Dragon Ball series’ antagonist Frieza rides on a hover pod, and it is now being turned into a cushion chair for earthlings. The product titled “Dame ni Naru?! Frieza Pod Cushion” is available at the price of ¥29,700 (~$214) with an additional ¥6,000 (~$43) delivery fee, and will be open for pre-orders until November 21 at 11 p.m. The delivery date is scheduled to be February 2023. The cushion weighs about 5 kg, and the size is about 95 cm in width, 70 cm in height, and 80 cm in depth.
With a note of “This site includes machine-translated texts. Please be aware that you might find some unusual expressions that are difficult to understand“, the official website introduces the product in English as:
This cushion faithfully recreates the look of the Frieza Pod used by Frieza himself in Dragon Ball Z and is large enough for a single person to get inside. As you can see from these pictures, it features a rounded machine-like exterior
that is made from soft and fluffy materials that are pleasing to the touch. The Frieza Pod cushion stands freely without the need for any additional support. Once you hop inside, you’ll feel an instant sense of reassuring comfort.
The interior utilizes miniature beads and squishy fabrics to create an addictively soft seating arrangement that you might find it hard to tear yourself away from! In addition, there’s a clear, touch-responsive pocket on the inside where you can house your favorite smartphone so that you can enjoy videos and music while you relax, making it even more enticing to stay inside all day. This item boasts impressive dimensions that can accommodate a wide range of would-be space emperors
with a diameter of 95 cm and a height of 70 cm. Fulfill your dreams of becoming Frieza and turn any room into your own personal galactic empire in this satisfyingly snug Space Pod cushion that will refresh both your body and mind!
Ryusei Nakano who played Mayuri Kurotsuchi in BLEACH voiced Frieza in the Dragon Ball anime series.
Akira Toriyama serialized the Dragon Ball manga from November 1984 to June 1995 with 42 compiled volumes. The series also published a complete version with 34 books and surpassed 260 million circulating copies worldwide. The manga-inspired anime adaptations including films and the latest film Dragon Ball Super: SUPER HERO premiered on June 11, 2022, in Japan.
Source: Official Website
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