu Dugong
Price: 3,600 yen (about US$32)
Size: W210×H220×D170mm
Materials: PVC, ABS


Some other new merchandise is coming, including this ceramic pirate flag teacup. It will cost 1,200 yen (about US$10).


Also coming are these “One Piece Power Stone Collection” keychains, which will cost 600 yen a piece, but are a blind buy, meaning you won’t know what’s in a package until you open it. The keychains come in ten designs: Luffy (coral), Zoro (green jade), Sanji (lapis lazuli), Chopper (rose quartz), Ace (orange jade), Sabo (blue jade), Law (yellow jade), Kid (cherry quartz), Mihawk (hematite), and Bartolomeo.

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These items will be available official Jump Shops all over Japan beginning on July 15. Jump Shops are the official retailers for merchandise based on properties from Shueisha’s Shonen Jump magazine. You can find an English guide for those shops here.

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You can watch the One Piece anime as it airs in Japan on Crunchyroll and FUNimation, with the latter releasing the series on home video in North America. Viz Media publishes the manga in English in North America.

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