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Infinifan, Inc. Expands Partnership with Funimation with Licensing Deals

Infinifan, Inc. is adding three more Funimation licenses to its anime catalog: Fruits Basket (2019), Tokyo Ghoul, and the classic series Trigun. The announcement was made over the July 4th weekend to coincide with what would have been Anime Expo weekend. All three new properties will have Mochibi product lines, as well as a new plush keychain line called Clippits. Both product lines are currently in development, and a release date window will be announced within the coming months.

Mochibi are officially licensed, super-soft, super-cute stylized versions of popular anime and gaming characters, and the perfect size for squeezing- approximately 6” x 5”. Featuring embroidered faces, and quality materials and printing, the “comfort” plush are both highly detailed and collectible.

Infinifan has previously partnered with Funimation to develop Mochibi for My Hero Academia and Dragon Ball Z, and continue to add to these product lines, as well.

About Infinifan, Inc.
Infinifan is a licensed goods manufacturer with a focus on anime and gaming IP based in New York, and has a passion for the characters and properties they create merch and collectibles for. Founded in 2014, the company has been creating all kinds of licensed goods from acrylic key chains to collectible watches, but is best known for the Mochibi line of collectible plush.

For more information about Mochibi, including photo galleries, product announcements, exclusive items, and more, visit the official hub for all things Mochibi.

Additional Funimation Properties Fruits Basket, Tokyo Ghoul, and Trigun added to Infinifan’s Licensing Catalog

$14.99- $19.99 each SRP
Approximately 6” x 5” super-soft, stylized plush

Embroidered and printed details

Recommended for ages 3 and up

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