Monster Hunter collaboration campaigns at Sushiro
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Monster Hunter Sushiro Campaign Will Feature Many Prizes

Sushiro has revealed that it will run a massive collaboration campaign featuring Monster Hunter. The Japanese sushi restaurant chain will offer special meals and prize items inspired by Capcom’s popular game series from March 27, 2024.

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Once the campaign period has begun, Sushiro will offer three special meals on its dine-in menu while stocks last. The special sushi meals will represent carved meat and bonfires. The restaurant chain will also offer a boned chicken to symbolize Well-Done Meat in the games.

Each serving of this menu will come with a random decoration based on the series’ 14 main weapon types. Sushiro will also hand out a sticker featuring key visuals from one of the mainline Monster Hunter entries including the expansions (such as G/Ultimate, Iceborne for World, and Sunbreak for Rise) or the mobile game Monster Hunter Now.

The Monster Hunter Now stickers will contain a serial code that lets the mobile game players get a free Potion. Meanwhile, stickers with key visuals from the mainline console entries will feature a lottery where 100 lucky people can win a 1.8m (5’10.87″) long Frozen Speartuna backpack.

In addition to the above, Sushiro will also hold a Challenge Quest for people to stack consumed sushi plates. Those who stack 20 plates during a session can enter a raffle to win ten dine-in vouchers worth 500 yen each. People who go miles further and make five 20-plate stacks for a total of 100 will enter a bigger raffle where 20 lucky people can win twenty vouchers and a special T-shirt.

The Monster Hunter collaboration campaign will run at Sushiro dine-in branches across Japan from March 27, 2024, to April 21, 2024.

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