Your Lie in April 5108 (Kotoba) Necklaces: Featuring Kosei Arima and Kaori Miyazono

by Tokyo Otaku Mode
Your Lie in April 5108 (Kotoba) Necklaces:  Featuring Kosei Arima and Kaori Miyazono
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Powerful emotions from “Your Lie in April”, the deeply moving boy-meets-girl series, are rekindled through a pair of unique accessories accompanied by display cards carrying momentous scenes and unforgettable lines.

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Your Lie in April 5108 (Kotoba) Necklace: Kosei Arima Model (For Delivery Within Japan)
Your Lie in April 5108 (Kotoba) Necklace: Kosei Arima Model (For Delivery Within Japan)
¥5,422
Material: Brass
Chain length: 38 cm / 15 in.
Piano charm width: 20 mm / 0.78 in.
Glasses charm width: 15 mm / 0.59 in.
Made in Japan
※Shipping fee and tax included in price.
Estimated Shipping Date
Jul. 2017
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Your Lie in April 5108 (Kotoba) Necklace: Kaori Miyazono Model (For Delivery Within Japan)
Your Lie in April 5108 (Kotoba) Necklace: Kaori Miyazono Model (For Delivery Within Japan)
¥5,422
¥5,422
Materials: Brass
Chain length: 38 cm / 15 in.
Violin charm height: 15 mm / 0.59 in.
Canelé charm width: 10 mm / 0.39 in.
Made in Japan
※Shipping fee and tax included in price.
Estimated Shipping Date
Jul. 2017
Reserve
Your Lie in April 5108 (Kotoba) Necklace: Kosei Arima Model (For Delivery Outside of Japan)
Your Lie in April 5108 (Kotoba) Necklace: Kosei Arima Model (For Delivery Outside of Japan)
¥5,822
Material: Brass
Chain length: 38 cm / 15 in.
Piano charm width: 20 mm / 0.78 in.
Glasses charm width: 15 mm / 0.59 in.
Made in Japan
※Shipping fee and tax included in price.
Estimated Shipping Date
Jul. 2017
Reserve
Your Lie in April 5108 (Kotoba) Necklace: Kaori Miyazono Model (For Delivery Outside of Japan)
Your Lie in April 5108 (Kotoba) Necklace: Kaori Miyazono Model (For Delivery Outside of Japan)
¥5,822
Materials: Brass
Chain length: 38 cm / 15 in.
Violin charm height: 15 mm / 0.59 in.
Canelé charm width: 10 mm / 0.39 in.
Made in Japan
※Shipping fee and tax included in price.
Estimated Shipping Date
Jul. 2017
Reserve
Your Lie in April 5108 (Kotoba) Necklace: Kosei & Kaori Couple’s Set (For Delivery Within Japan)
Your Lie in April 5108 (Kotoba) Necklace: Kosei & Kaori Couple’s Set (For Delivery Within Japan)
¥10,045
This set features both the Kosei Arima Model and also the Kaori Miyazono Model.
Save on shipping by reserving both necklaces together!
Estimated Shipping Date
Jul. 2017
Reserve
Your Lie in April 5108 (Kotoba) Necklace: Kosei & Kaori Couple’s Set (For Delivery Outside of Japan)
Your Lie in April 5108 (Kotoba) Necklace: Kosei & Kaori Couple’s Set (For Delivery Outside of Japan)
¥10,445
This set features both the Kosei Arima Model and also the Kaori Miyazono Model.
Save on shipping by reserving both necklaces together!
Estimated Shipping Date
Jul. 2017
Reserve

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Description

Serialization of “Your Lie in April” (also commonly referred to as “Kimiuso”) began in May 2011 in Kodansha’s “Monthly Shonen Magazine”. The youthful and romantic story reached its conclusion almost four years later in March 2015.

Following the death of his mother, piano prodigy Kosei Arima lost the ability to hear his own notes and became distanced from the world of classical music he once dominated. Days turned into weeks, weeks turned into months, but everything changed one day underneath trees of beautiful cherry blossoms. Kosei met the one he was destined to meet, and her name was Kaori Miyazono. Kaori’s creative and free-spirited violin performances brought life and color to Kosei’s closed heart, gradually leading him back towards the music he had left behind. The story of these junior high school students was accompanied by classical music and bittersweet romance. Their love story pulled on the heartstrings of many.

We wanted to present the power emotions behind the memorable scenes and lines to all “Kimiuso” fans through something new.

That is what led us to this Your Lie in April 5108 (Kotoba) Necklace Project. Through this project, we are offering a pair of necklaces based on Kosei Arima and Kaori Miyazono, with each model named after each character.

The display cards hold not only the necklaces but also prints of original frames containing remarkable scenes and lines from the manga. The words from each character give the necklaces even more meaning, making them a pair of brilliant and luxurious accessories that are perfect for fans of the manga.


