As part of charity events ran by Stand Up Japan, a nonprofit group dedicated to helping victims of 311 Tohoku Earthquake, Takanori Nishikawa (T.M. Revolution) is auctioning out two sets of costumes he actually wore in 1999 for Gekkoh (月虹) CD cover, promotions, and videos.
One was worn by Takanori himself, and the other one was worn by his music producer/band partner Daisuke Asakura. (Technically at the time T.M.R was called the end of genesis T.M.R. evolution turbo D)
Stand Up Japan also sells a lot of personal items auctioned by Japanese celebrities, musicians, actors, comedians, etc. Check out their YJ auction store to see all listing. You’ll find some amazing things there.
Get things you like, and help out Earthquake/Tsunami victims and affected areas!