Demon Slayer Teams up With Lawson for Food and Goods

Koyoharu Gotōge’s popular Demon Slayer series is collaborating with Japanese convenience store franchise chain Lawson for a lineup of limited-time food, snacks, and goods. The collaboration began on October 12.

The event will feature the following goods at Lawson stores nationwide:

Tirol chocolate for 38 yen (US$0.34) each.

Chocolate bar ice cream for 98 yen (US$0.87) each.

Onigiri for 150 yen (US$1.32) each.

Pizza sauce and cheese sandwich for 150 yen (US$1.32) each.

Mixed melon smoothie for 198 yen (US$1.75) each.

Karaage kun fish eggs and mayonnaise flavor for 240 yen (US$2.12) each.

Caramel eclair for 180 yen (US$1.59) each.

Mug and mandarin jelly for 678 yen (US$5.98) each.

Onion tomato soup for 235 yen (US$2.07). This item will go on sale from October 19.

Original multifiles for customers who purchase three of the campaign’s sweet products. The original multifiles are limited and are on a first-come-first-served basis.

Original stickers for customers who purchase two of the campaign’s instant noodles or soup products. The stickers are limited and are on a first-come-first-served basis.

Original stickers for customers who purchase two of the campaign’s beverages.

Can badges for 440 yen (US$3.88) each.

Social media-style cards for 440 yen (US$3.88) each.

Hologram can badges for 605 yen (US$5.34) each.

Acrylic keychains for 660 yen (US$5.83) each.

A4 clear file set of two for 770 yen (US$6.80) each.

For Ponta and dPOINT members who present their point card will receive stamps. They will also be entered into a lottery draw for a chance to win a set of three original cushions (200 winners), a tableware set (300 winners), or an original Demon Slayer-themed QUO card (1000 winners) worth 1,000 yen (US$8.83).


Source: Demon Slayer x Lawson, Famitsu

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