Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a big lottery. It is titled ‘Ichiban Kuji Shukan Shonen Jump 50-shuu Nen’ and is available in many 7-Eleven stores in Japan. One lottery ticket costs 620 yen. Please confirm if your local 7-Eleven store is doing the lottery through their website or by asking directly in the store.
The prizes use historical front covers of the magazine and turns them into a variety of goods. If you win prize A to D for example, you will receive a cushion that looks like an opened Shonen Jump magazine and shows one page of the manga. Included in this are Eiichiro Oda’s One Piece, Akira Toriyama’s Dragon Ball, Masashi Kishimoto’s Naruto and Hideaki Sorachi’s Gintama.
Other prizes include business card cases, B6 sized notepads, or A4 sized clear files. More than one design will be available for those prizes. If you draw the last lottery ticket of the store, you will get an extra prize. The extra prize is a notepad using the cover of No. 37 Shonen Jump of 1990 in its design, an illustration of Dragon Ball. About half of the tickets give you the chance to apply for the double-chance campaign, which will give you the opportunity to win a big sized cushion that looks like the first issue of 2017, an illustration of One Piece. You can look at the pictures of all the prizes on the official lottery website.
Ichiban Kuji Shukan Shonen Jump 50-shuu Nen
Prize A: Cushion in Form of a Shonen Jump Magazine – One Piece Version (1 type)
Prize B: Cushion in Form of a Shonen Jump Magazine – Dragon Ball Version (1 type)
Prize C: Cushion in Form of a Shonen Jump Magazine – Naruto Version (1 type)
Prize D: Cushion in Form of a Shonen Jump Magazine – Gintama Version (1 type)
Prize E: Business Card Case (3 types)
Prize F: Mini notepad set (6 types)
Prize G: Clearfile Set (25 types)
Prize for last draw: Notepad in form of a Shonen Jump magzine (1 type)
Double Chance Campaign: Big cushion in form of a Shonen Jump Magazine
(c)JUMP 50th Anniversary