Lashinbang, one of Japan’s biggest second-hand anime and pop culture goods chain store, is finally heading to Singapore.

Lashinbang has partnered with La Tendo, one of the more popular anime and hobby shops in Singapore, to set up shop at Suntec City Mall. Lashinbang’s Singapore branch is slated to open this December 2020, just in time for the holiday season. Interested customers can head on over to #03-354, Suntec City Mall. Drop off at the Promenade MRT Station Exit C.

Apart from Lashinbang’s brick-and-mortar expansion, the Japanese store chain also has its own Shopee store accessible in Taiwan, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Singapore. Lashinbang has also relaunched its eBay store page for North America.

Head on over to Lashinbang’s official social media and store pages below:
Lashinbang Shopee Stores in Taiwan:
Lashinbang Shopee Stores
Taiwan :
Thailand :
eBay Shop:

La Tendo Pages:

Official Press Release follows: 

Lashinbang has partnered with La Tendo,the Singapore’s popular anime shop,and will open Lashinbang Singapore store in December! It has also expanded online shopping and relaunched eBay USA!

November 21, 2020.

Lashinbang Co.,Ltd. Corporation

Information on this release will be released on Friday, November 21st at 18:00 (JST;Japan Standard Time)

Lashinbang Co.,Ltd.(Head office: Tokyo, Japan), the company that runs 52 stores in Japan and 4 overseas stores in Taipei, Taichung, Hong Kong and Seoul, has partnered with La Tendo,the popular anime shop in Singapore, to open a new anime shop in La Tendo in Suntec City, Singapore. The store will open and start selling 20,000 second-hand items including anime & game figures and character goods. At the Singapore store, it plans to give away opening memorial clear files to the first 500 customers.

In addition, Lashinbang is also actively engaged in overseas online shopping, and is currently selling online in Taiwan, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Singapore through Shopee, a cross-border e-commerce site. Lashinbang has renewed its eBay USA store and started to sell figures, can badges, acrylic key holders and other small goods in addition to doujinshi, greatly increasing the range of products available and strengthening sales in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia and other Western countries.