Do you love the sisters of The Quintessential Quintuplets? Well, if you love them so much, why don’t you marry them? Actually, you can do just that thanks to a new church event that’s celebrating the final installment of Negi Haruba’s manga. For the reasonable price of ¥1,500 (about $14) you can become a “joint partner” on a piece of art featuring one of the sisters in their bridal attire.
Those who sign up to become partners will have their name placed on an official certificate along with series creator Negi Haruba. Doing so will also grant shared access to a website featuring the art, as well as invites to special events and access to limited goods.
The five main pieces of art will be on display at the exhibition, which will be held at the Glory Chapel in Tokyo’s IVY Hall. As for the merchandise, joint partners can order a framed print of the art they chose for ¥30,000 ($270), as well as wedding mug that comes with a hand towel for ¥5,000 ($45).
Here’s a sample of some of the available merch.
The event goes down at the chapel from April 10-14 And don’t worry, you can “marry” multiple sisters and become joint partners on more than one piece of Quintessential Quintuplets art.