Super Danganronpa 2 x Sanrio Merchandise
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New Danganronpa 2 Sanrio Collaboration Theme Is Kawaii Parade

Spike Chunsoft and Sanrio are collaborating once again to produce a new line of Danganronpa 2 merchandise. This time, you can order them on the Sanrio anime store online via online lottery. One lottery ticket will cost 880 yen ($5.95). Tickets will be available until October 3, 2023. The goods are scheduled to ship out for delivery around mid-November 2023.

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The characters from Danganronpa 2 are paired with the same Sanrio mascots they were for the last Danganronpa x Sanrio collaboration. However, this time, the theme is “Kawaii Parade.” All of them are pictured marching together in a pastel colors while holding colorful balloons.

As is standard for Japanese lotteries, there will be five tiers of items you can win: S, A, B, C, and D. The S prize is a “royal blanket” that has all of the characters printed on it. The A prize is a mug cup. There are two varieties. Prize B is an acrylic figure plate featuring one of 16 possible designs. The plate allows you to mix and match different acrylic parts to create an acrylic stand. If you win prize C, you’ll get any one of 16 possible acrylic keychains. Prize D will be any one of 16 holographic can badges. If you order 100 lottery tickets, you’ll receive an S prize, guaranteed. In addition, customers will receive a collaboration postcard as a purchase bonus.

You can view the new Danganronpa 2 x Sanrio Kawaii Parade merchandise in the gallery below:

You can also purchase merchandise from the previous Danganronpa x Sanrio collaboration on the Sanrio online anime store.

The new Super Danganronpa 2 x Sanrio merchandise is available via online lottery on the Sanrio anime online store. You can order them until October 3, 2023, and they will be shipped around mid-November 2023. Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair is available on the PS Vita, PS4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch, and Android and iOS devices worldwide. It also appeared on the PSP in Japan.

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Staff writer, content creator, artist - all of these are titles held by Lauren Palmer. But, she would just tell you she's someone with a passion for fashion. Has been seen raving about Japanese video games - specifically ones from Atlus and Spike Chunsoft. Will not shut up about anime.