Since starting our humble company in 1996, J-List has always sold popular Japanese calendars to our customers all over the world, including anime, Japanese traditional art and photo, and sexy JAV calendars. And the category that always sells the most are the popular artist calendars by Japan’s top illustrators like Kantoku, Takuya Fujima and Coffee Kizoku. Here’s a detailed look at the awesome 2021 Coffee Kizoku calendar, which is in stock at J-List right now!
To thank everyone for their warm support in 2020, we’re having a Holiday Shipping Supprt Sale, where we’ll pick up 40% of your shipping bill through Dec. 25. Make an order today!
Coffee Kizoku was born in 1981 and was interested in drawing and art from an early age. He entered the eroge industry professionally as a “graphicker” (what a production artist for games is called), and worked on such famous titles as EVE Burst Error. The first game based on his work alone was Hokago no Senpai by Innocent Grey. Since then he’s become a popular doujinshi artist, making dozens of illustration books and some additional games, which we have in stock on J-List.
The Coffee Kizoku calendar this year is extra special, being 13 pages (cover + one page per month) instead of the usual 7 for most anime calendars. The sheets are glossy and beautiful, being A2 size, or 23.4 x 16.5 in. Having the beautiful girls designed by the artist on your wall all year long will surely make 2021 a special year for you!
The Coffee Kizoku 2021 anime calendar is in stock on J-List now. Grab your copy before it’s gone!
Thanks for reading and viewing the internal scans! Get your Coffee Kizoku calendar here!
Great news! Because we love our awesome customers and want to support you during these trying times, we’ve started a new J-List Christmas Shipping Sale, to support fans who want to order cool stuff from Japan! Order $125 or more from Japan, and we’ll cover 40% of your shipping! The sale is good for in-stock books, snacks, figures, and cool hentai and ecchi products to help you get through the rest of the crisis, but not preorders or J-List Boxes or Fukubukuro grab bags (since they’re already discounted). Start browsing for awesome products from Japan now!