One Piece Manga Gets a Permanent Store in Tokyo!

Though there have been others, the first permanent shop entirely dedicated to Eiichiro Oda's One Piece pirate manga and anime opened on Friday at Tokyo's Shibuya Parco Part 1 shopping complex. Named "One Piece Mugiwara Store," the new location is kicking things off with over 10,000 items, including exclusives and limited editions to celebrate the grand opening.

The ad below shows off some of the items you can expect to find in the shop and there's a nice translation below it, thanks to Anime News Network:

Clockwise from the upper left corner:

- Postcard sets of the manga volume covers (1,200 yen US$15 for 11 or 6,000 yen or US$77 for 66 plus box)

- Grand opening commemorative pin set (525 yen or US$6.75)

- Portrait of Pirates (P.O.P) Chopperman figure (2,000 yen or US$26)

- Grand opening commemorative hand towel (630 yen or US$8)

- Set of 2 stick jellies featuring Thousand Sunny and pirate mark (368 yen or US$4.75)

- Set of 15 character candies (473 yen or US$6)

- Chopper straps (525 yen or US$6.75 each)

- One Piece Mugs (three kinds at 840 yen or US$11 each)

- "Boxer" pants (2,940 yen or US$38)

- Necktie T-shirts (two kinds at 3,990 yen or US$51 each)

- Pirate Mark T-shirts (two kinds at 3,990 yen or US$51 each)

- One Piece A4-size clear files (four kinds at 368 yen or US$4.75 each)

The store brings the One Piece world to life with a life-size sculpture of Luffy, a retail area designed to resemble the Thousand Sunny ship's hold, a Mini Merry II boat replica and a gateway decorated with the whale Laboon and Straw Hat pirate mark.

The "One Piece Mugiwara Store" is open from 10am to 9pm daily, but if you aren't in the Tokyo area and still want to get a peak, you can head over to Comic Natalie and check out photos of the store taken before its grand opening.