Square Enix’s Kingdom Hearts video game series is all about hearts and friendship and, of course, love. So who wouldn’t want to propose with an official Kingdom Hearts ring?

High-end jewelry brand U-Treasure is collaborating with the long-running game franchise to bring fans some very fancy bling.

The Kingdom Hearts engagement ring is the perfect example of stealth otaku merchandise. While it looks perfectly normal from the front, if you look at the side, you can see the Kingdom Hearts heart symbol, as well as the Mickey Mouse logo. This ring will cost 88,000 yen (about USD $792) in 950 purity platinum, 78,000 yen (about USD $702) in 18-karat yellow white gold, and 29,000 yen (about USD $261) in silver with a cubic zirconia center. The diamond in the middle of the platinum and yellow white gold versions will cost extra.

These “Kingdom Chain” and “Kingdom Chain Darkside” wedding rings have Keyblades on the bands. These rings are available only as a set. The 950 purity platinum and 18-karat yellow gold versions of the rings will cost 210,000 yen (about USD $1,890), the 18-karat white and yellow gold versions will cost 185,000 yen (about USD $1,665), and the silver variation of the set will cost 30,000 yen (about USD $270).

The Kingdom Chain necklace is themed after the keyblade used by Sora. The 18-karat white and yellow gold version will cost 65,000 yen (about USD $585), the silver and 10-karat yellow gold version will cost 32,000 yen (about USD $288), and the silver version will cost 5,000 yen (about USD $45).

The Kingdom Chain Darkside necklace is themed after the Keyblade that the King obtained in the world of darkness in order to shut the door of darkness that was starting to open. The 18-karat white and yellow gold version will cost 65,000 yen (about USD $585), the silver and 10-karat yellow gold version will cost 32,000 yen (about USD $288), and the silver version will cost 5,000 yen (about USD $45).

The Oblivion necklace is themed after the Keyblade meant to represent the darkness. It was designed to be the opposite to the Oathkeeper. It will cost 65,000 yen (about USD $585) for the 18-karat white gold version and 12,000 yen (about USD $108) for the silver version.

The Oathkeeper necklace is themed after the Keyblade meant to represent the light. It was designed to be the opposite to the Oblivion. It will cost 65,000 yen (about USD $585) for the 18-karat white gold version and 12,000 yen (about USD $108) for the silver version.

The Sora charm necklace is a loyal replica of the necklace Sora wears. The 18-karat yellow gold version will cost 48,000 yen (about USD $432), the 10-karat yellow gold version will cost 28,000 yen (about USD $252), and the silver version will cost 10,000 yen (about USD $90).

The heart necklace is designed to look like the heart from the game’s title logo. It will cost 48,000 yen (about USD $432) for the 18-karat yellow gold version, 28,000 yen for the 10-karat yellow gold version, and 10,000 yen for the silver version.

Hands-on with Kingdom Hearts 0.2: Birth by Sleep: A Fragmentary Passage

Pre-orders for the items can be made at the U-TREASURE POP UP SHOP in Shinjuku, on the U-TREASURE online shop, the K-Uno Sakae store in Kobe, and the online shopping site omni7. No international release of the goods has been announced.

Anime News Newtwork Feed

    Close
    Prev
    Next