Demon Slayer Valentine’s Day Cakes and Macarons Pre-orders Open in Japan

Demon Slayer Valentine's Day

You might not always think about getting a cake for Valentine’s Day, but what if they were Demon Slayer cakes? How about some Demon Slayer macarons to celebrate the day of love? Custom pastries company Priroll Bakery will offer limited Valentine’s Day Demon Slayer sweets in February 2021 in Japan. [Thanks, Dengeki.]

Demon Slayer Valentine's Day Cakes

There will be a total of 33 different Valentine’s Day exclusive cakes to choose from. Characters that could appear on them include Tanjiro, Nezuko, Zenitsu, Inosuke, and all of the Hashiras from the Demon Slayer Corps. You could even get a cake that has the demon Muzan Kibutsuji on it.

The cakes will come in a total of four options. There’s whipped cream with peaches and choco cream with peaches, or whipped cream with strawberries and choco cream with strawberries. Priroll will offer the cakes in its “Whole Cake #5 Size,” which will be approximately 15cm round and 7cm tall. The Demon Slayer Valentine’s Day cakes cost 4,500 yen (~$43) each.

Macaron flavors

The macarons come in options of three sets featuring different characters. Each set comes with six macarons. The possible flavors include strawberry, orange, pistachio, and chocolate. The Demon Slayer Valentine’s Day macarons go for 2,200 yen (~$21) for a set of six.

The Demon Slayer sweets are now available to order on the official website in Japan. Priroll will ship frozen Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba desserts via Yamato Transport’s Cool TA-Q Bin delivery service. The custom cake shop also sold Persona 5-themed Christmas cakes for the past two years.

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