Delicious in Dungeon Senshi Knife and Kitchen Utensils Will Be Sold
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Buy Delicious in Dungeon Senshi Knife and Kitchen Utensils

Real kitchen utensils items based on Senshi from Delicious in Dungeon (or Dungeon Meshi) will be available as a collaboration with Japanese kitchenware manufacturer Muranokajiya (Village Blacksmith). The Delicious in Dungeon items include a cooking knife, pot, and frying pan, and pre-orders will open on June 11, 2024. [Thanks, Game Watch!]

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Senshi’s cooking knife costs 22,000 yen (or about $141.62,) while the double handled cooking pot costs 4,730 yen (~$30.45), and the frying pan will be available for 4,400 yen (~$28.33). The items were originally sold back in March 2024, and are now receiving a re-release. Muranokajiya also offers global shipping via the WorldShopping proxy service.

You can check out the Delicious in Dungeon knife, pot, and frying pan in more detail here:

Other utensils inspired by Delicious in Dungeon are available as well, including wooden plates with motifs featuring the main cast, chopsticks, wooden cutlery, a cutting board, and ladles, to name some.

As a reminder, a craft cola beverage based on the mandrake monster from Delicious in Dungeon was announced back in April 2024. While the cola was sold out shortly after its announcement, the beverage recently went back into stock and will be shipped in late June 2024. Additionally, plush toys based on the main characters as well as the walking mushrooms were announced back in February 2024.

The Delicious in Dungeon kitchen utensils based on Senshi’s own will be available for pre-order from June 11, 2024. The anime series is available to stream on Netflix, while the manga is licensed in the US by Yen Press.

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