Anime Studio Ufotable Launches Online Shop Globally

Demon Slayer anime studio ufotable launched a global version of its online store on Saturday 25th September, with the goal of delivering merchandise directly to fans abroad. The ufotable WEBSHOP-Global store offers production material and merchandise drawings with original illustrations for the anime series Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba.

Ufotable, Inc. is a Japanese animation studio founded in October 2000 by former staff of the TMS Entertainment Telecom Animation Film subsidiary and located in Nakano, Tokyo. A unique hallmark seen in many of his works is a clay sequence. The studio is famous for its own uniqueness among anime fans.

Famous Works of the anime studio
  • Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba
  • Fate/Zero
  • The Garden of Sinners
  • God Eater
  • Futakoi Alternative
  • Tales of Zestiria the X
  • Currently, shipping is restricted to customers in the United States, Canada and Australia, but the studio plans to gradually expand the number of useful regions in the future, as well as sell merchandise from other ufotable properties. Currently not available in India.
Demon Slayer – Kimetsu no Yaiba – Cushion Cover with One Phrase

In addition to Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, the studio is perhaps best known for its various anime adaptations of Type-Moon’s Fate franchise, including Fate / Zero and Fate / stay night: Unlimited Blade Works. The studio recently wrapped up the third and final film in the Fate / stay night: Heaven’s Feel anime film trilogy in August of last year. The studio has also made anime adaptations of Type-Moon’s The Garden of Sinners and the television anime Katsugeki: Touken Ranbu.

In March 2019, it was reported that a raid was carried out at the Ufotable offices for alleged tax evasion. The following month, it was reported that Ufotable owed 400 million yen in taxes. In June 2020, both the firm and the company’s founder and president, Hikaru Kondo, were charged with violating the Corporation Tax Law and the Consumption Tax Law by failing to pay 139 million yen (approximately 1.28 million US dollars) in taxes. The studio released a public statement apologizing for its actions.


Source – ufotable WEBSHOP-Global

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