Posted April 02, 2018 07:09:31Amazon has officially opened up its own Anime Merch store for anime fans, allowing anime fans to shop for merchandise in their own personalised shopping cart.
The site has been opened up to the public and will be available to anyone who has an Amazon account, the company announced on its official blog.
While the Anime Merch site has already been launched for the US, UK and EU, the US and EU only support Amazon Prime members.
The Japanese version is also currently not available, but it will be coming soon.
Amazon has previously launched Anime Emporium for fans of the show.
It has over 20 million subscribers and has been a major success.
The site has also been able to expand its Anime category, allowing fans to purchase the full catalogue of anime, anime movies and anime series.
In Japan, Anime Empora has also helped expand the anime industry, opening up an exclusive channel for anime content to be streamed on Amazon Prime subscribers.
“The Anime Emora channel has become the #1 destination for anime streaming,” Anime EmoRyu said.
“We also plan to open up more channels in the future, so we’re very excited to offer a full range of anime content on Amazon for anime enthusiasts to enjoy.”
Amazon is also launching Anime Empire, a new service for anime lovers that will be offering a curated collection of popular anime series and merchandise.