On 18th July, our first anntena shop "Bushiroad TCG Station" has opened in JR Akihabara station!
See flowers at the entrance?
It is our (japanese) culture to send a srand of flowers for the opening of a shop.
You know, "Akihabara" is the mecca of anime, manga, game and electrical appliances.
We hope to see a lot of TCG fans here in the station!
Wating for your visit!
(The first to the left is our CEO president Mr. Kidani.)
An original illustration ver. of "Junjo romantica" TCG has now come up with special bonuses-
TCG Alice×Cross is the carg game made for all the girls (of course boys can enjoy it, too!), and easy rules and lovely illustrations have been attracting girls since its launching.
TCG Alice×Cross consists with "Junjo Romantica," "Togainu no chi," "Hiiro no Kakera."
New titiles will be relesed from this autumn, so please look foraward to our product info-update!【Product Overview】
■Alice×Cross Premium Edition "Junjo Romantica"
■39 kinds including the cards with author's signature (hologram print)
■Pre-Sale at Comic Market 76!!★★1 special playmat per BOX!!★★
From Thursday 16th to Sunday 19th, Bushiroad exhibited at Tokyo Toy Show 2009 held at one of the biggest exhibition hall in Tokyo, "Tokyo Big Site."
Locatig at the bay side, it is just next the Rainbow-Bridge, from which you can enjoy great night view of skyscrapers.
The building is amazing (diamond-shaped), but I know I am not a good photographer...
Our WS booth was espesially featuring "The Idol M@ster," "Sengoku BASARA," and "The King of Fighters."
Chaos booth featuring "Shin Koihime musou."
Sunday VS Magazine booth feeaturing "Detective Connan" and "Kindaich."
"Jewel Pet" TCG booth for kids.
The 4-days-runnig events had a lot of visiters, from business people to families.
People from all over the world visited our booth, and many played our TCG at the playing space.
We are also planning to exhibit at"Comic Market 2009 Summer," which is the biggest comic event in Japan (held also at "Tokyo Big Site").
If you are visiting during summer holiday, we reccomend you to visit the event!
Adrian and Lester, our young supporter in Malaysia!
Thanks to them (and also Ken in Japan) Kurokawa spent a fruitful day visiting Dai-Con (a comic/anime event in Malaysia) .
At the event, WS was always "sold out," and we felt the possiblity of our cards in Asia.
Thank you WS fans in Malaysia:)