Kingdom Hearts 20th Anniversary Keyblade Fastener Charms Available

Kingdom Hearts Keyblade Fastener Charm Collection

Samatha Thavasa will release a collection of Kingdom Hearts Keyblade fastener charms. These items will be available as part of a Kingdom Hearts 20th anniversary collection. A total of 7 Keyblade fastener charms will be available. Consumers can purchase the charms individually for 4,950 yen (about $38) or as a collection for 13,200 yen (about $102). Purchases of the collection will include a special case, which features popular iconography from the game. Pre-orders for the charms will remain open until June 26, 2022. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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The Keyblade fastener charms consumers can purchase as part of the Kingdom Hearts 20th anniversary collection include:

  • Kingdom Key
  • Kingdom Key D
  • Oathkeeper
  • Oblivion
  • Star Seeker
  • Ultima Weapon
  • Way to the Dawn

As the items will be made to order, purchases will be handled on a first-come-first-served basis. Additionally, once orders are made, they cannot be cancelled due to the nature of production.

Each fastener will also feature a miniature charm attached to the Keyblade, similar to how the Keyblades appear in each respective Kingdom Hearts title.  You can take a look at the fastener charms below.

Square Enix has released Kingdom Hearts 20th anniversary merchandise in collaboration with other retailers. This has included the release of a Kingdom Hearts 20th anniversary Sony Walkman and wireless earbuds, as well as a special line of suitcases for travel.

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