Sword Art Online
Sword Art Online
Tokyo Otaku Mode

Sword Art Online Kv
SAO meets traditional Japanese craft
In honor of Sword Art Online The Movie: Ordinal Scale, collaborative items inspired by Japan’s traditional arts have been released.
This collaboration is called Sword Art Traditional, and each item is handcrafted by talented artisans.

Edo Kiriko - A glass manufacturer established in Odenma-cho in Edo in 1834.

Kyo Kuromontsuki - The kyo kuromontsuki technique was first established in 17th century Japan, and was loved by the warrior class of the Edo era, and it was also used for male ceremonial clothing during the Meiji era.

Kishu Lacquer - Kishu lacquer is a classic technique of the Wakayama prefecture, and is still popular and used in a variety of ways nowadays.

Enjoy many items great for everyday use, like a cup and saucer made using Kagoshima’s Satsuma porcelain and a Takaoka copperware paper knife from Toyama prefecture, or a collaborative folding fan made by Kyosendo of Kyoto! One thing's for sure though - everything is top-notch quality and combines the two things we love most, Japanese culture and anime.

See the merchandise: https://otakumode.com/shop/pickup/sword_art_traditional