One Piece Film Gold's Limited Edition Includes Real Treasure Chest
posted on by Jennifer Sherman
The official website for One Piece Film Gold announced details of the anime's home video releases on Thursday. For the ultimate unpirated home-video experience of this year's box-office hit, fans can purchase the anime film and hide it with the rest of their booty in an exclusive treasure chest.
The One Piece Film Gold Blu-ray Golden Limited Edition box set includes a special treasure chest with padlock and film logo, 100 plastic gold coins with film logo, and the anime on Blu-ray Disc and DVD. Pony Canyon is releasing the set for 28,000 yen (about US$246).
For those pirates among fans who already have their own treasure chests, Pony Canyon is also offering other limited and regular editions of the film. The Golden Limited Edition set bundles earphones with Tesoro and Carina earring charms, Gol Gol fountain pen, Gran Tesoro Adventure original board game, golden casino-chip menko cards, Straw Hat Crew and Carina character cards, not-for-sale special-edition press card, and the anime on Blu-ray Disc and DVD. The bundled bonus footage includes promotional videos, trailers, and commercials, as well as the "Making of Film Gold ~Afureco Genjō ni Senyū~" behind-the-scenes segment, "One Piece Film Gold ~Episode 0~" video, and an event compilation video. The Blu-ray Disc/DVD combo version retails for 8,300 yen (US$73), and the two-disc DVD version costs 7,300 yen (US$64).
The film's Standard Edition bundles none of the bonus items but includes the anime's trailers and television commercials. The Blu-ray Disc costs 4,700 yen (US$41), and the DVD costs 3,800 yen (US$33).
The film will ship on home video in Japan on December 28. Various retail chains are offering exclusive bonus items such as bromides, posters, and clear files to those who preorder the film through their stores.
One Piece Film Gold opened in Japan on July 23. As of September 8, the film had earned 5,007,520,000 yen (about US$48.8 million) at the Japanese box office. The film earned 69,630,000 yuan (about US$10.1 million) at the Chinese box office in its first three days. The anime film opened in China on November 11. These box office earnings are the most any Japanese film has grossed in its first three days in China in 2016.
Source: Animate Times