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Demon Slayer Tissue Box Will Look Like Nezuko’s Box

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A Crecia collaboration with Demon Slayer is on the way, and one of the prizes in its giveaway is a tissue box that looks like Nezuko’s box. This is the second collaboration campaign between Demon Slayer and Crecia. It will start on February 21 and end on March 31, 2022. Winners will receive their prizes in May 2022. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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A total of a hundred people will be able to obtain the Demon Slayer tissue box.  According to the image, the box can fit six packs of tissue inside. You can store five of them on the bottom shelf, while the top one is where you actually take tissue paper from. An image of Nezuko is on the back of the tissue box. In addition, there are straps on the back so you can carry it around.

Those who do not manage to get the Nezuko tissue box can have a second chance at obtaining a prize from the lottery. A total of 900 people can get one of five variations of reusable shopping bags. The bags can fit inside cases that either look like a Nichirin Sword or Nezuko’s bamboo gag. You can get reusable bags of Tanjiro, Nezuko, Zenitsu, Inosuke, and Shinobu.

You will need to purchase at least 500 JPY worth of eligible products and keep the receipt to participate in the contest. Then you send the receipt to Crecia via its Twitter DMs or as a physical letter. The full list of eligible items is available, but it mostly comprises of cleaning products such as tissues and wet wipes.

The Crecia and Demon Slayer collaboration campaign will run from February 21 until March 31, 2022. Demon Slayer is readily available on streaming websites such as Crunchyroll and Funimation.

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