This section of the website is where you will find answers to questions regarding Shopping Online at jposter.net. if you don't find what you're looking for here, please check our Frequently Asked Questions.
All prices on this website are in US Dollars (USD), and payments are accepted via Paypal's secure payment facility. Paypal accept all major credit cards and currencies, and have guarantees in place to ensure your order is secure.
Prices given on this website do not include any customs duties or taxes that may be imposed by your country.
Due to the collectible nature of these posters, we often have very limited quantities available - often just a single copy! When a product sells out, you will not be able to add it to your cart or purchase it, as we only sell items that we physically have on hand.
However, you can still add the item to your wishlist! This is a great way of letting us know that we should try to find another copy. If we are able to re-stock the item, you will then be able to move it to your shopping cart for purchasing. Think of this feature as a 'Poster Request' ... except there is no obligation for you to buy it.
The site is divided into six main categories - B5 posters for Japanese Movies, Western Movies, Foreign Films, Anime, and Movie Programmes and B2 Posters. Simply select the area that interests you and browse through the listings.
We have added many features to make it as easy as possible to find your favorite posters. We hope you find the following useful:
By default, our listings display alphabetically based on the movie's title. However you can also use the Sort Selector to order listings in the following ways:
What is the difference between "Year of Movie" and "Year of Poster"? This is an important distinction for a number of reasons. Firstly, the Japanese release date may be different to the movie's original release date. For example, George Romero's Dawn of the Dead was originally released in 1978, but it wasn't released in Japan until 1979.
Not only that, it was re-released to Japanese theatres in 2010 as well, and that release has it's own chirashi! Obviously the original chirashi is a lot older than the re-release version, so that affects its rarity and price. Our site lists posters by the original release date by default, as that is what most people know. But if you want to search by poster age, we've got you covered for that too.
While viewing the listings, you may be interested in a specific genre only. At the top right, next to Genres, click SHOW to view the list of genres, and select the one you want.
For many searches, we have far too many items to fit onto one page. In order to keep the site as fast as possible, pages are limited to showing 20 items at a time. Don't forget to move to the next page! Page navigation is located below the listings
If you are looking for a specific title, please use our Site Search located at the top of each page. If you can't find what you're looking for, try shortening your search phrase - maybe its listed under a slightly different name!
Our search is based on keywords, so works best if you enter the most unique word in the title. For instance, to search for "The Big Lebowski", just enter "lebowski" as your search phrase for the best results.
You may be interested only in posters for your favorite actor or actress, or perhaps you're a fan of a certain director, or collect posters of films from a specific country. We've built this site for movie-lovers just like you! In the left hand menu you will notice many ways that you can view our listings ... simply click a Menu Item for an expanded list.
When viewing any poster, you will notice that the Director and Actor's names are links, so is the Country and the Genre. Clicking any of these will bring up a list of posters related to that person or category.