The Promised Neverland Acrylic Charm

by Tokyo Otaku Mode
The Promised Neverland Acrylic Charm

The identification numbers of the 3 protagonists, Emma, Norman, and Ray.

Introducing acrylic charms of the identification numbers of Grace Field House’s orphans!

Now you can carry the identification numbers etched onto the necks of The Promised Neverland’s protagonists, Emma, Norman, and Ray, with these acrylic charms! The design is taken right from the series, making the charms symbolic items of The Promised Neverland.




These are the perfect items for fans, as you can attach them to just about anything and take them with you everywhere.

Note: The product is under development. The actual product may vary from the images.

Product Details

Variations: Emma (63194), Norman (22194), and Ray (81194)
Materials: Acrylic
Size: 80 mm x 30 mm (3.15 in x 1.2 in) - Acrylic part

About The Promised Neverland

The woman they love is not their mother. They live together, but are not siblings. This is Grace Field House, a small orphanage.
Emma, Norman, and Ray have spent their days there peaceful and happy. But one day, their everyday life is shattered by a sudden revelation…
What misfortune is waiting for them?

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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 June 2019 and sells official products related to Japanese anime, manga, games, music, and fashion through its website, the Tokyo Otaku Mode Shop.
Tokyo Otaku Mode Projects is a service aimed to connect Japanese companies with fans around the world by offering Japanese products, even outside of the otaku genre, and will continue offering various goods overseas and in Japan.

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© Kaiu Shirai & Posuka Demizu / Shueisha & The Promised Neverland Committee


Q: When will rewards be shipped out?

A: They are scheduled to be shipped starting in October 2019 after production is complete.

Q: What payment methods are there?

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Q: Are the rewards that ship to Japan and ship internationally different?

A: No. The rewards are the same. The only difference is the shipping cost.

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A: Rewards will be shipped by EMS.

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Q: Can I cancel any order?

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Q: What should I do if the package for my product arrived damaged?

A: The package is for protecting the actual product, and cannot be exchanged.


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