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(C) LUCKY LAND COMMUNICATIONS / Shueisha JoJo's Bizarre Adventure GW Production Committee
Material: ATBC-PVC, ABS
Size: Total Height: Approx. 7.9 inches (180 mm) (140 mm)
* Image is for illustration purposes ??, ?? For this product, the contents of paper notes are blank.
Product Description Original Production: Kei Kawai Color: Long Long Development Cooperation: Mizuho Ishii Production Cooperation: Yoji Hayakawa (Chiyoku) Gangster Giorno Giorana Giovaana is a ballpoint pen, has a ballpoint pen shaft and the shoe part has a pen tip. Please enjoy the experience. * The ink of the pen will be black, please use it as an ornamental use when the ballpoint pen is gone. Product Introduction There is a pen in this Giorno Jobana! It is the appearance of strange miscellaneous goods which made the star "Jorno Jovana" a ballpoint pen. The ballpoint pen shaft is built into the figure body and the part of the shoe is a pen point. The pedestal style is a pen stand and you can decorate it by standing the pen body. Enjoy the golden experience with this strange utility item. ?? Pen ink will be black. Please use it as a decoration when the ink of the ballpoint pen runs out. (From Amazon.co.jp) 5

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Greetings to everyone in the world from Akihabara, Japan!
I'm Tatsuya Yamamori, the manager of the Japan Anime Market (also known as JAM).
Everyone calls me Yamachan.

Thank you for visiting JAM (the Japan Anime Market).

JAM (the Japan Anime Market) was established with the goal of introducing the latest information and merchandise of anime and manga to fans around the world. It is based in Akihabara, Tokyo, the mecca of anime and manga otaku.

As a Japanese, I have always loved Japanese anime and manga since I was a kid. I loved the Robot Chogokin series such as Mazinger Z and Grendizer, and toys such as Kamen Rider and Ultraman, comics such as Captain Tsubasa and Dokaben, and the list goes on.
But since I couldn't afford the toys and comics with my pocket money at the time, I dreamt of being able to buy as much anime and manga goods as I could when I grew up.

When I was young, my dad would take me to Akihabara whenever I was on holiday. (Though, at that time, it was a district of electronic parts rather than anime merchandise. )

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