Kosei Arima Model

Kosei’s piano and his signature glasses serve as the motifs for this model.
The accompanying display card shows the scene from chapter seventeen in the manga’s fifth volume, and also his line saying “I’LL PLAY FOR YOU”. Guided by Kaori, Kosei slowly makes his way back towards his piano and his music. Each of his colorful notes shows his growing emotions towards her.

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The display card is the same size as a postcard and can be framed as a decoration.
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Kaori Miyazono Model

Kaori’s model is based on her violin as well as her favorite French pastry, the canelé.
The accompanying display card shows the scene from chapter four in the manga’s first volume, and also her line towards Kosei saying “I’LL BE THERE”. Kaori’s determination and emotions behind her desire to bring Kosei back to the world of music rest within this model.

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The display card is the same size as a postcard and can be framed as a decoration.
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Each necklace is made of high-quality brass that is resistant to rust and the deterioration or malfunctions it may cause. The gold plate finish gives the necklaces a soft and beautiful shine.

As 5108 (Kotoba) is very particular about how its products are manufactured, it works only with reliable Japanese manufacturers in the processes of mold-making, casting, polishing, finishing, and inspecting. This is true for the chain, the charms, and all other components of its products, even the raw materials that are used. All processes are performed in Japan with great care and patience by skilled craftspeople.

The Your Lie in April 5108 (Kotoba) Necklaces are the first products available worldwide that make exclusive use of only the manga’s license.

Wear it as a personal accessory, give it to someone significant in your life, or frame it and have it on display. The result will be magnificent.

Let the Your Lie in April 5108 (Kotoba) Necklaces bring color and love into your life.
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About the Series and the Author

“Your Lie in April” (Shigatsu wa Kimi no uso)
The title was serialized in “Monthly Shonen Magazine” (Kodansha Ltd.) from May 2011 to March 2015. In 2013, it was chosen as the Best Shonen Manga at the Kodansha Manga Award. The manga has eleven volumes and has sold over four million copies.
The title’s anime series aired from September 2014 and ended after 22 episodes in March 2015 when the manga reached its conclusion. The series also has a live-action movie starring Suzu Hirose and Kento Yamazaki that premiered in September 2016.
https://twitter.com/shigatsuhakimi
http://kc.kodansha.co.jp/title?code=1000005660
http://kodanshacomics.com/

Author Naoshi Arakawa
Arakawa made his manga series debut in 2007 in “Monthly Shonen Magazine” with his interpretation of “Tsumetai Kousha no Toki wa Todomaru”. His manga was based on Mizuki Tsujimura’s original novel that won the Mephisto Prize. From May 2011 until March 2015, Arakawa’s “Your Lie in April” was serialized in the same publication. His newest series titled “Farewell, My Dear Cramer” is about soccer in an all-girls high school, and is an ongoing series that started in “Monthly Shonen Magazine” from June 2016.

In July 2016, Arakawa was invited as a guest to Anime Expo in Los Angeles, which is the largest Japanese anime event in the United States. During his signing session, Arakawa was greeted by endless lines of fans waiting for his autograph. Based on his popularity at the event, it can certainly be said that “Your Lie in April” has surpassed borders and gained the appreciation of many, many fans outside Japan.


About the Manufacturer

5108 (Kotoba)
This manufacturer produces and distributes original accessories from their “5108” brand. As 5108 (Kotoba) is very particular about how its products are manufactured, it works only with reliable Japanese manufacturers in the processes of mold-making, casting, polishing, finishing, and inspecting. This is true for the chain, the charms, and all other components of its products, even the raw materials that are used. All processes are performed in Japan with great care and patience by skilled craftspeople. While many other brands make accessories by outsourcing for cheap and speedy production, 5018 (Kotoba) takes pride in working only with reliable and experienced partners. This has allowed them to offer products made with safe materials with consistently high quality at a reasonable price. 5018 (Kotoba) has also worked on numerous other anime accessory collaboration projects in the past.
http://5108.co.jp/


FAQ

Q: Where will rewards be shipped from?
A: Rewards will be shipped directly from Tokyo Otaku Mode in Japan.

Q: When will rewards be shipped out?
A: Rewards are scheduled to be shipped out in July 2017.

Q: I noticed that all prices are displayed in Japanese Yen. If I am paying with foreign currency, how will exchange rates affect my payment?
A: Rates may differ between credit card companies. Please contact your credit card company for further information.

Q: My skin is sensitive to metal. Can I wear the necklace?
A: Although the necklaces are gold plated, we recommend contacting your dermatologist before reserving if you are allergic to metal alloys. If you experience any irritation after wearing the necklace, please discontinue use and consult your physician.

Q: When will I be charged?
A: You will be charged immediately upon backing the project.

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