Hasegawa Taizou’s Cardboard Box to Go on Sale in Japan
The Gintama pop-up stores run by Bandai Namco will be offering a limited run of “madao”-themed cardboard boxes. Madao, which roughly translates into “totally hopeless old guy” – is an epithet often applied to down-on-his-luck samurai Hasegawa Taizou who is also known as “The God of Cardboard” from the Gintama manga and TV anime.
The cardboard boxes will go on sale on August 20, 2015, at the the Gintama pop-up stores in Shibuya, Shinjuku, and Osaka. The print run is limited to only 300 pieces, and each box sells for 1000 yen ($8.04) including tax each.
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