Demon Slayer Goes Sweet in New Collaboration with Sweets Paradise Dessert Chain in Japan

New visual shows Nezuko with dangos alongside the rest of the demon-slaying crew!

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba x Sweets Paradise

 

It’s a sweet time to be a fan of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba with all these pop-up cafes and collaborations happening for the series. In a tweet from the official account, it was announced that Sweets Paradise – known for its delicious deserts – is collaborating with the series to bring Demon Slayer sweets in Kimetsu Cafe to 14 locations across Japan from January 21. The demon-slaying crew has been pumped full of sugar in new illustrations for the collaboration.

 

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba x Sweets Paradise

 

The dates for all 14 locations of Kimestu Cafe differ, here’s the full list of locations and start dates:

 

  • Sweets Paradise Ikebukuro, from January 21 to March 15
  • Sweets Paradise Umeda, from January 21 to March 15
  • Sweets Paradise Nagoya Spiral Towers, from January 21 to February 14
  • Sweets Paradise Ueno ABAB, from January 21 to February 16
  • Sweets Paradise Shijo Kawaramachi, from January 21 to February 16
  • Sweets Paradise LaLaport Tokyo Bay, from January 21 to February 24
  • Sweets Paradise LaLaport Fujimi, from January 21 to February 24
  • Sweets Paradise Kawasaki Dice, from February 17 to March 15
  • Sweets Paradise Machida Modi, from February 17 to March 15
  • Sweets Paradise Sendai PARCO, from February 17 to March 15
  • Sweets Paradise Fukuoka PARCO, from February 17 to March 15
  • Sweets Paradise Clefy Sannomiya, from February 17 to March 15
  • Sweets Paradise Hiroshima PARCO, from February 17 to March 15
  • Sweets Paradise Cake Shop Yodobashi Akiba, from February 17 to March 15

 

While the others have restaurant areas, the Sweets Paradise Cake Shop Yodobashi Akiba is a takeout only store hidden away in an ally under the Akihabara Yodobashi.

 

The menu and collaboration items will be announced at a later time, but we’re sure they’ll be tasty!

 

You can chow down on Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba on Crunchyroll!

 

Source: Demon Slayer on Twitter

 

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Daryl Harding is a Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs the YouTube channel about Japan stuff called TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza and posts photos of his travels on Instagram.

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