The Cardboard Dragon Ball Z Costume You've Always Wanted

[Image: Showa Note]
[Image: Showa Note]
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This might be one of the best Vegeta costumes you can buy. That is, if it doesn’t rain.

The folks behind that cardboard samurai armor are now releasing cardboard Vegeta costumes for both children and adults.

[Image: Showa Note]
[Image: Showa Note]
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According to Biglobe, the child’s outfit is 3,480 yen (US$34), while the adult one is 3,980 yen ($39). Both are made in Japan and both will go on sale later this month.

[Image: Biglobe]
[Image: Biglobe]

No word yet on an international release.

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Originally from Texas, Ashcraft has called Osaka home since 2001. He has authored six books, including most recently, The Japanese Sake Bible.

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DISCUSSION

“No glue or scissors needed”

“Easy assembly”

“English translation included”

So.. maybe official international release isn’t entirely needed if these are easy-ish to import?