Each case is handmade and is described to serve as trendy link between the obsession over Japanese cuisine and technology.
Developers say the case’s name is a comical nod to post-apocalyptic tales such as “Revolution” and “The Walking Dead.” Japanese culture has gone even further to embrace this pop culture trend through zombie-themed restaurants.
It appears the protective case is a hot item this holiday season with the distributors’ website claiming they were sold out on Thursday.
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