About two weeks ago I went to "Saló del Manga" in Barcelona and made some good findings. After my return I was very busy and that's why I didn't share this with you before...
I got, as expected, Japanese content as books and movies. I got more, but only what I consider the most interesting of them are here:
The golden age of the flying boat, by Miyazaki Hayao
Movie theatre booklet of "Hotaru no haka", unopened since 1988
Rupan sansei: Kariosutoro no shiro.
This last one is very important. If, when young you played "Cliff Hanger", you actually watched fragments of this movie. It contains the prototype characters of some of Miyazaki's movies (it was his debut as director) such as Nausicaä, Fío, Muska, the Men in Black, Curtiss and apparently was used by the development teams of Konami during development of the original (pre Lords of Shadow) Castlevania/Akumajou dorakyura series.
In the purely retro side, I found some interesting items from the three regions...
Super Game Boy, the only European piece that I was able to acquire.
This one was a surprise... It came apparently from the USA.
Everything else came from Japan.
Dorakyura Densetsu II
Ghost in the Shell
Ni no kuni
This last one is very special because animation was done by Studio Ghibli ("Sen to Chihiro no kamikakushi", "Hotaru no haka", "Kurenai no buta", etc.). The composer is Joe Hisaishi, who has worked with Miyazaki since 1984. Being an special edition the box also contained a book which is the game's guide.