Demon Slayer jewelry

Bandai Opens Pre-Orders for Demon Slayer Jewelry

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Bandai Apparel opened up pre-orders for jewelry drawing inspiration from Demon Slayer characters. SV 925 earrings, ear cuffs, and necklaces based on Inosuke, Shinobu, and Kyojuro will ship out in March 2022. Pre-orders are open from October 15 to November 15, 2021. However, these items are only on the Japanese site. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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The Demon Slayer jewelry will arrive in boxes that have the characters’ haori designs on them. In Inosuke’s case, the pattern uses the jagged blades of his Nichirin swords. Each piece of jewelry has a design that reflects the character’s personality or references an event from the story. For example, Shinobu’s ear cuff bears a butterfly wing motif, whereas Inosuke’s earring has acorns like the ones he gave Nezuko.

Here are the prices for each piece of Demon Slayer jewelry.

In other Demon Slayer news, Demon Slayer: The Hinokami Chronicles is now available worldwide on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Windows PC. The first free update will go live in late October to early November 2021. From October 21, 2021 to January 21, 2022, visitors to the Tokyo Skytree will also have the chance to partake in the Demon Slayer event. Photo spots, themed food, and Nezuko’s box will be at the location.

The Demon Slayer jewelry are available from the Japanese Bandai Apparel website. However, it does not appear on the American site.

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