Demon Slayer Pizza-La Collaboration in Japan Will Have Exclusive Merch

Demon Slayer pizza Pizza-La Japan

Japanese restaurant chain Pizza-La will have a Demon Slayer promotional campaign soon. The news comes from the upcoming issue of Weekly Shonen Jump. Restaurants will offer two special combination items on their menu that will each come with exclusive goodies. All Pizza-La restaurants across Japan will begin the advertisement starting June 17, 2021. [Thanks, Game Watch Impress!]

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The main item that the restaurant chain will start selling is the Demon Slayer Pizza Pack. It will come with a unique pizza box with a Sugoroku puzzle design (Sugoroku is a board game somewhat similar to Shoots and Ladders). Additionally, the pack will also include one exclusive acrylic figure of a character. Unfortunately, fans will not be able to choose which character they will receive. The pizza pack will cost 2,980 yen (including tax).

The second item on Pizza-La’s menu will be the Demon Slayer Basket. This will be a combination of two sides: chicken nuggets and french fries. It will also come with special packaging that will have some sort of quiz in its design. Additionally, the basket will include three exclusive character stickers. The Demon Slayer Basket will cost 980 yen (including tax).

Weekly Shonen Jump also states that there will be new art depicting five characters for the event. Tanjiro Kamado, Nezuko Kamado, Zen’itsu Agatsuma, Inosuke Hashibira, and Shinobu Kocho will all be part of the special occasion. The characters will be holding Pizza-La pizzas while wearing workers’ aprons and headbands.

The Demon Slayer Pizza-La collaboration begins on June 17, 2021 at restaurants across Japan. The special merch will only be available while supplies last.

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