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by Paul Strauss
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In celebration of Pac-Man’s 30th anniversary, the Japanese are getting drunk on wine. At least that’s what this unlikely commemorative set of Pac-Man wine glasses would have you believe.

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My Japanese isn’t very good, but it looks like you’ll be able to get a pair of these glasses, along with a set of collectible Pac-Man wine coasters for about ¥5250 (appx. $50 USD). Here’s a bit of machine translation which should help you with your purchase decision:

“Wine glass wine glass set used in the 30th anniversary of Pac-Man is the home of a wine glass wine made in France. The glass we perform our 30th anniversary logo of Pac-Man. This product is full of playful fun and celebrate. Intensity than ordinary glass of soda, have a reputation as a professional. You can use the dishwasher. Glow in the endurance test of 2,000 was not lost. Coldcut – finish the mouth. The taste is smooth, you can enjoy the taste of wine more.”

Now I don’t quite get the tie-in between Pac-Man and wine – all I can think of is that Bandai Namco designed these glasses for the game’s little-known fifth ghost, Drinky.

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