Eromanga Sensei Takasago Books’ Fish Mascot Giant Stamp Case

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Eromanga Sensei Takasago Books’ Fish Mascot Giant Stamp Case
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“Don’t underestimate the combat tribes from Adachi Ward!” So said Tomoe Takasago, a worker at Takasago Books, when she heard someone insulting light novels. Beside her passionate figure is a quiet fish mascot who watches over the shop. The same mascot was the base for our Giant Stamp Case, which can also be used to hold small items!

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日本語 | English

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Could it be...That Fish Mascot’s Debut!?

“I-I don’t know anyone with such an embarrassing name!”

This famous line is from the anime Eromanga Sensei, which started airing in April 2017. Everyone’s probably watched the series three times already, right?
There are so many cute goods featuring the heroines, especially the main heroine, Sagiri Izumi!

By the way, Tokyo Otaku Mode has collaborated with Straight Edge Inc. to create the Eromanga Sensei Sagiri Izumi Figure That’s Just a Little Bit Ecchi Project, which is now open for pre-orders!

One of our team members appeared on the 12th episode of “Eromanga Sensei The Anime: Let’s Make The Latest Anime Together!” to announce the opening of pre-orders for the figure!

Wanting to liven up the Eromanga Sensei scene, we thought that we should create even more interesting goods!
The final decision came after the Tokyo Otaku Mode members thought of many different ideas.

Masamune Izumi, Elf Yamada Sensei, Muramasa Senju...The place where all of their souls have been written down and preserved. The place that Megumi Jinno and Sagiri worked together to repair. The place that the light novel-loving Tomoe Takasago works. Yes, Takasago Books could almost be called the holy ground of Eromanga Sensei. Always silently watching the drama unfold lies someone -- no, something -- that is proof of the bookstore’s history. Everyone, you know who we’re talking about, right?

Takasago Books’ Fish Mascot!

People who have watched the anime multiple times can’t have missed him (or her!) could they?
Wait...you don’t know what we’re talking about?

This little fishy is who we’re talking about!

He (or she) isn’t listed as a character on the official site and seems to be just a part of the bookstore’s background, practically invisible despite its immense impact. Age, gender...Nothing is known about this mystery mascot, but that’s why we want to put it in the spotlight! We started this project with that thought in mind.

After all, it’s the guardian of Eromanga Sensei’s light novel holy ground! (*This is just an opinion of one of Tokyo Otaku Mode’s members.)

The fish mascot first appeared in the 6th episode of the anime. Megumi says that she wants to enjoy the same things as Sagiri, but her rash behavior angers Tomoe Takasago.

“Don’t underestimate the combat tribes from Adachi Ward!”

It’s right there! In that split second, we see an unconcerned fish immersed in his reading. You failed to notice it, didn’t you?

It’s this little buddy! (We still don’t know the gender, even after looking closely.)
We love the adorable mouth and smart, round glasses. Everyone, you get to decide what’s inside the book its reading!


Impact + Practicality = Stamp Case

Turning the Takasago bookstore’s mascot into a simple decoration wouldn’t be interesting enough. Through a discussion, we searching for ways to make a more practical product. Then, we received a clue from Sagiri, who couldn’t go outside. That’s right, online shopping. One click on your display and you can order products to be delivered to your house in no time. This convenience is something that, in our Internet era, we cannot go without.

In Japan, personal seals are needed to receive packages through the mail. A personal seal is a stamp in the shape of your name and takes the place of a signature. The Takasago Books’ Fish Mascot Giant Stamp Case holds those very important stamps and is great for those who order online often!

Including the stand, the case is a whopping 18 cm tall. By comparing the mascot’s height to Masamune in this scene reference, we can conclude that it’s approximately 1/8th the size of the real mascot!

Only 300 cases will be made to be shipped worldwide, so if you’re really an Eromanga Sensei fan then you can’t let this chance go by!


Product Details

Size: approx. 14 x 10 x 22 cm
Weight: approx. 400g
Made of porcelain
Made in Japan





About Eromanga Sensei


Brought to you by the creators of the light novel series that sold over 1.2 million copies, “Ore no Imouto ga Konnani Kawaii Wake ga Nai” (“My Little Sister Can’t Be This Cute”), “Eromanga Sensei” is a romantic comedy about a brother and sister who gradually discover the fun of literary creation in the light novel industry together.

The light novel series was adapted into “Eromanga Sensei” the anime, which began airing in April 2017. Thanks to the series’ attention to detail in expression and the adorable design of Sagiri, the series became an enormous hit. After the series ended, the voice of Sagiri, Akane Fujita, started a live show that was even included as a perk with the anime DVDs.

Tickets for the November Eromanga Festival at the Maihama Amphitheater sold out in just one day. It’s hoped that the series will be expanded with the addition of new novels.
Light Novel Official Site: http://dengekibunko.jp/title/eromanga/
Anime Official Site: http://eromanga-sensei.com/




Project Owner: Tokyo Otaku Mode Inc.


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