Pre-orders for the Cardcaptor Sakura Card Case are Now Open

Tokyo Otaku Mode Inc. (incorporated in Delaware, U.S.; representative: Tomohide Kamei; CEO: Naomitsu Kodaka; herein referred to as TOM) has announced pre-orders for a duralumin card case based on motifs from the currently airing popular anime Cardcaptor Sakura.

The card case features designs based on the Sealing Wand and magical circle that appear in the anime.

The card case is produced by GILD Design, a company that has manufactured many duralumin products. GILD Design produces high-quality products due to the level of care taken throughout the creation process, from the raw materials to the decision to make every part of the product within Japan.

This is an item with a simple yet refined design, durability that comes from using duralumin, and the smooth sliding action that comes from being handmade by an artisan. The bearings, each of which is smaller than a grain of rice, allow for easy opening and closing. This card case is designed to be extremely easy to use.

Duralumin has a tough and hard image, but this card case is colored with bright, pastel colors. It is made so that the motifs that fans love can easily be seen in one's daily life. This design was made with the intent to create a card case that can be used in any situation, such as business situations or even fan events. This is an item for Sakura fans, old and new alike, to be able to carry around wherever they go.

[Product Details]
Price: 12,800 yen (excl. tax)
Materials: Duralumin alloy A2017S, stainless steel
Size: 9 x 110 x 62mm
Weight: 62g

[Pre-Order period]
From June 19th, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. to August 31, 2018, 11:59 PM JST

[Estimated Shipping Date]
Shipping is planned to begin when production finishes in October 2018.

Pre-Order Page:

[Anime/Maker Details]
[About Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card]
Sakura, after gathering the Clow Cards and stopping them from bringing misfortune onto the world, changed them to her own cards using her own power. Now it's April, with the cherry blossoms in full bloom, and she's a first-year middle school student. There, she meets Syaoran again after his return from Hong Kong. Though they delight in being able to go to school together, Sakura discovers one night that the cards she gathered have changed...! Throughout the town of Tomoeda, mysterious things keep occurring. Led by the key that she obtained in a dream, Sakura once more begins to gather the cards. Among all of this chaos, a new girl transfers to her class...

Original work: CLAMP
Director: Morio Asaka
Series Editor and Screenwriter: Nanase Ohkawa
Costume and Card Designer: Mokona
Character Designer: Kunihiko Hamada
Music Director: Masafumi Mima
Music: Takayuki Negishi
Animation Production: Madhouse

Sakura Kinomoto: Sakura Tange
Keroberos: Aya Hisakawa
Tomoyo Daidouji: Junko Iwao
Syaoran Li: Motoko Kumai
Akiho Shinomoto: Minori Suzuki
Yuna D. Kaito: Natsuki Hanae
Fujitaka Kinomoto: Hideyuki Tanaka
Touya Kinomoto: Tomokazu Seki
Yukito Tsukishiro/Yue: Megumi Ogata
Eriol Hiiragizawa: Nozomu Sasaki
Kaho Mizuki: Emi Shinohara
Spinel Sun: Yumi Touma
Nakuru Akizuki/Ruby Moon: Ryouka Yuzuki
Takashi Yamazaki: Issei Miyazaki
Chiharu Mihara: Miwa Matsumoto
Naoko Yanagisawa: Emi Motoi
Cardcaptor Sakura Official Site:

[About GILD Design]
Producers of smartphone and card cases made with aluminum flakes shaved off from strong, pure duralumin used in airplanes and cars. They create Made in Japan products that have everything, from the materials to the tools and the packaging, sourced from and made within Japan. GILD Design's parent company designs and creates parts for two-wheeled vehicles. Its products have the strength necessary for races while keeping them as lightweight as possible. The card cases use those techniques to make designs that keep all the necessary parts while getting rid of the unnecessary. This allows them to create functional and beautiful designs with no unnecessary parts.

They strive to create products made with the techniques cultivated for designing race parts to satisfy their customers' needs.

Official site:

[About Tokyo Otaku Mode]
Tokyo Otaku Mode (TOM) shares with the world the latest Japanese pop culture news through its Facebook page, which has over 20 million likes as of October 2017, and sells products related to Japanese anime, manga, games, music, and fashion through its website, the Tokyo Otaku Mode Shop.

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