©Nine Wells Repentance・KADOKAWA Magazine Has a fanaticism in fantasy food programs followers because of its emphasis on creating delicious meals out of exotic monsters. It’s not one-for-one, but now there are stores in the real world that offer something close to the mouth-watering meals in the comics.
From Wednesday, 21 stores in Shibuya, Tokyo will offer Meal – one dish in one restaurant. Individual shops are located in Shibuya Scramble Square , Shibuya Hikarie, the Shibuya Stream and Shibuya Tokyu Plaza .
Enjoy favorites such as Red Dragon Meal, Stone Baked Chicken Snake and Egg Ankake, and Big Scorpion and Mushroom Fondue. With each purchase, you’ll get a recipe card corresponding to the dish so you can make them at home using non-fantasy ingredients. The back of the card features an original illustration by manga creator Ryōko Kui. There are four illustrations to collect for each main area; when you combine the illustrations, they form a complete picture. The first 320 to present all four illustrations will be awarded a special frame to hang them.
You can also enter a sweepstakes with the purchase of 1 or more to win prizes like restaurant coupons or a complete physical comic book, Yen (approximately $7) or more at participating stores.
Note that if you want to try everything, you must get in early during the promotional period. Most stores only offer a fixed number of daily meals at certain times. Check the event website for participating stores and their hours of operation. The campaign will continue until March .
If you are not in Japan but still interested in trying Cuisine, each comic also contains recipes for the featured dishes. Yen Press licensed the English version of the manga. This series is also animated by Studio Trigger.
Source: Event website from Otakomu108249
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