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Make Your Dōjinshi at 7-Eleven Stores

posted on by Amanda Ellard

There's a new special service coming to 7-Eleven convenience stores in Japan —high quality copy machines for creating your dōjinshi. Just in time for Comiket on Friday, these multi-copy machines are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week at 7-Eleven stores.

The idea is quick and affordable booklet printing that makes dōjinshi more easy and fun. You can print in high resolution 2,400 dpi and in multiple sizes from postcards to full books.

There is also a helpful official website for the new program. It includes easy, three-step instructions on how to print and a price calculator. It also boasts that its printing is "economical because it makes only the parts you need, when you need them. There is no stock management labor. Once they sell out, it is easy to reprint."

Dōjinshi creator Hinato Kino tweeted that "7-Eleven's multi-copy machine really delivers before everyone's summer events and a dōjinshi support site was published today. You should be able to make progress as the copier can make a saddle-stitch booklet without needing pagination, and the website provides function explanations, fee calculations, sample templates and more."

Source: Dōjinshi Print via Hachima Kikō


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