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Love Akira Toriyama? Need some nice plates or pins? You might want to take a look at this.

The Osaka and Kyoto branches of high-end Japanese department store Isetan will be collaborating with Akira Toriyama’s Dragon Ball and Dr. Slump manga for some goods that even adults can use.

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These plates come with illustrations of such Dragon Ball and Dr. Slump characters as Krillin, Goku, and Arale. The round, ruffle edge plates will cost 3,780 yen a piece, while the long rectangle plates will cost 2,484 yen and the small circle plates will cost 1,944 yen. The plates are from the KUTANI SEAL brand.

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The badge set featuring logos, characters, and icons from Dragon Ball and Dr. Slump will cost 2,160 yen, and are being produced by the brand PINTRILL.

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These hats from the Tea Club Scheme Team brand feature two simple words: “Super” and “Kiiiin.” Super refers to Dragon Ball, while Kiiiin is a sound effect used to imitate the sound of an airplane. Arale uses this sound effect when spreading her arms out like one in Dr. Slump. Each hat will cost 7,020 yen.

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The sketchbook from groovisions will cost 540 yen, and measures 12.2×17.4cm.

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These pouches come in 12 different designs. Each costs 3,240 yen.

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Two woodblock prints featuring Toriyama’s art will be available to order at the store. The Dragon Ball print measures 61×41.7cm, costs 64,800 yen, and will be limited to 200 units. The Dr. Slump print measures 30.7×25cm, costs 16,200 yen, and will be limited to 300 units. Both prints will be handed to customers approximately three weeks after the limited-time shop ends.

Customers who purchase over 3,240 yen of goods will be given one of six original stickers. The design of the sticker varies by the day of the week.

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Visitors to the “Dragonball Dr. Slump Arale Chan Store at Isetan” will be able to take a photo with the characters on Goku’s cloud.

The store itself will be there to go to from July 19 to August 1 in Osaka, and from July 26 to August 1 in Kyoto.

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