I grew up watching Dragon Ball Z and Sailor Moon, but I got frustrated when I couldn’t find loot from my favorite titles. My goal with The Otaku Box was, and still is, to get my Otakus the loot (and art!) that they want.
I started The Otaku Box with just a few hundred dollars and the first box went out to just over 200 pre-orders in January 2018. EcchiArt launched in 2020, and now, hundreds of thousands of Otakus participate with me in my mission!
I’m a Christian, and so are many of the guys and girls that work with me.
I try to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ, and part of that includes helping anyone who needs it, regardless of their location, beliefs, or anything else. I just want to help!
It’s not just me that’s helping people, it’s YOU! I couldn’t do any of this without my amazing Otakus. It’s my customers that are the heroes, and you’re doing so much real good!
By simply being an EcchiArt customer, you’re helping provide clean water to children in Africa, groceries to kids in the USA, building homes for families in Thailand, provide Japanese orphans with toys and learning opportunities, and much more every single month!
On a quarterly basis, we (that’s me and YOU!) give away 50% of net profits starting Q4, 2020! Yep, you read that right: half of everything goes to helping those in need. And, you can look at the spreadsheet below to see where the money is going and who it’s helping.
I’m in the process of setting up a system where you can nominate those that are doing good works or could use assistance. I’ll announce it via my newsletter when it’s ready!See Spreadsheet