The new harem fantasy anime is simulcast on Crunchyroll
A Tokyo-based company Cybird has decided to collaborate with the winter 2021 TV anime The Hidden Dungeon Only I Can Enter in its vending machine business. From today, January 9, a wrapping vending machine that you can purchase original collaboration items, such as "The Harem Water Only I Can Drink" and acrylic trading keychains featuring its four main heroines, is set up in Akihabara, Tokyo.
The 800-yen (7.7 USD) "The Harem Water Only I Can Drink" is, actually, a 200ml plastic bottle of mineral water made from natural water containing vanadium from Mount Fuji, wrapped with each heroine's illustration. It also comes with a limited charm of the heroine. The character on the bottle and the one on the charm will be the same. Meanwhile, the price for the four-type acrylic trading keychains is 650 yen (6.25 USD).
You can find "The Hidden Dungeon Only I Can Enter" vending machine on the first floor of Kameya Building in Akihabara (117 Sakuma-cho, Kanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo) from January 9 to 31, 2021.
The TV anime adaptation of Meguru Seto's harem fantasy light novel series The Hidden Dungeon Only I Can Enter premiered in Japan last night and its first episode "Powerful Skill" is now available to Crunchyroll Premium members in North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Middle East, and CIS.
Source: Cybird press release
©Meguru Sato, KODANSHA/"The Hidden Dungeon Only I Can Enter" Production Committee