One of the most beautiful games of all time has gotten some goodies, as Capcom of Japan has released a new line of Ōkami merchandise.

First is a set of wall scrolls. Featuring four different locales from the game – Kamiki Village, Dragon Palace, Ponc’tan, and Wep’keer – each drawn in the game’s signature ink style, with some nice use of color to boot. The scrolls will be sold in a set of four for 8,800 Yen (~$76).

The next is a plate set featuring Amaterasu relaxing in various locales. The blue markings upon the white plates evoke a quality similar to fine china, though the plates are rather small. These’ll retail for 5,800 Yen (~$50).

Third up is a hand mirror. While not styled in the green elegancy of Ammy’s iconic Divine Retribution, the deep red frame and gold markings carry a warmth and elegance similar to the sun. This one will cost 2,800 Yen (~$24), but is currently out of stock. Hopefully that gets resolved soon.

Following is a very nice tea cup featuring all the brush gods from the game. Drawn in a simple sketch style with splots of red, this one is going for 1,400 Yen (~$12).

Next is a phone case. Emblazoned with Amaterasu and Issun against stylish clouds, and with a little paw print clasp, this seems like a great phone case for anybody with an iPhone 6 or 6s. This one’s 3,900 Yen (~$34).

What follows is perhaps the most interesting – mobile batteries. These come in two models – the 3K mAh model features Ammy in several poses against a faded brown background, while the 6K mAh model has her against a more colorful purple, several brush gods in the distance. The 3K model will go for 5,400 Yen (~$47) and the 6K model for 8,424 Yen (~$73).


Finally we’ve got some sets of masking tape. Each comes with four different designs: the A package comes with the designs of Amaterasu and flowers, brush gods, chibi brush gods, and pixel art; the B set comes with designs of fruit and other items, demon imps, Praise orbs, and… more pixel art. Each set costs 2,400 Yen (~$21).

You can check out the full page of Ōkami merch for more info, provided you can read Japanese or put up with Google Translate’s silliness.

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Written by Ben Fruzzetti

Gamer, writer and devourer of pasta. Whenever not letting his daydreams run out of control, he can be found writing for Nintendo Wire, playing old JRPGs, or reading sci-fi and fantasy novels and comics.

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