Attack on Titan

Attack on Titan Receives High Class Collaboration Goods

Announced Friday by Imperial Enterprise Co., Ltd., crafting studio Japan Traditional Crafts will be collaborating with Attack on Titan to release a limited edition run of goods. Under the slogan “To fulfill the future of humanity and Japanese tradition”, the collaboration includes goods such as glass tumblers, sterling silver bracelets, and leather IC card cases. Each of the items comes as a limited edition, with items ranging from 100 – 300 in stock. Each product is handcrafted and made in Japan using premium materials. Prices for the release ranges between 9,800 yen to 39,800 yen, with the latter being the set of glass tumblers.

Attack on Titan was originally written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama in September 9, 2009 and was published through Bessatsu Shonen Manga. Between April and September 2013, the hugely popular animated series was aired in Japan, whilst being streamed in North America via Crunchyroll. Produced as a collaboration between Wit Studio and Production I.G, the anime was announced to be receiving a second season on April 1, 2017. The collaboration between Japan Traditional Crafts and Attack on Titan was announced in light of the second seasons reveal.

The full breakdown of prices and materials can be found below:

  • Price: 39,800 yen (Plus tax)
  • Production: 100 units
  • Release Date: March 25, 2017
  • Webstore: “PREMICO (Premo)”
  • Material: Crystal Glass
  • Size: Height 90 × 84 mm
  • Origin: Japan

  • Price: 9,800 yen (Plus tax)
  • Production: 200 units
  • Release Date: March 25, 2017
  • Webstore: “PREMICO (Premo)”
  • Material: Deer Leather, Cowhide Interior, Brass Key-Ring
  • Size: 110 x 75 mm
  • Origin: Japan

  • Price: 9,800 yen (Plus tax)
  • Production: 300 units
  • Release Date: March 25, 2017
  • Webstore: “PREMICO (Premo)
  • Material: Silk, Sterling Silver (.925 Silver), Brass, Natural Stones
  • Size: S ~ M 16cm M ~ L 18cm
  • Origin: Japan

Further blurring the line between anime goods and designer craftsmanship, these items went on sale March 25, 2017. Further information can be found on the official website, here.

Lachlan Johnston

<p>Editor in Chief at OTAQUEST. Doing everything I can to help promote the things I enjoy the most here in Japan. Currently living in Tokyo.</p>