They usually sell the remaining stock from events online or by postorder some time after the event. But they might not ship it outside of Japan.Things like these make me want to join Angel Eyes. I debated about joining when it was opened up to I-fans, but I never looked into how much a membership costs. It's frustrating not being able to buy something as simple as a t-shirt. With a few exceptions, most items on Amazon.jp don't offer international shipping. I've a found some t-shirts that will ship outside Japan, but none of them interested me.
It wasn't until they released that pic of Kunoichi Momoclo that it made sense why they released the Ninja Stars. Ugh, I wish they were available outside of the theater (>.<) Here's some fan pics. Looks like the Wrestler they're friends with is featured in the play.
Glad you enjoyed the translation! Yeah, this part of the interview was more interesting than the first. Reni was cracking me up, lol. Even though I agree that things don't change that much in your 20's, I think Momoclo are a special case since they've been doing the same job for 10 yrs. Being Idols, they're expected to maintain a youthful image. They live in those personas almost every day, so it's bound to have an effect on the way they've grown up.
I had a feeling that's where Arin was going with her comment. It's like she was saying "Life begins at forty".
You can definitely link my blog in the OP