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Behold, Official Castle in the Sky Sunglasses

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Castle in the Sky themed sunglasses are going on sale in Japan. Muska’s tinted lenses are getting real-world recreations and Pazu’s goggles are also being reworked as glasses.

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The Muska sunglasses are 27,500 yen ($250), while the Pazu ones, described as “goggle-shaped glasses frames,” are 32,000 yen ($290).

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Illustration for article titled Behold, Official iCastle in the Sky/i Sunglasses
Image: Tokyo Giga

Both are made in Japan and will be out this fall with pre-orders underway. No word about an international release.

Originally from Texas, Ashcraft has called Osaka home since 2001. He has authored six books, including most recently, The Japanese Sake Bible.

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ApocalypticBoredom

“You too can look like bigtime asshole Muska!”