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Aniporium In Makati: Anime Merch Store With Jujutsu Kaisen & Doraemon Gashapon Machines

Aniporium, Makati

If you’re an otaku in the metro looking for your next anime-themed hangout spot, check out Aniporium in Makati. It’s an anime merch haven where you can shop or browse merchandise from your favorite animes and role-play games.

There’s something at this store for every budget, from surprise gashapon (capsule toy vending machines) toys to scale figures.

Different anime figurines

Aniporium - Nendoroids
A variety of Nendoroids.
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Aniporium sells a variety of anime figurines, including Nendoroids (from P1,750, ~USD30.46) and Pop-Up Parade figures (from P1,700, ~USD29.59). They have characters from Spy x Family, Attack on Titan, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, and Kaguya-sama: Love is War.

The shop also carries expensive, 5-digit-worth scale figures from animes such as Fate/Stay Night and Overlord.

Even if you don’t make any purchases, you’re free to view all of these collectibles and more at the store.

Other anime goods

Aniporium - anime merch wall
A wall display of anime merch.
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So you can make your own room at home anime-themed, you can also find a wide variety of other anime merch at Aniporium.

They have everything from Haikyu!! pins (P650, ~USD11.31), Tokyo Revengers acrylic stands (P1,250, ~USD21.75), to Cardcaptor Sakura lunch cloths (P1,250, ~USD21.75).

They also carry MAGIC: The Gathering and Phantasy Star Online 2 trading cards (P220, ~USD3.83). For a game-themed desk set-up, gamers can also get Final Fantasy XIV gaming mouse pads (P2,350, ~USD40.90).

If you like to read manga, they also have select manga titles in store.

Gashapon machines

Aniporium - gashaponGashapon machines.
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If you like surprises, get your anime merchandise from one of their gashapon. Each draw only costs P200 or ~USD3.48.

Each of their machines contains mini figures of characters from different anime series, including Jujutsu Kaisen, Demon Slayer, Re: Zero, and Doraemon.

For more capsule toy variants or if you can’t drop by Anitopia, check out their website or Shopee store.

Next-door cafe

Pokko Coffee Makati
Pokkó Coffee.
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After browsing through Aniporium’s anime collectibles, grab some refreshments from Pokkó Coffee which is just next door to the shop.

It serves coffee shop staples such as Americano, cappuccino, and a wide selection of lattes (from P88, ~USD1.53), which you can get hot or iced. Meanwhile, non-coffee drinkers can also enjoy a variety of frappes, sodas, and slushes.

For a sugary energy boost, they also have cakes and pastries. Try their bestsellers – the banana crumble muffin (P98, ~USD1.71), blueberry cheesecake (P138, ~USD2.40), and premium dark chocolate cake (P128, ~USD2.23).

You can enjoy these inside the cafe or at the booths inside Aniporium as you unbox your anime merch haul.

Anime merch store in Makati

Aniporium is surely a dreamland for otakus, with different types of merch from various anime and games.

Their P200 gashapon draws are a cherry on top, allowing anime fans on a budget to bring home a souvenir they love.

Address: 928 A. Arnaiz Avenue Makati City, Makati City, Metro Manila
Opening hours:
10AM-7PM, Daily
0917 882 6463
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