Tokyo Otaku Mode Now Selling Cute Cardcaptor Sakura Jewellery Online

04.September.2019 | ANIME&GAME / FASHION

Tokyo Otaku Mode Inc. is collaborating with adult jewellery and merchandise makers U-TREASURE to create dainty and delicate jewellery based on the anime and manga Cardcaptor Sakura. Preorders for their brand new jewellery series are now being accepted. 

 

This is the third time Cardcaptor Sakura collaboration jewellery has been created. This time, the designs are focussed around the characters Sakura, Syaoran and Yue from the Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card series.

 

Cardcaptor Sakura Petit series: Sakura

This petit series consists of a necklace and earrings which are both full of Sakura’s cute personality. A twinkling diamond can be seen at the centre of the star motif. The back of the star also bears Sakura’s cherry blossom flower motif. The back of the necklace is even decorated with a wing pattern. You are bound to fall in love with this intricate and dainty design. 

 

Cardcaptor Sakura Petit series: Syaoran

 

The Syaoran-themed necklace and earrings are based on Syaoran’s compass and uniform hat. Even the details of the decoration on his hat are perfectly replicated in the design. Your eyes will be immediately drawn to the centre of the compass, where a small diamond sparkles. The back of the necklace is decorated with the design of Syaoran’s Thunder Jufu paper charm. 

 

Cardcaptor Sakura Petit series: Yue

The design for this collection is based on Yukito and Yue. The motif of the design is a snowflake and the moon, which represents the acknowledgement of the other’s presence. The charm incorporates both symbols together in its design, representing the unity of the two characters. The centre of this design also features a shiny diamond. The back of the necklace features the Clow Book design.

 

As a special bonus, you will receive a cleaning cloth for each item of jewellery purchased. (Not sold separately) 

 

Preorders are being accepted until September 23, 2019 so please check them out as soon as possible. 

 

 *These jewellery items are still in the development process. Therefore, the final product may differ slightly from the images shown.

©CLAMP, ST/Kodansha Ltd.・NEP・NHK

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    ■Information
    Sakura Fantasy Cafe

    Tokyo: Harajuku Box Cafe&Space

    Osaka: DELASOUL CHARBON

    Saitama: Koshigaya Box Cafe&Space

     

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