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  • [FOOD] Touken Ranbu's Sword Boys inspire traditional Japanese sweet bean jellies

    Just like Kantai Collection, online PC browser game, Touken Ranbu has become a huge hit and gaining legions of screaming fangirls (and fanboys) all over the world. Even if it still does not have any anime adaptation, Touken Ranbu has already inspired various merchandise, which include Nendoroids and other figures among others.

    Now, Premium Bandai is going with the game’s traditional Japanese approach, with some Sword-boy inspired Japanese sweet bean jellies. In addition, they even come with some miniature jelly cutting swords of their own!


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    There are six Touken Ranbu jellies to choose from, and each one comes with a miniature sword replica of a Touken Ranbu character. Each jelly costs 5,980 yen and is scheduled for release on February 2016. These six special jellies are:

    Mikazuki Munechika

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    Kogitsunemaru

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    Ichigo Hitofuri

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    Shokudaikiri Mitsutada

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    Ookurikara

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    Tsurumaru Kuminaga

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    These traditional Japanese sweet bean jellies are sold separately and come in individual packs, together with their special miniature metal swords. Each jelly is traditionally made by Tsubame, which makes these traditional Japanese treats.

    Source: Comic Natalie


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