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Shopping for the anime fans in your life? Anime seems to be becoming more and more popular lately and for this, there are more and more gifts for anime fans. Below are my suggestions. While I have to be honest anime isn't my area of expertise I do have a few anime fans on my shopping list each year so I have some ideas for gifts.
HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE for Anime Fans
Eat Sleep Anime Repeat T-Shirt – $14.95 – Personally I think this shirt is super cute and would be great to wear out or even just to lounge around the house in.
MangaPro Art Set – $29.95
Dragon Ball Z Wallet – $13.99
Master Guide to Drawing Anime – $11.98 – I feel this one will pair well with number 10. Teach your anime fan how to actually draw their own anime.
POP Anime Hatsune Miku – $8.95
Jigglypuff Beanie – $11.44
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Sailor Moon LED Watch – $36.99
Black Fleece Cat Beanie – $13.99
Anima Luminous Backpack – $23.59 – Ok this light up/glow in the dark backpack is just too freakin cool!
Anime Girl Notebook/Journal – $6.99 – I have found many anime fans also like to write or draw so this is a great gift or even stocking stuffer.
Funko Mystery Minifigure – $2.99
Kinomoto Messenger Bag – $28.99
Naruto iPhone 6 Case – $11.99
Anime Pullover Sweatshirt – $17.99 – Another good article of clothing to be comfertable in even if it is just around the house but it is good to wear out too.
Anime House Slippers – $19.00
Anime Locker Padlock – $9.99 – Super cute padlock I just can't but smile at this little guy when I see him.
Anime Crew Socks – $12.50
Posca Anime Drawing Markers – $18.99
Cosplay 8-Piece Keychain Set – $7.99
A Geek in Japan Book – $15.10
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So what do you think of my list? What gifts for anime fans do you suggest?
Looking for even more great gift ideas for those on your shopping list? Check out our Ultimate List of the Best Gift Guides to find something for everyone!
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