Kingdom Hearts Carry-On Bag Available for Pre-Order

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Square Enix announced it will release a Kingdom Hearts carry-on bag in July 2022. Pre-orders for the Kingdom Hearts carry-on bag are available through the Japanese Square Enix e-Store. It will cost 18,480 yen ($154) and matches the Kingdom Hearts suitcases announced for the 20th anniversary of the series. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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Like the suitcases, the Kingdom Hearts carry-on bag features motifs associated with the series. It also features zippers in the form of the Kingdom Key. The bag has a secondary strap as well, which can be used to sling it over your shoulder. You can take a look at the bag below.

The item is featured on a special page of the Square Enix e-Store, which lists other 2oth anniversary goods and general Kingdom Hearts merchandise. This includes a Kingdom Hearts Kingdom Key ice tray, as well as a special mouse pad that features the Dive to the Heart illustration.

Square Enix has planned an event to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Kingdom Hearts series. It will be held in Tokyo, Japan on April 10, 2022. The event will feature a live Q&A segment with developers, an exhibit, and a mini-concert. While the event features a limited amount of guests, a recorded version will be made available online at a later date.

The themed carry-on bag will be released in July 2022.


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