Of course, it's $1500, and limited to 46 copies (not including the fifteen not available at any price).
At a much lesser cost, however, are limited slipcased copies of Kafka On the Shore, Murakami's newly translated novel. Limited to a thousand, they're about a hundred and fifty on ebay. That's about the only place anyone not in the UK is going to find them at a competitive price, mind, since they were apparently only able to be purchased in person at selected Waterstone's.* It's somewhat more if you manage to find a copy signed by Murakami in Japanese.
What I want, however, is a copy of the Wind-Up Bird Chronicle with the twenty thousand words that were cut out put back in. Why isn't anyone doing this? Assuming it wasn't done for some ridiculous price (see fifteen hundred bucks for a short story as example), I'd be all over that.
* Isn't that the place that fired a guy for blogging? Anyhow, that said, I'm sure you can snag a copy from an online UK store, somewhere. For example, try here. It's only a hundred pounds...
** And this is Murakami's new webpage. Lots of people like it, but I reckon it's kinda ugly.