As one of last year's hit anime releases, The Promised Neverland is continuing to gain fans both in Japan and overseas. Now the series is having a collaboration with Sony on some awesome limited edition items for super fans of the animation and manga. Two electronics products are being released to commemorate the second season of the anime which began airing earlier this year.

The first is a Sony Walkman digital music player and the model is a NW-A55, costing 23,000 yen plus tax. The design, which has been created just for the collaboration, features the anime's ominous gate, along with a large keyhole, and the three main characters are underneath. The name of the children’s mysterious abode, Grace Field House, is also written at the bottom.

The wireless earphones also have their own motif on the case’s front inspired by Mujika’s amulet. The back has the name of the anime written in English, ‘The Promised Neverland’. The model is WF-H800 and they can be bagged for 19,000 yen (plus tax).

Both of the items come in original packaging featuring images created by the series’ artists just for this collaboration.

The products come with a mini calendar, featuring even more of the commissioned illustrations.

Fans of The Promised Neverland can currently preorder these special collaboration items on Sony Japan’s online store until 2nd September 2021.

By - Jess.