This Valentine’s Day, anime studio ufotable and Japanese jewelry brand Q-pot. will team up for some sweet and unique Demon Slayer merchandise!
The world of Demon Slayer manifests into real life through beautiful artistic Japanese sweets known as wagashi. The collaboration goods will be released by Aniplex and Q-pot. starting February 14, 2021 in Japan.
The scent of blooming wisteria.
For peace of mind, at that place, you got those sweets
That above all, are so delicious
That above all, are so delicious
A place everyone visits to be healed
Take a break at Q-pot.
Please stop bye and give it a try
The illustration of this collaboration features the main characters of Demon Slayer dressed in Taisho era attire. Each character is wearing their matching Q-pot. sweets accessory!
Each piece is made in Japan by trained craftsmen using delicate techniques cultivated over many years of experience. The collaboration will be divided into 2 rounds.
First Round Collaboration Goods
Ordering period: February 14-March 14, 2021 JST
Destroy All Evil Demons Chocolate Necklace and Earrings
During the Taisho period, there was a period of cultural instability as Western culture started trickling into Japan. This is when “koyokoreito” (chocolate) came to Japan and it’s been loved ever since. The chocolate piece features an engraving of the phrase “Destroy All Evil Demons,” as seen on the blades of the Hashira. Wear these accessories like a protective talisman.
Price (necklace): 14,300 yen
Price (pierced earring): 7,700 yen
Wagashi Bag Charm
The characters of Demon Slayer are reborn as delicate Japanese sweets such as dorayaki, nerikiri, monaka, and yokan. Q-pot. designed the charms with the characters’ costumes, relationships, and backstories in mind. In total, there are 8 designs:
- Tanjiro Kamado Dorayaki Bag Charm
- Nezuko Kamado Dorayaki Bag Charm
- Zenitsu Agatsuma Nerikiri Bag Charm
- Inosuke Hashibira Monaka Bag Charm
- Shinobu Kocho Nerikiri Bag Charm
- Kanao Tsuyuri Yokan Bag Charm
- Giyu Tomioka Mizu Yokan Bag Charm
- Kyojuro Rengoku Nerikiri Bag Charm
Price: 8,580 yen each
Kiribako Accessories Case
The assortment of accessories will look delicious in this luxurious paulownia box (Japanese: kiribako). It’ll keep your precious collection beautiful forever. It holds up to 4 accessories.
Price: 2,750 yen
Destroy All Evil Demons Amulet
This amulet has the Demon Slayer collaboration’s logo printed on Q-pot.’s signature melting chocolate design. Wear it and you’ll find the strength within yourself to slay demons. It makes a nice gift for your loved ones and friends.
Price: 1,200 yen
Character Can Badges
An assortment of can badges featuring illustrations of the characters with their respective bag charm design. Can badges distributed randomly.
Price: 500 yen each
Character Acrylic Standees
Acrylic standees featuring illustrations of the characters with their respective bag charm design.
Price: 1,400 yen each
Character Clear Files
Clear files featuring illustrations of the characters with their respective bag charm design.
Price: 500 yen each
Ordering period: March 27-April 30, 2021 JST
Trick Ghost Necklace
Q-pot.’s popular gluttonous ghost character dressed as the Demon Slayer main characters. They’re all playful and unique necklaces that don the characters’ hairstyles, facial expressions, and meaningful items hidden within the ghosts’ stomach. So, when combined with the matching Nichirin Blade Charms (below), your Demon Slayer power level will maximize.
Price: 25,300 yen each
Nichirin Blade Charm
The matching charms for the gluttonous ghost necklaces (above). Each sword’s blade shape, color, brim, and overall design match important details of the respective character. Note, that only the Hashira’s swords have engravings and that Nezuko’s charm is her wooden box, not a sword. The craftsmen condensed the artistry of Japanese swords into these intricate accessories.
Price: 6,600 yen
Ghost Rubber Strap
Rubber straps of Q-pot.’s popular gluttonous ghost character dressed as the Demon Slayer main characters. The ghost dons the characters’ hairstyles, facial expressions, and meaningful items hidden within the ghosts’ stomach.
Price: 800 yen
Ghost Bean Plate
Printed bean plates of Q-pot.’s popular gluttonous ghost character dressed as the Demon Slayer main characters. The ghost dons the characters’ hairstyles, facial expressions, and meaningful items hidden within the ghosts’ stomach.
Price: 1,000 yen
Where to Buy
- Aniplex +
- Q-pot directly managed shops
- Q-pot. ONLINE SHOP (Japan only)
- Q-pot. INTERNATIONAL ONLINE SHOP
The collaboration goods will be displayed at the Q-pot.’s Omotesando shop before the release date starting February 6 into early March 2021. Fans can see and try on the accessories in advance. However, the items will not be available for purchase at the Q-pot. CAFE.
Q-pot. is an accessories brand created by designer Tadaaki Wakamatsu. The brand creates unique “positive accessories” using motifs such as chocolate, macarons, and biscuits which have become very popular leading to collaborations in many collaborations in various industries around the world. In 2012, the brand opened its own cafe, named Q-pot. CAFE, in Ometasando, Tokyo where guests can eat real desserts modeled after the accessories. In addition, Q-pot. actively participates in donation activities in order to expand the “chain of smiles” around the world.
- Official Website
- Twitter (Japanese)
- Facebook (Japanese)
- Instagram (Japanese)
- Twitter (English)
- Facebook (English)
- Instagram (English)
About Demon Slayer
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba is a top-selling shounen anime and manga that’s gained massive popularity over the last few years. Set in the Taisho era in Japan, protagonist Tanjiro finds his family slaughtered by a demon. The only survivor is his younger sister Nezuko, but she’s been transformed into a demon herself. Tanjiro becomes a ‘”demon slayer” in order to avenge his family and find the cure for his sister.
Demon Slayer is streaming on Netflix, Crunchyroll, Adult Swim, Hulu, and Funimation. Fans await the new movie, Demon Slayer The Movie: Mugen Train, which is scheduled to be released in America and Canada later this year.
Follow Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba
- Official Website (Japanese)
- Official Website (English)
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba © Koyoharu Gotouge／Shueisha・Aniplex・ufotable
Q-pot. © Gramme Co.
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