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Fate Grand Order Glasses

Eyewear company Eye Mirror announced more additions to its ongoing line of special glasses frames inspired by the Servants of Fate/Grand Order. The latest entries are based on the Caster-class Servant Murasaki Shikibu and the Assassin-class Servant Yu Mei-ren. The designs were teased in a tweet from the official Eye Mirror account:

The Fate/Grand Order glasses frames inspired by Murasaki Shikibu, the 10th-century Japanese author of the Tale of Genji and Fate/Grand Order Caster, use an under-rim style patterned after Shikibu’s reading glasses. The tips of the arms have a checkered pattern based on the kimono jacket she wears, and purple accents allude to her color scheme. The frames also come with a beaded eyeglasses chain in the same style.

Fate Grand Order Shikibu Glasses

Meanwhile, in addition to her role in FGO‘s third Lostbelt chapter, Yu Mei-ren gets a pair of glasses patterned after her outfit. While the thick black frames match up in the front, the arms have sculpted portions that resemble the red-and-black stitching on her clothing. The rear parts of the arms also have a red-and-black marble pattern to reflect Yu Mei-ren’s bloodstained color scheme traits.

Fate Grand Order Yu Mei-ren Glasses

The new Fate/Grand Order glasses are the fifth wave in Eye Mirror’s ongoing collaboration. Previous waves included frames based other bespectacled Fate/Grand Order characters, like Li Shuwen, Li Shuwen, James Moriarty, Sigurd, Hans Christian Andersen, Sakata Kintoki, Leonardo da Vinci, and Mash Kyrielight. One more design remains to be revealed, though Eye Mirror has not stated when the final addition would be released. All models purchased come with a special FGO carrying case and cleaning cloth. They can also support prescription lenses.

Fate Grand Order Glasses Lineup

The Fate/Grand Order x Eye Mirror collaboration glasses are available through Eye Mirror’s online store, as well as physical locations in Tokyo and Osaka in Japan. The newest glasses based on Murasaki Shikibu and Yu Mei-ren  JPY 15,400 and 14,300, respectively (about USD $142 and $132). Fate/Grand Order itself is downloadable for Android and iOS.

Josh Tolentino
Josh Tolentino helped run Japanator as Managing Editor since 2012, before it and Siliconera teamed up. That said, it's been years since he watched enough anime to keep his otaku license valid. Maybe one day he'll see enough of a given season to pretend to know what's hot. Until then, it's Star Trek reruns, gacha games, and bylines at Destructoid and GameCritics.