TASAKI Reveals New Collaboration with Tatsuki Fujimoto’s Chainsaw Man, Fire Punch & Nayuta of the Prophecy

chainsaw man tasaki jewelry collab PV fire punch feature image
© TASAKI & Co., Tatsuki Fujimoto

Luxury jewelry brand TASAKI revealed its second collaboration featuring the works of manga artist Tatsuki Fujimoto, centered on Chainsaw Man, Fire Punch, and the one-shot title Nayuta of the Prophecy. The collaboration celebrates TASAKI’s 70th anniversary since the brand was first established. 

A new collaboration PV trailer has been released, showcasing various panels from Fujimoto’s three featured works.

The collaboration consists of several high quality jewelry pieces with different colors and designs. They include the following items: 

  • chainsaw man tasaki pendant and ear cuff gold
  • chainsaw man tasaki pendant and ear cuff silver
  • chainsaw man tasaki power necklace
  • nayuta of the prophecy tasaki nayuta headpiece
  • nayuta of the prophecy tasaki nayuta pendant
  • nayuta of the prophecy tasaki nayuta ring
  • fire punch tasaki south sea pearl black butterfly pendant
  • fire punch tasaki akoya pearl pendant
  • • Chainsaw Man Pendant and Ear Cuff (one pair)
    • ○ Yellow Gold: 495,000 yen (US$3,197.34)
    • ○ Silver: 220,000 yen (US$1,433.96)
  • • Power Necklace: 385,000 yen (US$2,486.72)
  • • Nayuta Headpiece: 1,320,000 yen (US$8,526.25)
  • • Nayuta Pendant: 319,000 yen (US$2,060.51)
  • • Nayuta Ring: 418,000 yen (US$2,699.98) 
  • • Fire Punch Pendant: 220,000 yen (US$1,433.96)
    • ○ South Sea Pearl Black Butterfly
    • ○ Akoya Pearl

In addition, an art gallery featuring art from Chainsaw Man, Fire Punch, and Nayuta of Prophecy will be held in Shibuya, Tokyo from April 26, 2024 to May 12, 2024. More information about the gallery is available on the official event webpage

TASAKI previously collaborated with the Chainsaw Man manga on a line of jewelry items from July to September 2022. They were sold in several TASAKI’s pop-up shops at Tokyo’s TASAKI Ginza Main Store, Osaka’s Hankyu Umeda Main Store, Aichi’s TASAKI Matsuzakaya Nagoya Store, and Fukuoka’s Iwataya Main Store. 

Source: TASAKI Website, Shonen Jump Official YouTube Channel

William Moo is a freelance writer who has previously written for OTAQUEST and MANGA.TOKYO. He enjoys watching lots of anime every season and reading from time to time. You can follow him on Twitter @thewriterSITB.
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